Punch Tarmey’s is hosting a HUGE four-day St Patrick’s party
4 weeks ago
Punch Tarmey’s, Liverpool’s biggest and best Irish bar, have put together four days of fun-filled shenanigans to celebrate St Patrick’s Day on 17th March.
The action-packed line up at Punch Tarmey’s has everything you need to paint the town green as you celebrate one of the most important dates in the scouse social calendar.
The Guinness and the bunting are ordered and the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations are set to be the biggest and best yet. If you are looking for a one-stop-shop for none-stop fun, the Irish four-day extravaganza has something for everyone.
The action-packed line up celebrates everything the Emerald Isle has to offer, with some of the best Irish bands, duo’s and acoustic singers, Irish dancers and the St. Paddy’s Big Music Quiz.
If you are worried about missing the Cheltenham Gold Cup or the Six Nations Ireland v England game, don’t panic, as both major sporting events will be shown on Punch Tarmey’s huge 8’ video walls and across 18 TV screens throughout the venue.
If you are looking for the best place to celebrate Mother’s Day, the fun continues on Sunday 19th so all the mums and ma’s can share the love for everything Irish as well.
The Full line-up for the Punch Tarmey’s Paddy’s Day festival of fun looks like this:-
16th March – Test your musical knowledge and see if you have the luck of the Irish with the St Paddy’s Big Music Quiz – Starts at 8pm – Tickets £5 each and are available to purchase via the website. Full event details and booking information can be found at here.
17th March – Cheltenham Gold Cup from 1.30pm followed by back-to-back live music until 1am, including the Penniless Tenants and the incredibly talented Nat Kelly. (no tickets required – walk ins welcome)
18th March – Irish dancers from 1pm followed by live Irish bands The Raindogs at 3pm before watching Ireland take on England in Six Nations action followed by some of Liverpool’s favourite artists until 1am. (no tickets required – walk ins welcome)
19th March – Mother’s Day Irish themed celebrations from 3pm until late with entertainment inside and in The Courrtyard, including Punch favourite Jack Bennett.
So whether you fancy a River Dance or a ceilidh, a Guinness or a Bailey’s, there is only one place to say Slainte this St Patrick’s weekend – Punch Tarmey’s, the home of Liverpool’s biggest and best St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.