St. Paddy’s Street Party In Warsaw runs from noon to 10 p.m.

Event organizer Jason Brown holds up a banner promoting some of the menu items availabe at today's block party in downtown Warsaw. News Now Warsaw photo by Dan Spalding.
Jackie Gorski

WARSAW —  Jason Brown, owner of The Vic at One Ten Craft Meatery, is hosting the annual St. Paddy’s Street Party Friday in downtown Warsaw.

The event will be from noon to 10 p.m. on Buffalo Street between Center and Main streets.

During the event, there will be food trucks and vendors and alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages. Brown said everything will be done by a ticket program for food and beverages. Tickets for those are $6 each.

Vendors include Courthouse Coffee on the Square, HopLore Brewing Co., Ledgeview Brewing Company, Mad Anthony’s/Shigs & Pit, One Ten Craft Meatery, Ledgeview Roadster, Mad Batter Baking, Shawnanigans and The Diner.

There will be three live bands performing from 4 to 10 p.m. Those include Wings of Oberon, McLane & Co. and Shiny Shiny Black.

There will be a mobile TV airing the NCAA tournament.

Entry is $5 at the door while children 2 and under are free. The entrance to the tent will be on the east side of Buffalo Street right in front of One Ten Craft Meatery.

Mobile restrooms, firepits and heaters will be available.

Community partners include Winona IT, who is a highrise partner; 1Eighty Digital, First Federal Bank, Main Street Warsaw, Maple Leaf Farms, Monster Message, Orthopediatrics, Our House Real Estate, Silveus Insurance Group, who are uptown partners; and Camp Mack, Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation and The Lab, who are downtown partners.