Whether you are looking for Irish rock or bass heavy beats, shamROCK’s diverse lineup is guaranteed to make you shake your clovers. We feature nationally recognized Irish rock and Celtic bands and top DJs across three stages. Top it off with the hottest plaid-clad go-go dancers and traditional Irish steppers in town, and you have a recipe for the perfect Saint Patrick’s Day celebration!
Grab your friends, don your green attire, and head to the Gaslamp Quarter this St. Patrick’s Day. Experience firsthand the Emerald Isle of the West Coast at shamROCK!
The main entrance for shamROCK is on the corner of 5th Avenue & G Street. This event is 21+ and you will be required to show a government issued ID at the gates. No weapons or fake weapons are allowed. This event is rain or shine.
Groups of 10 or more qualify for a group discount. Contact email@example.com for more information.
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Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation
The Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation (GQHF) is dedicated to preserving the architecture, culture and history of the Gaslamp Quarter, a 16 ½-block area designated as an historic district and listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979. Through museum exhibits, tours, festivals and educational programs for children and adults, the GQHF opens a window to the past by depicting the historical development of downtown San Diego since 1850. The Foundation operates from the oldest standing residence in the Gaslamp Quarter, the Davis-Horton House Museum, a repository of artifacts, photos and archives that we preserve for residents and visitors from around the world to enjoy. Founded in 1981 as a nonprofit corporation and recognized by the IRS as a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt entity, the Foundation is led by an active Board of Directors that provides vision and leadership, sets policy and oversees the organization’s financial health. A professional staff led by an Executive Director carries out board policies and a Manager of Museum Operations manages the day-to-day operations of the Foundation and the Museum.