We have some bad news for you.
The annual St Patrick’s Day Street Festival will not take place as planned this year to protect the health and safety of the Circular Road community and visitors. But here’s some good news: that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate your favourite Irish holiday in SG.
Check out these alternatives around the city to get your dose of green and Guinness this year.
Raise your glasses and get ready for a great day-time party, as LAVO collaborates with Perrier Jouët, Jameson and Guinness for this St. Patrick’s Day-themed affair.
Expect endless champagne, whiskey, stout, house wines, and beer, alongside an Italian-American buffet that includes favourites such as Mac and Cheese, the LAVO Meatball, a lavish raw bar and many more! Tickets from $171.
Whether you’re Irish or not, it’s the time of the year to don your best green outfit, snatch the best Guinness deals and down St Paddy’s inspired-shots, and 79 After Dark has exactly all that and more lined up for you. Plus, DJ Uday will spin the hottest tracks for you to dance to all night long.
Looking for music that will keep you happy and humming the whole weekend? Singapore band The Souls will be performing their first gig this year at this St Patrick’s celebrations where they will entertain you with groovy rhythm and blues.
Experience the best of SG’s nightlife where you get to enjoy a fun, amicable and safe environment (and save a whole lot of money too!) You will pop by the best Irish bars in the city with incredible drinks specials, meet new friends, paint the town green and maybe, you just might get lucky. Tickets from $48.06.
Singapore St Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl
14 and 17 March
From 7.30 pm
The Bird statue near UOB Plaza, 80 Raffles Place, 048624
This upscale rooftop bar, lounge and club in the heart of the CBD area is perfect for unwinding on a Tuesday evening after a hard day of work. On St Patrick’s Day, you’ll get free pesto pizza with every two pints of Guinness as DJ Shin spins some Vocal House, Hip Hop & RnBn from 8 pm. You might want to wear green to work that day before heading up here. RSVP here.
They say the beer is always greener at The Drunken Poet. (It’s an Irish pub after all.) You’ll get to find out if it’s true as they bring back the stouties, engraving of mini Guinness pints, and PYOP (pour your own pint) counter for this weekday celebration, along with a special quiz night and live acoustic performance.
Want more? Check out other Singapore events happening in March!
In line with the current health advisories, do rest at home if you are feeling unwell, have travelled to China within the last 14 days, or are placed on a Leave of Absence.
By Muneerah Bee, February 2020 / Photos: respective events and Facebook
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