Happy St. Patrick's Day


St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated not only in Ireland but also in other parts of the world. It is commonly celebrated for 5 days but the most awaited parade is on March 17, which is held in different counties of Ireland.


Street music and performances make the city loud and jolly. Many group of people participate in singing, dancing and playing their instruments. Seeing these talented people encourages most visitors and locals to tag along. Some pubs and bars have acoustic bands to keep the spirit of music alive. I’ve seen a nice alvarez guitars for sale that will sure fit in the occasion and I wonder if I can hop on the stage to jam with them. Oops, I forgot I don’t know how play a guitar. Nonetheless, there any fun filled activities to enjoy and watch all around Dublin. So I guess, I'll settle on that.

Here's are few photos captured last year's parade.







Greeting you all from the emerald isle, Happy St. Patrick’s Day.





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8 comments:

  1. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you! My sister lives right in the heart of Dublin close to the city center and she it, the parade came by in front of their house! I would love to witness it one of these days.

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  2. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

    It looks like everyone is in to have fun in the celebration.

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  3. We have st patty's parade in our city every year....plus, they color the river green ...:) we missed it this year because my family and I were sick.

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  4. I have witnessed St. Patrick's Day Parade only once, it was a lot of fun though, I do not know why these days, I do not bring myself anymore to the plaza to witness the parade, which is very engaging, with all the costume and music

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  5. Oh! So it's also a big celebration in that part of Europe. I though it's just a US thingy, hehe. It must be a happy, festive celebration, Len.

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  6. It is one of my life's wishes to go to Ireland and experience St. Patrick's day myself. Nice pictures sis.

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  7. such a festive event. so colorful.

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  8. Got to researched more about St Patrick Day history. Seems a great event to witness. Nice photos.

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