It’s that time again. Grab a Guinness in one hand, a Jameson in the other and get ready to celebrate! We all know the Irish love a good party so why not join in! Whether you’re after a family day out or a night on the town filled with music and fun, Manchester has it all goin’ on!
1. Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
Sunday, March 15th
Join in as the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade makes its way through the city centre from the Irish World Heritage Centre to Albert Square. Expect music, colour and excitement!
2. Irish Markets – Albert Square & St Ann’s Square
March 12th – 15th
From March 12th – 15th, the Irish Market lands in Albert Square and this year spreads across into St. Ann’s Square as well! This is a family affair so be sure to bring along the kids! Enjoy irish foodie favourites as well as children’s rides and lots of Guinness!
3. High Kings at The Lowry
Tuesday March 17th
Head down to The Lowry to catch the most exciting irish ballad group since The Clancy Brothers! Playing a modern twist on traditional Celtic folk songs, this is the perfect place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day like the Irish.
Show starts at 8pm on Tuesday March 17th. Tickets start at £17.60.
4. Irish Open Mic Night at The Whiskey Jar
Tuesday March 17th
We all know The Whiskey Jar host the best open mic in town but did you know if you tweet about it you get a free shot of Jameson Irish Whiskey? What better way to celebrate than with an Irish open mic and lots and lots of Whiskey.
Starts from 7pm on Tuesday March 17th.
5. Jameson Tasting at Bourbon & Black
Sunday March 15th
Celebrate a few days early at Didsbury’s Bourbon & Black. Tuck into some Irish grub whilst you taste your way through five different Irish whiskies with Jameson Ambassador, Killian Lee as your host.
From 6pm Sunday March 15th.
6. THE BEST pint of Guinness in Manchester at Mulligans Irish Pub
Mulligans, based just off Deansgate in the heart of Manchester, is an authentic irish pub and the home of Guinness in Manchester. It’s Manchester’s number one Irish pub. So it would be rude not to pay them a visit during the festivities.