It's time to get green and have a good time while you're in the St Patricks Day mood. There are many ways to celebrate this day, but many people like to wear green, dye everything another shade of green and drink your weight of beer. And, of course, to make things even better, there is also the chance to get into the CrabFest too. This year, the St Patrick's Day Celebrations
are not just limited to one day, it's the whole weekend.
A St. Patrick's Day wouldn't be complete without incredible Irish music being performed live. There will be performances by Jarrah Celts, Aaron Fitzpatrick Duo & The Blarney Boys. And if that isn't enough for you, there will also be a party DJ to keep the festivities going on and on. The party won't stop until early in the morning. On Saturday night, the music won't stop until 2am. And while the music pays, there will also be champion-winning Irish dancers tearing up the floorboards.
The usual beer gardens are going to be extended for this weekend only. They will be able to hold a lot more people, and at the moment, they have already got close to 200 people booked in for this weekend. The new gardens will extend into the road, which will already be closed for the CrabFest. If you're in the area for the festival, you can combine two celebrations to make one of the biggest weekends ever.
If you like winning things, and who doesn't, then you are going to be in for a treat. When you buy certain Irish pints, including Guinness
, you will get yourself a free gift. You only get one per person.
If this is the sort of thing that you like the sound of, and want to try out the luck of the Irish, then you will want to book in for this celebration. You do need to book, it will be very packed on the day. Ring them to get yourself a table as soon as possible. And then head into Mandurah between Friday, the 17th to Sunday, the 19th of March. And Happy St Patricks Day.