Aside from the first Dublin parade in three years (!!), here are some of the best events for you to check out this St Patrick’s Day.
Festival Quarter at the National Museum of Ireland
In an exciting new partnership with the National Museum of Ireland, St. Patrick’s Festival will take up residence at the Museum of Decorative Arts & History, Collins Barracks in Dublin 7.
There will be day and night events, a main stage and comedy section, performance spaces, relaxation areas and a food and craft village.
The Festival will run from March 16th to March 20th, and there’s sure to be something for everyone there.
All events are free and allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis, so don’t worry about getting a ticket!
The Guinness Storehouse is celebrating Ireland’s national holiday with an unforgettable five-day showcase of the very best of Irish culture and craic. From March 16th to 20th 2022, the home of Guinness comes to life with Irish music, food and dance, and a complimentary pint of the ‘black stuff’.
Book online here to reserve a place.
Visitors will be treated to seven floors of surprise entertainment – including performances by Irish dance troupe, Prodijig, STOUTies and Irish folk group, The Dublin Rovers across each floor.
Launching at St. Patrick’s Festival 2022, the Breathe Roadshow is an event focused on wellness and resilience for individuals, communities and our planet. Breathe will go on a nationwide, renewably powered journey travelling to rural cities and communities with the aim of empowering diverse Irish communities with agency and the resources necessary to tackle climate change.
The exciting line up for the events includes speakers such as The Happy Pear and The Useless Project. Activities include group yoga classes, sound baths, strength and conditioning experts and even a mobile sauna!
Find out more information here.
Hen’s Teeth Exhibition and Block Party
Hen’s Teeth will be opening an exciting new exhibition from March 16th. 40 exciting new works across contemporary art, graphic design, illustration and photography, will be available to enjoy at the Blackpitts gallery until 3rd April.
Why not live it up at the Paddy’s Day block party afterwards, which will be underway from 2pm on the 17th.