Have you got any plans of where to go this St Patrick’s Day? You are not alone! More than 100,000 visitors are expected to join many more locals for the biggest party in the country in 2019.
This year’s holiday falls on a Sunday which means that Monday 18 March is a national holiday, and the streets and pubs will be buzzing with people enjoying the three-day long weekend.
St Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world but we do things a little differently here. Forget about the dyed beer and definitely don’t pinch anybody if they’re not wearing green (you’ll get strange looks at best). Let’s have a kiki, or the craic, or whatever you wanna call it!
What about a sub-terrain queer club in the heart of Dublin, playing electro & disco all night long?
We’ve got you sorted! This St. Patricks Day Mother is throwing open its electronic emerald doors for a special synth Patrick’s celebration.
Having recently been named as the number one best place to dance the night away in Dublin by Lovin’ Dublin, you can’t go wrong by spending your St Patricks weekend with the queer gods of disco.
They said, “Having recently moved from its old home in Copper Alley to Eustace Street, Mother is all about wild dancing, deadly tunes and having the best time.”
Prepare your green look, get your shamrocks together and let’s celebrate one more time. Go bold or go home!
— Kelly-Anne Byrne (@KellyAnneByrne2) February 27, 2019
Join queen of the airwaves & disco goddess Kelly-Anne Byrne as she spins electronic & disco ’til late & to honour princess Patrick she will be mixing in the best Irish Electronic tunes from Roisín, Le Boom, Daithí, Le Galaxie & more.
Our pals at Mother are taking over The Hub on Eustace St, Temple Bar, for an all special synth Patrick’s electroGAG on Sunday, March 17.
Tickets very limited for this. Grab yours here now!
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