St. Patrick's Day in Galway
17th March 2018
This St. Patrick’s Day, enjoy the fun and festivities in Galway on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. With live music throughout the city and an official parade at 11.30am on 17th March 2018, Galway is the ideal choice for visitors near and far. Soak up the atmosphere at the 5 star g Hotel & Spa, Galway with live music every Saturday evening. Indulge yourself with our delicious Afternoon Tea for just €46 for two guests with a selection of Savoury Sandwiches, Freshly Baked Scones, Clotted Cream, Preserves and Sweet Treats. TO BOOK CALL 091 865200 or EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Afternoon Tea is served seven days a week from 12.00hrs to 18.00hrs each day.
If a relaxing St. Patrick’s Day takes your fancy, why not take time out at ESPA at the g. Situated on the upper two floors of the hotel ESPA at the g comprises of eight treatment rooms, four beauty suites, vitality pool, crystal steam room, lifestyle shower, rain shower, rock sauna, an ice fountain, heated loungers and a relaxation room overlooking the rooftop Zen garden. It is the ultimate in comfort and luxury. Or simply celebrate all things Irish this St Patrick’s Week and enjoy an evening meal in our Signature Lounges or Restaurant gigi’s. With a range of menus to choose from, all with locally sourced Irish ingredients, our Head Chef will also have Irish themed specials on offer.
ST PATRICK'S DAY PARADE - GALWAY
2018 marks the 115th anniversary of the Galway St Patrick's Day Parade. The parade has grown from small beginnings to the present day, when on average it has 50,000 spectators thronging the 1.5 mile route. People of all ages mingle together to enjoy the spectacle of music, dance and performance art as the procession winds its way through Galway city.
The parade will start at 11.30am on Saturday March 17 on Father Griffin Rd and process across O’Brien’s Bridge, through Shop St and Finishes at Eyre Square at approximately 1.00pm.
Galway St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival is produced and funded by Galway City Council.
This year’s Galway City St Patrick’s Day Parade is set to showcase Galway and the West of Ireland’s rich gastronomic culture and history in celebration of the regions designation as European Region of Gastronomy 2018. Galway and the West of Ireland, has been designated one of two European Regions of Gastronomy for the year of 2018, the first region in Ireland to attain the very prestigious title which is cause for celebration. The designation celebrates our rich landscape, our food heritage, our people, and our multi-cultural communities. The overarching theme for the year is ‘From the ground up – Feeding our future’ which encompasses everything from farm to fork.
Last year, the St Patrick's Day Parade in Galway highlighted the rich cultural fibre of Galway as part of the bidding for the European Capital of Culture 2020 (which we were susequently successful in winning). Annual parade highlights include Galway Arts Centre, Colours Street Theatre, An Taibhdhearc Irish language Theatre and Galway Theatre Festival with community groups such as Foróige, GAA clubs, Amnesty International and The Russian Culture Club creating a kaleidoscope of of Galway's rich mix of cultural and ethnic diversity.
For more information see - www.galwaystpatricksparade.com