Liverpool is hosting a wide range of events for St. Patrick’s Day this weekend. The Sphinx have put together a selection of the one’s you won’t want to miss.

Liverpool St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2019

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Beginning from the Old Irish Centre on Mount Pleasant, the route will follow: Great Oxford Street, Mount Pleasant, Hope Street, Hardman Street, Leece Street, Renshaw Street, St George’s Plateau, Roe Street, Hood Street, Crosshall Street, Dale Street and Castle Street where the parade will finish at Derby Square.

Expect to see music from: The Liverpool Katumba Drummers; Erne Emerald Flute Band; Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service Pipe Band; Liverpool Irish Flute Band and many more.

When: Sunday 17th March (12 pm – 3pm)

Where: Old Irish Centre, 6 Boundary Ln, Liverpool L6 5JG



St. Patrick’s Day Parade After Party Event

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Grand Central Hall, known for its Grand Bazaar Food Hall, are offering a range of live music including performances from: Conleth Mcgeary, Shea Doolin and the Liverpool Irish Flute Band.

When: Sunday 17th March (2:30pm – 12am)

Where: Grand Central Hall, Liverpool L1 2SF

£: From £5



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The Baltic Market St. Patrick’s Day Festival

The Baltic Market are going all out for St. Patrick’s Day this year, expect the usual local food stalls, an Irish Whiskey pop-up bar, a Guinness take-over and some craic-ing Irish music.

When: 15th March (5pm – 11pm), 16th March (12pm – 12am), 17th March (11am – 12am), and 18th March (11am – 9pm)

Where: The Baltic Market, 107 Stanhope St, Liverpool L8 5RE

£: FREE entry for Thursday and Sunday; £3 on the door for Friday and Saturday


Camp and Furnace Paddy’s Day Weekender

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‘Ireland’s coming to Camp and Furnace!’

Camp and Furnace are planning 6 massive events over St. Patrick’s Day weekend:

Paddy’s Ulster Fry

Start your day the Irish way! Full Irish cooked breakfast washed down with a pint of Guinness.

When: Saturday 16th (10am – 12pm) and Sunday 17th March (10am – 12pm)

Where: Camp and Furnace, 67 Greenland St, Liverpool L1 0BY

£: From £16.50


Paddy’s Day Party

Expect live Irish music, all the 6 Nations Rugby action and Liverpool’s BIGGEST Guinness bar.

When: Saturday 16th (10am – 12pm) and Sunday 17th March (12pm – 6pm)

Where: Camp and Furnace, 67 Greenland St, Liverpool L1 0BY


Paddy’s House Party

Expect all the greatest Irish hits including: The Pogues, Drop Kick Murphys, Bewitched and everything in-between.

When: Saturday 16th (9pm – 2am) and Sunday 17th March (8pm – 1am)

Where: Camp and Furnace, 67 Greenland St, Liverpool L1 0BY

£: From £11



LOST: St. Patrick’s Day: Arts Club

Residents Dan Fresco, Liam Ross, and Sam Parker bring you the best house music for St. Patrick’s Day

When: Sunday 17th March (10pm – 3am)

Where: 90 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4BH

£: From £5



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