What’s going on in Ireland in March - St Patrick’s Day events, music, festivals, and more
Parades, festivals, history, culture, literature and “craic” – the best that Ireland has to offer
Ireland's patron saint, Patrick, is honoured with reverence in Downpatrick, as the saint is buried at the cathedral. This nine day programme of events culminates with the St Patrick’s Cross-Community Carnival Parade in Downpatrick.
11 Mar 2012
Walk Waterford - Railway Line Walk, Dungarvan, Waterford
This is one Dungarvan gems, a green route that follows the old railway line. This walk is suitable for families and leisure walkers with a distance of 1. 3.50km and allotted time of 45 minutes.
Celtfest, a festival of Celtic music, song, dance, and culture, is held annually in Áras na Mac Léinn (The Student Centre) at University College Cork.
Celebrating Spring/Summer 2012’s key trends including pastels, sports luxe and shimmer, the programme includes five days of catwalk shows, master classes, the Culloden’s Fashion Teas and the popular Style Sunday event - and it promises to have something to suit fashion fans of all ages and tastes.
A weekend of fun, music and general frivolity to welcome the Spring and start the season off with a bang in Cork!
15 Mar 2012 - 18 Mar 2012
Dingle International Film Festival, Dingle, Kerry
Ranking as one of the best film festivals for content, atmosphere, location & attention to detail, DIFF offers unique screening experiences with stars & talent attending seminars & workshops along with free family screenings.
Limerick's St. Patrick's Festival will include the giant St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday 17th March and on the following day the 42nd International Band Championship will take place.
The Wicklow Town St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off at 3pm and is made up of over 100 floats, Piped Traditional Bands, Modern & Traditional Music, Cultural & Arts schools.
16 Mar 2012 - 18 Mar 2012
Connemara Four Seasons Walking Festival - Spring