- 07 Feb 22
The St. Patricks Day Festival is returning to Dublin with a full roster of Irish artists, comedians, musicians and more. Tickets will be available to purchase starting this Friday, February 11th.
The St. Patrick's Day Festival returns to the streets of Dublin with a stellar lineup of Irish artists, comedians and musicians. Embracing the theme of naisc (connections), this year's festival will be bigger and better than ever before – serving as an invitation for Ireland and the world to reconnect with Dublin.
New for 2022 is Festival Quarter at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks which will be home to a day-to-night urban festival, from March 16 to 20.
Festival Quarter Nights will include performances from Damien Dempsey, Le Boom, Malaki, Thumper and more.
Featuring contemporary and traditional Irish arts, traditions and culture, the St. Patrick's Day Festival will include a host of activities. The iconic street parade, Craic Comedy Tent, urban day-to-night festival and more are on the roster for this year, taking place at some of Ireland's most spectacular heritage sites.
"We are so thrilled to bring St. Patrick’s Festival back to the streets of Dublin this coming March," says Anna McGowan, interim director of the festival. "The very best of Ireland’s creative community have come together to present a spectacular programme of events, the biggest, most exciting offering we have ever produced.
Hundreds of artists, arts workers, makers, creators, live events teams and community organisations, drawn from across the nation, will present a magical five days and nights of live and virtual events, from song, story and performance, to film, theatre, tours, food and so much more."
With last year's festival taking place virtually, St. Patrick's Day 2022 is set to be the most ambitious festival effort to date. Available to be enjoyed both in-person and virtually, the affair will allow people from around the world to experience the show of Irish artistry.
Event tickets range from €10 - €20 including booking fee, and will be available to be purchased this Friday, February 11th. More details including the full list of musicians, craftsman and activities can be found here.
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