St Patrick’s Day Festival Dublin celebration with a parade to a whole 4 days of festival with events and fun for all the family
The traditional street parade will take place as usual and promises to be one of the highlights of this year’s Navan Shamrock Festival.
Mullingar St Patrick’s Festival has events for everyone running over the St Patrick week.
Bray promise to have one of the best ever St Patrick’s Carnival and Parade, with lots of Colour, Music and activities for the community.
St Patrick’s Festival Trim Programme of Events
St Patricks Day Events Athlone has a special focus on free children’s entertainment this year with free entertainment for youngsters.
St Patrick’s Festival Galway is a carnival extravaganza of music, visuals and dance over the St Patrick’s week.
This spine-tingling St Patrick’s Day Festival Funfair in Dublin is a top-notch carnival fairground with gripping high-flying attractions as well as the much-tamer kiddie rides
Belvedere House will hosts its St Patricks Day Events on the 19 March with entertainment for all the family in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath.
A street carnival like no other, Big Day Out is bursting with colour, street performances, theatrics, Irish language events, workshops, fun zones, music, open air shows and more.
Cork St Patrick’s Festival three days of festival madness as the street bursts into life with FREE family-fun entertainment.
For an exciting, fun and unique way to explore and discover Dublin’s fair City, take part in the St. Patrick’s Festival Treasure Hunt for families
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Style this year. Join us on the streets of historical Kells Town in the heart of Meath for what is planned to be an extravaganza of colour and fun
Dublin Zoo is promising leprechauns, fairies, folklore and more for families on St Patrick’s Day. Dublin Zoo is also a unique kids party venue
Limerick St Patrick’s Festival is a spectacle of colour and sound will fill the streets of Limerick with a parade that celebrates all that is Limerick.
Navan Floating Parade races down the River Boyne at 13.00 on St. Patrick’s Day it always draws a flood of entries so get preparing your vessels today!