Live at O'Larkin is back again

Posted at 8:24 AM, Mar 18, 2016

Let St. Patty's Day celebrations continue! Thousands of people will pack Larkin Square Friday night for "Live at O'Larkin."

"We're really excited. It's the marker of Spring," said the Director of Fun Leslie Zemsky. "For this event we usually have around 3,000 people."

You can enjoy free parking, heaters and new outdoor restrooms. No more outhouses!

Aside from the basic necessities the entertainment, food and drink is the reason you'll want to party in the square. 

"Music, dancing, green beer and the return of the food trucks," said Zemsky. 

Nearly 18 food trucks will pack the square including new addition - Midnight Smokin' BBQ. 

Poor Ould Goat will kick off the night's entertainment followed by McCarthyizm, Clann Na Cara School of Irish Dance and Greater Buffalo Firefighters Pipes & Drums.

"You can buy Irish themed t-shirts, cake pops or take home something from Buffalo Distilling," said Zemsky. 

The apparel is from Retro Buffalo, sweet treats are from Buffalo Cake Pops and beverages for adults to enjoy are from Buffalo Distilling. 

The free event is celebrating it's fourth year and runs from 5:00 - 8 p.m., but it might be a good idea to get there early!