Whether you're in St. Augustine, Sarasota, Orlando, Miami or somewhere in between, there are plenty of ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Florida.

Get your green ready. You won’t want to get pinched.

St. Patrick’s Day is a day for pigging out and having fun. With $5.6 billion expected to be spent during the green saturated holiday, most folks will be flocking to their nearest St. Paddy’s Day events -- and Floridians are no different.

Florida is home to some of the most vibrant Irish celebrations, and Tampa was voted Wallethub’s fifth best place to throw on a sprinkle (or a whole lot) of green and get lost in the Irish bands, bagpipes and gallons of beer.

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From warm, comforting corned beef to what seems like endless fizzy beer, there are a dozen ways to embrace your inner-Irish at one of these Florida St. Patrick’s Day events.

St. Patrick's Wynwood, Miami

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Catch a hipster vibe in Miami at this 2-day festival featuring DJ’s, food trucks and an artisan marketplace. Pro-tip: Anyone over 21 years old can RSVP here for a free beer and a shot. When to go: March 16-17.

St. Augustine Celtic Music and Heritage Festival, St. Augustine

Party hard and listen to authentic Celtic music in the nation’s oldest city at this music-fueled festival. When to go: March 8-10.

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St. Patrick's Day Parade & Festival, Hollywood

Watch the entire Downtown Hollywood area transform into a green sea for the St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival. This family event will feature floats along with an appearance from the New York Police Department Emerald Society Pipe and Drum Corps. When to go: March 10.

Mighty St. Patrick's Festival, Orlando

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— Raglan Road (@RaglanRoadPub)March 14, 2019

Head to Disney to meet Mickey and load up on St. Paddy’s Day treats like Guinness-infused Bangin’ Bangers and Mighty Mash. When to go: March 15-17.

St. Patrick's Day Parade, Naples

Typically drawing more than 40,000 people to downtown Naples, this celebration isn’t just for fun. The Naples St. Patrick Foundation has donated $200,000 to local high school bands and scholarships in the past five years. When to go: March 9.

St. Patrick's Day Crawl, Tampa

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Kick off St. Patrick’s Day weekend in Tampa by being surrounded by hundreds of people drinking green beer at the St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl. When to go: March 15.

St. Patrick's Day Block Party, Sarasota

Keep the kids entertained at the St. Patrick’s Day Block Party with dancers, photo booths and food trucks. When to go: March 16.

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Laura Jazmin Tolliver is a digital reporter for GateHouse Media Group's Florida team, based in West Palm Beach, Fla. Jaz's stories, which run across digital, print and video platforms, are syndicated across the 22 Florida newspaper markets.