TULSA, Oklahoma - Happy Saint Patrick's Day, Green Country!

If you're looking for a way to celebrate, we've got you covered. The Tulsa Irish Festival is downtown from noon into the night. It's the first year for this family-friendly event which is expected to have a big turnout.

They have five different bands throughout the day with Irish food, dancing, a kids zone and more. Guinness and other adult beverages are available from Mr. Nice Guys.

That's all downtown on the Guthrie Green near Boston and Brady.

McNellie's at 1st and Elgin has their annual celebration as well. They start with a toast at 10 a.m. A corned food competition starts at 11 a.m., and then there's music and fun throughout the day and into the night.

Heck, you can even get hitched today if you like. There's a mass wedding happening at 3:30 p.m. right outside McNellie's.

The ceremony will be preformed by Judge James Caputo who also conducted mass weddings on Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve. All you need to bring is a marriage license, two witnesses and someone to get hitched to.

We're told 25 couples are set up to get married.

Or - of course - you can just watch the ceremony as a spectator.

AAA is offering their free Tipsy Tow services to get people home safely this St. Patrick's Day Weekend. Call 1-800-AAA-HELP. They'll get both drivers and their cars home - within a 15-mile radius.