The year's biggest day (and night) of drinking is almost here, by which of course I'm talking about Saint Patrick's Day. A day in which you can wear as much green and drink as much as you like without anyone able to admonish you, St. Paddy's is a city-wide celebration in Montreal, and you pretty much need to take party.\nBecause we know its impossible to make a plan mid-Saint Paddy's Day (you're already drunk, after all) here are a list of ten events that will guarantee you a good time.\nMcKibbin's Irish Pub\n3515 St-Laurent + 1426 Bishop\nBoth of McKibbin's Montreal locations (along with their Pointe-Claire and Vaudreuil spots) will be throwing St. Paddies day events all weekend. On each day, the drink-fest will begin with special St. Paddy's breakfast where the Irish coffee will overfloweth, with tons of live musical acts filling out the rest of the day's festivities.\nGet Your Irish On @ Sir Winston Churchill Pub\n1459 Crescent\nThe entire Sir Winston Churchill bar complex will transform into a celebration of all things Irish, beginning with food, followed up with live music in the afternoon, and plenty of drinking in-between and after.\nHurley's\n1225 Crescent\nHurley's is going strong this weekend with tons of musical acts and more events all the way 'til Sunday night.\nNacho Libre\n913 Beaubien E\nLife will be good for anyone headed to Nacho Libre on St. Patrick's Day.\nSt-Paddy's Week at Irish Embassy\n1234 Bishop\nLive music (and plenty of drinking) will take place St. Paddy's at Irish Embassy, just try not to get too hammered.\nTKO Presents: St. Patrick's Day @ Gerts\n3480 McTavish Street\nMcGill students know exactly how intense things get at Gerts every year on St Patrick's Day,. Expect tons of green, Irish car bombs, and an energy you won't find elsewhere.\nReggie's St-Patrick's Day Rager\n1455 de Maisonneuve W\nNot to be outdone,Concordia's on-campus bar offers a similarly amazing St. Paddy's Day celebration.\nLa St-Patrick du Pub L'île noire\n1649 Saint Denis\nPub L'île noire is giving you the chance to "join to the dark side" this Saint Patrick's Day, and they're making it really easy with incredibly affordable prices on Irish Carm Bombs and Jameson shots. Of course, you should still be sporting green, no matter if you get Darth Vader-level drunk.\nMontreal's St Patrick's parade\nYou knew this was coming, and honestly, if there's one St. Patrick's Day event to head to, it's this one. Going down on Sunday, the parade (which goes along Saint Catherine street from du Fort to Place Phillips) is a longstanding tradition in Montreal, and a celebration of all-things Irish you can't miss. Plus almost every bar listed above is hosting an event post-parade, so you have no reason not to go!