The long-awaited St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival is back from 17 to 19 Mar 2023
St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival is back at Circular Road after a long 3-year wait! With events like live performances and outdoor bars, there is so much to look forward to from 17 to 19 Mar 2023.
Now that the March holidays are here, this event seems perfect for families to come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as it has carnival games and balloon sculpting, all of which would certainly entertain families (especially the little ones). There will even be a makeover station ready to give air-painted tattoos and green hair, but don’t worry, they’re temporary!
Adults, fret not! There are 6 outdoor bars for you to enjoy, such as Molly Malone’s Irish Pub, Mogambo Bar & Restaurant, Hero’s and Drunk Skunk.
Special promotions and giveaways will be active all over Singapore as well, such as free pints of Guinness at Muddy Murphy on 17 Mar 2023 at 5.59pm. Such a generous deal would end a brief 17 minutes and 59 seconds later.
Why such a peculiar timeframe? Well, because Guinness was created by Arthur Guinness in the year of 1759. I feel that this is quite a nifty way to celebrate Guinness’ beginnings.
Along with the alcoholic beverages comes an array of food to accompany them. Indian cuisine from Foodcoholic and Bior Restaurant & Bar’s Thai food are just examples of what to expect. It is safe to say that there will be many options to choose from!
Speaking of music, live performances will be there to keep you in the celebratory mood during the festival. Circular Road would certainly not lack in excitement this weekend.
Feeling lucky? Prepare your steady hands for the Giant Plinko game, as you’ll stand a chance to win special merchandise as prizes. As it is a game of chance and luck, there truly is no other perfect game for the street festival of St. Patrick’s Day.
On the other hand, this would mean that Circular Road will be closed off from 6pm on 17 Mar 2023 onwards to accommodate the festival. Singaporeans on the road, do take note and use a different road for the time being!
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