St Patrick's Day in UK 2019

We give you an overview about the best St Patrick's Day parades, festivals and events in London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Nottingham and Manchester.

St Patrick's Day is upon us - the biggest day in the Irish calendar and a nationwide excuse for some heavy drinking.



• St. Patrick’s Day in London


In 2018, the London St Patrick’s Day celebrations held on Friday, March 16 and end up on Sunday with the irish parade. The annual St Patrick’s Day parade starts on Sunday in Piccadilly at 12pm and end up in Whitehall. The huge celebrations will take place at Trafalgar Square with massive food courts, activities and a tea tent, with a line-up of Irish bands. The 3 day cultural and community festival across London also include family-friendly events at Camden Market on Saturday. Pubs you can have a Guinness on Paddy’s Day are Tipperary, the oldest Pub in London, The Auld Shillelagh, Porterhouse, The Harp and The Faltering Fullback in north London. Here you will find more events in London.


• St. Patrick’s Day in Manchester


With more than 70 floats, bands and marching groups the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Manchester is one of the biggest in the UK. The parade starts with thousand of people on Sunday, March 11 at the Irish World Heritage Centre at 12 noon. The 2 weeks Irish festival celebrations in Manchester starts on March 2, 2018.


• St. Patrick’s Day in Birmingham


More than 100,000 people joining the third biggest St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the world. This year, the parade runs from noon on March 11. The Parade, that features at least 60 floats and more than 1,000 marchers will set off from Camp Hill, through Digbeth towards the Bullring shopping centre and loop back again. 


• St Patrick's Day in Nottingham


In 2018 the St. Patrick’s Day parade and festival starts on Friday, 17 March. After the parade you can join the live entertainment on the Nottingham Market Square.


• St Patrick's Day in Liverpool


The St Patrick’s Day Parade in Liverpool starts on Saturday, 17 March at 1pm at Great Orford Street, the Old Irish Centre. Countless venues throughout Mathew Street, Concert square and the rest of Merseyside will happily entertain Paddy’s day gatherers after the parade. 


• St Patrick's Day in Glasgow


A second home for the Irish, Glasgow excels in all things emerald with a few Paddy's day celebrations. Bars, you can partying like irish people are Waxy O'Connor's Glasgow, Sloans and Jinty McGuinty’s.



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