Join the IAS for a rip-roaring time on our HALFWAY TO PADDY DAY PUB CRAWL!!! We have a commercial bus that will seat 50 lucky leprechauns ready to get their pints on! Our official IAS Bagpiper, Tom Crouch, will pipe us off and on the bus at every pub crawl stop. We will also have coolers on the bus, Celtic tunes, and other pub crawl swag to be announced later.
Tickets are $20 per person, and you must be over 21 to attend. The tickets just went on sale last night, and 14 sold immediately. That means only 36 seats left — and they will go fast! ALL TICKETS ARE NONREFUNDABLE AND MUST BE BOUGHT IN ADVANCE.
You can buy your tickets immediately via PayPal at IAS.Tidewater@gmail.com . Make sure you list the first and last names of who the tickets are for in the comment for our pub crawl spreadsheet. You can also buy them with cash, check, or credit card at IAS functions between now and September 15th. I would get yours ASAP, though, so that they don’t sell out on you.
The ticket guarantees your spot on the bus, but you are also responsible for buying all your food and drink at our various stops. If you buy a ticket and end up not being able to come, you may give or sell your ticket to someone else, but you MUST notify us in advance so we can update our spreadsheet.
The pub crawl will start and end at Murphy’s. The night of the pub crawl, meet at Murphy’s at 5 pm. You must show photo ID when you check in with us to claim your commemorative pub crawl wristband! You must be wearing that wristband at every stop to board the bus. You also must be wearing that wristband to avail yourself of special pub crawl food & drink specials at our various stops.
We plan to leave Murphy’s by 6pm and return by 11:45 pm to finish out the night there. In between, we will be visiting various Irish drinking establishments in Norfolk (O’Connors, The Public House) and VB (Finn McCool’s). We will have a private room for food & drinks at our middle stop, but we recommend you get some appetizers at Murphy’s so you have a drinking base in your stomach! A pub crawl is NOT the time to drink on an empty stomach — total rookie move! 😉
The bus company reserves the right to kick anyone off the bus who is endangering safety or property. That would also earn you a permanent ban from future IAS pub crawls. Don’t be that guy.