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    Ireland's St Patrick's celebrations

    St Patrick's Day is the biggest party of the year. And with real and online events taking place all over Ireland, you can celebrate in style wherever you are!

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    St Patrick’s Festival Dublin

    This year the folks at the St Patrick's Festival have embraced technology to deliver a festival with a difference. Taking place from March 12-17, the festival will go online and you can join the fun by tuning in to the dedicated TV channel, St Patrick’s Festival TV, for a front row seat at over 100 exciting live events.

    Awaken Ireland! (Dúisigh Éire) is the theme and the whole world is invited to shake off the woes of winter and look towards the brighter days ahead. Events will celebrate all aspects of Irish life, from our storytelling, poetry and music to our food, crafts, dance and comedy. The festival will be accessible around the world and streamed in real-time. So even though we're apart, we can come together to celebrate.

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    At Home with St Patrick Festival

    Where better to celebrate Ireland’s patron saint than the very place he called home? Armagh and Down are where pious Patrick founded his first churches way back in the 5th century and it’s from here that the At Home with St Patrick Festival will be streamed online from March 12-17. Expect a lively showcase of the best culture, music, song and dance from Northern Ireland, which you can watch without having to leave your couch. All events are free of charge, but you may have to register for some so visit the festival website for more details.

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    Celebrations around Ireland

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    The “Rebel City” puts on a vibrant show with live trad and folk music from The Lee Sessions, food and craft markets, and a celebration of the city’s street art with the Ardú street art tour.

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    The traditional St Patrick’s Day Parade, a spectacular night-time aerial and fire performance and the 50th Limerick International Band Championship are all happening over this fun-filled weekend!

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    Killarney is abuzz leading up to St Patrick’s Day and visitors from around the world get to enjoy the town’s very own greening and the Big Parade which celebrates Ireland’s culture and heritage.

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    Waterford city celebrates Ireland’s patron saint with its inaugural St Patrick’s Festival – three days of live music, dancing, storytelling, poetry, tours, fireworks and, of course, a parade.

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    Kilkenny will be kicking off the fun with a traditional music concert on March 16, followed by a whole host of interactive events, all of which you can enjoy from home.

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    Sligo will be celebrate its rich culture and heritage with a range of music, song and poetry events from March 14, all leading up to an exciting virtual parade on March 17.