Tourism Ireland brings St. Patrick’s Day home this special year.
The island of Ireland is one of the best places in the world to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Unfortunately we can’t go to the Emerald Islands right now, Tourism Ireland St. Patrick’s Day decided to bring it home.
‘St. Patrick’s Day at Home with Tourism Ireland’ is a 90 minute long show. It will air live on March 17 from three popular pubs in Dublin, Belfast and Dingle, a coastal city in County Kerry.
At the event, all the elements of a St. Patrick’s Day evening: a combination of legendary Irish, traditional and modern Irish music and dance, and many surprises.
It will be broadcast live on the channels this eveningAnd Tourism will honor Ireland, as well as some of the most important places in the world All over the world to celebrate this great day.
The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, with some of Ireland’s most popular TV presenters., The highest pub in Ireland, is located in the mountains of Dublin. This traditional and very popular bar dates back to 1798. It is famous for its ‘Hooley Show’ nights of excellent food and active Irish music and dance. The Celtic Drummers, a percussion group known for its combination of modern and tribal rhythms, will open the festival.
Then go In Belfast, in a pub with a history of more than 200 years, in the heart of Cathedral District. The , A new harmony group based in Northern Ireland that combines traditional Celtic melodies with modern mantras.
On dinghy, the show will air from a legendary pub This bizarre and fun dual-purpose inn, the city’s staple food since 1899, is a model of the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s rough coast. Dick Max’s beer and excellent whiskeys on one side of the bar and leather goods and authentic wood alcoves on the other side all offer a very friendly atmosphere.
Famous Thanks to a master brewer who shows you how to pour a great pint from a can, the event will also take place in Dublin. A dance class with two dancers from the troupe will also be offered, so you can actively participate in the broadcasts, and a mini music academy will teach you how to play the spoon.
This 100% St. Patrick ‘s Day is one and a half hours in the Kovid period 19 in accordance with all the rules for organizing events in the comfort of their own homes for the Irish community and Irish lovers around the world to celebrate this national holiday.
Before the big day, check out the hashtag #StPatricksDayAtHome and the social media of Tourism Ireland for more ways to celebrate.
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