Hoboken St. Patrick’s Day 2015

Reminder: Hoboken St. Patrick’s Day this weekend

Hey we get it – some of you don’t enjoy the “party-like” atmosphere in Hoboken during a mass drinking celebrations – whether it’s New Year’s Eve, the Super Bowl or this Saturday’s Hoboken St. Patrick’s Day (which you can register for online here HobokenStPatricksDay.com).

However – let this be a reminder that we should allow capitalism to prevail – and let the market decide if this type of event succeeds or fails. Otherwise you’ll find yourself in a totalitarian situation that you can’t escape.

Plus – who doesn’t love piggy girls in Uggs eating pizza on a filthy curb next to some port-o-john’s?

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Hoboken St. Patrick’s Day 2015 – March 7th

St. Patrick’s Day is a special holiday all over this great country – but for one specific community in New Jersey, it means so much more. You guessed it, right here in Hoboken!

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The first Saturday of every March is the time of the year we all relish for. The weather starts warming up, the sunshine is out, and the green is in full force.

This year, Saturday March 7th, is going to be a wonderful day for the Hoboken community. In year’s past, we’ve have thousands of party goers hit the streets of Hoboken scouring the best bars this beautiful city has the offer. If you’ve ever been in Hoboken for this special event, then you know what we’re talking about. It’s the phenomena that no one quite understands except for us Hobokenites.

HobokenStPatricksDay.com – Celebration HQ

HobokenStPatricksDay.com is the official home for the 2015 St Patrick’s Day Hoboken Celebration event, some may also refer to it as “Leprecon.”

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Whatever you want to call it, it’s the one day in Hoboken where the community rejoices and shows off green pride all day and night. The city’s top rated bars such as Teak on the Hudson, Mills Tavern, Reign, Biggie’s, Tally Ho, Hoboken Bar & Grill, and more – have joined together and are supporting the community push with HobokenStPatricksDay.com.

The “All Access Pass” package is the only way you’ll truly experience all of what Hoboken has to offer. Gain reduced admission to all of the 20+ participating venues and enjoy the best party crowd in the tri-state area.

The full list of participating venues will be listed shortly!

SPECIAL FREE TICKETS OFFER!

Hoboken411 has secured 100 FREE tickets for the first readers to take advantage!

Simply log onto URedeem.com and use coupon code HOB411MAR7 and within seconds you’ll be emailed your FREE “All Access Pass.” Hurry up before these tickets sell out!

We’d also like to bring attention to “copy cat” organizers who try to take advantage of this special day in our community. BUYER BEWARE! As March get’s closer, there are some who may try to mimic this event and organize a phony gimmick.

To support the Hoboken community and join the official St Patrick’s Day Celebration movement, add the official producers on Facebook, visit HobokenStPatricksDay.com or call (201) 630-0111.

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5 Comments on "Hoboken St. Patrick’s Day 2015"

wfs4
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wfs4

Hoboken St Pats day – is the one time of year all the stupid & ugly people can get laid.

So if you’re stupid & ugly – come on down to Hoboken on the 7th.

If you’re only stupid or ugly – then any Friday night in Hoboken will do.

sassy lassie
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sassy lassie

I hope that people come out for St. Patrick’s Day more and more each year again. I wish it success and never had any problem with the revelry. Yes, it makes for a messy clean-up and there is some debauchery. Big deal. Hurricane Sandy took weeks and weeks to mop up the mess of oil and sludge, and people are still hellbent on living right on the Hudson River. By comparison, what’s really the problem with hosing down vomit from the sidewalk, picking up some trash, and letting the City have it’s big party? I never saw St. Patrick’s as a mark on Hoboken’s “good name” at all — if anything, it’s location underwater and kindergarten politics is what brings almost all of its bad press.

xxrjxx
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xxrjxx

Says the person who doesn’t have to ‘hose down vomit’ and ‘pick up trash’ (presumably this includes the glass from bottles, windows, and broken planters and other damage)…

Not sure whether the post was being sarcastic or not.[quote comment=”224415″]I hope that people come out for St. Patrick’s Day more and more each year again. I wish it success and never had any problem with the revelry. Yes, it makes for a messy clean-up and there is some debauchery. Big deal. Hurricane Sandy took weeks and weeks to mop up the mess of oil and sludge, and people are still hellbent on living right on the Hudson River. By comparison, what’s really the problem with hosing down vomit from the sidewalk, picking up some trash, and letting the City have it’s big party? I never saw St. Patrick’s as a mark on Hoboken’s “good name” at all — if anything, it’s location underwater and kindergarten politics is what brings almost all of its bad press.[/quote]

xxrjxx
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xxrjxx

Absolutely, let the free market decide, provided it’s accompanied by ‘guard rails’ along the lines of the $2000 fines imposed. Full information to ‘market participants’ so they can make an informed decision about the consequences of their actions, which typically include vandalism; public urination; throwing bottles off rooftops; and a host of other generally inconsiderate activities (to put it mildly).

trueblue11
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trueblue11

I miss the muffin-top girl photo…..:(

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