Top Things To Do This Paddy’s Day
St. Patrick’s Day, 17th March, is Ireland’s national holiday and a day when the whole country (and the world) will celebrate all things green and Irish.
With events and parties planned throughout Dublin city, it can be difficult to decide where to go or what to do, and with the impending Luas strike it would be best to plan your day early.
Lynk have you covered, with our list of top 5 events to check out this Paddy’s Day.
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Beats & Brunch
This all-day party, being held in the popular Soder+Ko, promises to take brunch to the next level with bottomless mimosas being served and top DJs playing tunes from 12pm-6pm. The event describes itself as the Paddy’s Day Bottomless Party – Tasty brunch for those who want it, flowing booze for those who need it.
For event details and ticketing options, check out their Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/513521508849753/516328651902372/
Fresh off the back of their success in 2015, Disco Brunch returns to Drury Buildings this St. Patrick’s Day. Expect amazing cocktails and delicious food, while the Disco Brunch DJs provide the day’s entertainment. In true Irish spirit, the theme for the event is green – on admission, all guests must be wearing at least one green item of clothing.
For more information, visit: http://www.thegentlemensacademy.com/events
Aware Harbour2Harbour Walk – Dun Laoghaire-Howth / Howth-Dun Laoghaire
If you want to do something a little bit different this St. Patrick’s Day, you can take part in Aware’s 11th Harbour2Harbour Walk. Participants can either start at Dun Laoghaire and walk to Howth, or start at Howth and walk to Dun Laoghaire. Entry costs €25, with all funds raised going towards the maintenance & development of Aware’s nationwide support services.
Enter the event online by visiting: https://www.fitmagazine.ie/events/race/aware-harbour-2-harbour-walk-dublin
Irish Craft Beer & Whiskey Village
Now in its fifth year, this event is a true celebration of all that is Irish – beer, cider, whiskey, artisan food and entertainment. With live music, DJs, a gaming zone and the Six Nations there’s something for everyone.
Tickets available at the door, or online via: http://www.irishbeerandwhiskeyfestival.com/tickets/#get-tickets
St. Patrick’s Festival Parade
Join the craic-filled crowds that line the streets for the famous St. Patrick’s Day Parade. This year the theme is “Imagine if…”, inspired by the imagination of Ireland’s youth as they look towards the future. This futuristic theme is the final instalment of the creative “past, present & future” trilogy which began in 2014. The parade begins at 12pm at Parnell Square, before touring up O’Connell Street, down Westmoreland Street, Dame Street and Lord Edward Street. Passing Christ Church, the procession of pageantry will come to an end after St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
For more information on this year’s St. Patrick’s Festival, visit: http://www.stpatricksfestival.ie/