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Paddys Day

Saint Patricks Festival

Paddy's Day or Saint Patrick's Festival is the day is the national holiday in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Montserrat, and the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. In the rest of Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States and New Zealand, it is widely celebrated but is not an official holiday.

So wear green, put your dancing shoes on, and wave your Irish flags! It doesn’t matter wear you do it, this is one country’s national holiday that is celebrated all around the world! That said, if you happen to be in Europe, then hop onto a low-cost flight and find a happening party in Ireland quick-smart.

Ireland's official celebration for Ireland's national holiday - St. Patrick's Day. Around the globe on the 17th March, Ireland is celebrated

with parties and parades but the BIG party is here in Ireland where we celebrate in style with five days and nights of fantastic celebratory events, most of which are free!

From March 13th to 17th 2008 there will be so much on offer - music, street theatre, family carnivals, comedy, street performances, dance, a treasure hunt, night spectacles .... culminating on Monday March 17th with the world famous St. Patrick's Day Parade. Over five days, 4000 performers and 1 million people will be celebrating Ireland. So whether you are Irish or just wish you were, Ireland is the place to be next March to enjoy Ireland's biggest party.


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