The Upstate’s Oldest Irish Pub, Anderson's McGee's Scot-Irish Pub, is celebrating 20 years in downtown Anderson this month and boy are they celebrating.
On Friday, St. Patrick’s Day, Friday March the pub will open for lunch at 10 a.m. serving up their famous corned beef and cabbage and fish and chips while welcomeing musical guest Stephen Hardy.
The afternoon’s entertainment will feature the Celtic quartet "Six Chickens and a Beer" from 4-6 p.m., followed by Celtic Artists "Emerald Road" on the backyard stage. Local favorites "Penny Whistle" will close out the holiday’s festivities.
On Saturday, McGee's will host outdoor party showcasing Anderson’s favorite 80s band, "The Deloreans" starting at 8 p.m. Sunday’s Annual St. Pat’s Hangover Brunch will cap off the three-days of festivities.