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Fountain Hills St. Patrick's Festival

12925 North Saguaro Boulevard, Fountain Hills

Fountain Hills St. Patrick's Festival for Two or Four at Fountain Park on Sunday, March 13 (50% Off)

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Highlights

Gather around the fourth tallest fountain in the country as it spurts green geysers at 1pm; Celtic tunes, libations, and cuisine

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Monicatop reviewer
9 ratings9 reviews
March 18, 2016
Fun! Will return, especially for Zippy the Professional Balloon Artist! The music was awesome as well!
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Sandeep
5 ratings1 reviews
March 17, 2016
There was a very small area for drinks and a big line. Wasn't worth going there. Parking was hard to find. We just stayed out and did not use groupon at all.
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Jenny
2 ratings1 reviews
March 16, 2016
Most definatly
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Keith
1 ratings1 reviews
March 16, 2016
Got there for when it opened and which was smart it did get very busy, but it was really fun the food was great!
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Cindy
4 ratings4 reviews
March 15, 2016
Great on everything except they didn't have enough to food options & they ran out of what they had. Luckily they are restaurants in the area.
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Tomtop reviewer
32 ratings19 reviews
March 15, 2016
We liked the beer and the music by Traveller, celtic rock band.
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Dianna
12 ratings4 reviews
March 15, 2016
The food and drinks were very expensive. So take your own water and snacks.
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Marina
7 ratings4 reviews
March 15, 2016
Had a great time!
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About This Deal

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  • $5 for Fountain Hills St. Patrick’s Festival admission for two ($10 value)
  • $10 for Fountain Hills St. Patrick’s Festival admission for four ($20 value)

Fountain Hills St. Pat’s at the Fountain

On Sunday, March 13 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Fountain Park, which boasts the fourth tallest fountain in the nation transforms into the Emerald Isle for Fountain Hills St. Patrick’s Festival. Check out this guide to learn more about the family-friendly celebration of Irish tradition.

  • The Sight to Behold: At 1 p.m., the famed fountain of Fountain Hills sprouts geysers of green that reach up to 562 feet high and continue their awe-inspiring spurts every hour on the hour until 6 p.m.
  • The Music: Dance a jig to the tunes of Traveler, a world music act that fuses classic Celtic melodies with rock.
  • The Libations: Sip Irish beers, served cold, frothy, and green.
  • The Food: Munch on traditional Irish corned beef and cabbage, along with hamburgers and hot dogs—all of which are decidedly not green.
  • Kids’ Activities: Wee ones enjoy jaunts in a bouncy house and treks up a rock-climbing wall, plus face painting, balloon animals, and a basketball hoops contest
  • The Special Guest: Festival-goers can meet former NBA star and Phoenix Suns’ ambassador Steven Hunter, who would have an unfair advantage in the kids’ basketball hoops contest.
  • What to Wear: Green! The wearer of the best Irish costume wins a prize.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Mar 14, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Kids 12 and under are free. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Fountain Hills St. Pat's at the Fountain

For Fountain Hills St. Patrick's Day, the land that boasts the 4th tallest fountain in the nation transforms into the Emerald Isle for a splendid, family-friendly celebration of Irish tradition. Here's a handy guide to what to expect from this festive festival.

  • The Sight to Behold: At 1 p.m., the famed fountain of Fountain Hills sprouts geysers of green that reach up to 562 feet in the air, and continue their awe-inspiring spurts every hour on the hour until 6 p.m.
  • The Music: Dance a jig to the tunes of Traveler, a world music act that fuses classic Celtic melodies with rock
  • The Libations: Irish beers, served cold, frothy, and green
  • The Food: Traditional Irish corned beef and cabbage, along with hamburgers and hot dogs; all decidedly not green
  • Kids' Activities: Wee ones enjoys jaunts in a bouncy house and treks up a rock climbing wall, plus face painting, balloon animals, and a basketball hoops contest
  • The Special Guest: Former NBA star and Phoenix Suns' ambassador Steven Hunter, who would have an unfair advantage in the kids' basketball hoops contest
  • What to Wear: Whatever doesn't get you pinched, plus the wearer of the best Irish costume when a prize