MODESTO, Calif. — It appears 2019 was the "last call" for the self-touted "Valley's biggest pub crawl" in Modesto, at least for now.
The St. Patrick's Day celebration Lucky Fest brought a couple dozen pop-up "pubs" that were built for a one-day only celebration. They featured St. Patrick's Day theme games and activities, ranging from human-foosball to amped-up games of cornhole and beer pong.
However, while the pub crawl will go on, it will not be in Modesto. It started back in 2011, growing from 11 pubs to the 25 in 2019. This year, the festivities are being held in downtown Los Angeles at Pershing Square.
"We may bring it back to Modesto in the future, but not right now," Chris Ricci, organizer for Lucky Fest, said in an email to ABC10.
A request for additional comment from Ricci was not immediately returned.
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