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An actual real life Irishman told us last week, that Liverpool is the unofficial capital of Ireland (see who it was here) and that’s all the encouragement we needed to join in on the Emerald Isle celebrations. St Patrick’s Day in Liverpool, Sunday 17th March 2019 has sparked a weekend packed with parties.
From pubs and clubs to community centres and warehouse raves, stock up on your soda bread and Ulster Fry, you’re gonna need it!
If there’s one place you’re guaranteed to get your Irish on from morning til night, it has to be McCooley’s. Head to Concert Sq or Mathew St for a proper Irish Brekkie and start as you mean to go on. Moonshine with that love? Menus here.
Back to turn the city tricolour, the official St Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off at 12pm at the Old Irish Centre on Mount Pleasant and makes its way around the city to the after party at Grand Central, Renshaw St. Details here.
Give your tired legs and aching arms a rest after the parade with a whole afternoon and night of Irish entertainment as Grand Central Hall hosts the St Patrick’s Day parade after party from 3pm. More info here.
You’re invited to drink the bar dry as, My Goodness, It’s Guinness, Guinness everywhere at the four day Paddy’s Day party at Baltic Market. Expect live music, lots of whisky, amazing food and more. Details here.
Not everyone will want to be raving and misbehaving on Paddy’s day. Why not watch legendary film, The Commitments under the stars at the Bombed Out Church instead? Book here.
All the family can join in the St Patrick’s Day in Liverpool fun at Liverpool Irish Centre on Sunday 17th March. There’s live music, a family friendly atmosphere and food and drinks offers too. More here.
There’s all kinds of shenanigan’s going on at Punch Tarmey’s at the Cain’s Brewery Village. As the city’s largest Irish bar you can expect a whole weekend packed with live music, giveaways and more. Info here.
St Pay would’ve been all over this! Hangar 34 hosts a free entry, Warehouse Sessions, Paddy’s Day Techno on 17th March from 11pm
. Monday’s a write-off, isn’t it? Details here.
If you like your St Patrick’s Day in Liverpool with a techno twist, we’ve got you sorted. Constellations hosts Jay Lumen on Sunday night with glowsticks, Buckfast, lights, lasers and an unmistakable paddy’s day theme. Tickets here.
On Air Liverpool is taking is back to the old school for paddy’s day 2017. The Bootlegger’s will be performing live covering The Pogues, Saw Doctors, Steve Earle as well as crowd pleasers from modern acts such as Mumford and Sons and Paulo Nutini. Bring your dancing shoes. Info here.
LOST does St Patrick’s Day in Liverpool at the Arts Club with resident DJ’s Dan Fresco
Liam Ross and Sam Parker on the decks from 10pm. Tickets and info here.
If there’s a better excuse for missing Monday’s lectures (and possibly Tuesday’s as well) than blaming Jonny Bongo…..we want to hear it! Student special at the Guild. Details here.
Head to Victoria St to continue the weekend long party at Heaven this St Patrick’s Day in Liverpool. Expect cheap drinks, wicked drag queens and resident DJ’s all weekend. Info here.
There’s a day/night St Patrick’s Day party at Brick Street on 17th March from 5pm. Jovial x Intergalactik provides the tunes, all you have to do is hit the dance floor and think of St Pat. Details here.
There’s 6 massive events spanning 2 days at Camp & Furnace as the Paddy’s Day weekender, sponsored by Guinness brings all the luck of the Irish to the Baltic. Brekkie, bands, rugby and plenty of the black stuff is all on offer on 16th-17th. All the details here.
Mathew Street will be standing room only all weekend for St Patrick’s Day in Liverpool so we recommend getting a coveted seat in the thick of it at The Grapes. They’ve got drinks offers, live music and good craic on offer, all weekend long. More info here.
If you’re going to ring in sick after a mad St Paddy’s Day, you should defo make your last stop PopWorld. Expect all the usual chaos with a B*Wtched soundtrack. Info here.
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