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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Kildare

- Posted on: 06/03/2024 - $itemValue.title

As the festive spirit of St. Patrick sweeps across the county of Kildare, we're delighted to be at the heart of the celebrations in Naas. Find out more as we dive into the vibrant list events happening locally, from lively parades to traditional music sessions and everything in between. In this blog post, we'll be your guide to all the exciting happenings around Kildare this St. Patrick's Bank Holiday Weekend, ensuring you don't miss a moment of the fun and festivity. 



๐ŸŽค Live music: Whether you’re a country music fan or love to rock out to 70's music, join us in Lawlor's for Qween on the 15th & Robert Mizzell (country music dance) on the 17th March. There’ll be live music in our main bar from 10pm each night over the bank holiday weekend! Find out more on our Live Music page.


๐ŸŽ‰ Naas Street Festival: On the 17th March there will be lots of family fun to be had in Naas town - from traditional Irish music right outside our doors, on Poplar Square, to family entertainment in The Old Potato Market, with magicians and clowns. The Naas Street Festival starts at 2pm and finishes at 5pm, visit here for more information.


โ˜˜๏ธ St. Patrick’s Day parades: Pop over to nearby Newbridge (parade begins at 12pm on the main street, starting from Tesco) or Clane (street entertainment from 2pm on the main street, with the parade beginning at 3pm) for a fun-filled St. Patrick’s Day parade. Catch the train to Dublin city centre from Sallins if you want the big parade experience!


๐Ÿ‡ Go racing: Enjoy a day out at the St. Patrick’s Festival Race Day on the Curragh Racecourse on the 17th March. Gates open at 12pm and there will be a KidsZone and live music throughout the day - it's a fantastic day out for all of the family.


๐Ÿ‰ Six Nations Rugby - Super Saturday: Catch all of the live action at Lawlor's and cheer on the boys in green on Saturday, the 16th, as we have all of the action on our big screens. Starting with Wales v Italy kicking off at 2.15pm, followed by Ireland v Scotland at 4.45pm and France v England at 8pm.


Get ready to immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of Ireland right here in Kildare and book your stay today: