FREE pint of Guiness and LIVE Irish music at the Guinness Irish 5k post race party for all participants 21 and older which will be held at Murphy's Law Irish Pub located at 2 George Street, Pawtucket RI. Also the St. Pat's 5k will be offering a FREE pint of Guinness to all participants 21 and older at the Guinness St Pat's 5k post race party at Patrick's Pub which is located at 381 Smith St, Providence, RI 02908. Pat's Pub will also have a live Irish band. The annual Providence St. Patrick's Parade starting at noon will pass Pat's Pub. And finally participants 21 and older in the Guinness Shamrock Shuffle 5k will also receive a free pint. The Guinness Shamrock Shuffle 5k post race party will be held at The Trap which is located at 195 Old Forge Rd, East Greenwich, RI 02818. You will need to have your race number for the FREE pint offers.
Run any one, two or all all three 5k's and complete the Tour de Patrick.
The Guinness Tour De Patrick is a 3 part 5K race series in Rhode Island over the month of March where runners and walkers can run/walk and accumulate their times and score in the overall Tour De Patrick in addition to scoring at each individual race. Walkers are welcome. Note: Gun time will be used at all races for individual awards and also used to accumulate overall Guinness Tour de Patrick times. Chip time is shown to give each participant their individual time. So if you are a contender to win an award you should line up at the front at the starting line of each 5k. All tour entrants must enter all three races before the first race in the Tour de Patrick.
Participants can elect to register for one, two or all three races in the 2023 Guinness Tour De Patrick 5K race series.
The first race the Guinness Irish 5k will be held in Pawtucket, RI on March 4, 2023 and then the Guinness Tour de Patrick moves to Providence for the Guinness St Pat's 5k on March 18, 2023. The final race, the Guinness Shamrock Shuffle 5k will conclude on Sunday, March 26, 2023 in North Kingstown RI. The Pawtucket and Providence 5k events are staged before the local cities annual St Patrick's Day parade and utilizes the parade route which is usually well supported with cheering spectators.