St. Patricks Day at Camden Court Hotel

Fáilte! St. Patricks Day is nearly upon us and where better to celebrate than in the heart of Ireland’s capital city. Our national holiday has become an international treasure so why not join us on the streets of Dublin and experience the festivities first hand.

If you’re looking for somewhere to dine or to enjoy some good aul traditional sounds, Camden Court Hotel will be here waiting to give you a big Irish welcome. We’ll be celebrating the holiday with live music in C Central bar and a delicious 4 course menu created specially for the occasion by our Head Chef in The Iveagh restaurant. So come join us after the parade on the 17th March for craic agus ceol!

C Central | Bar & Bistro 

On St. Patricks Day we will host Celtic Mist in C Central Bar and Bistro. The popular trio are a traditional cover band who play music from some of Irelands’ musical legends such as The Pogues, The Wolf Tones, The Dubliners, Paddy Reilly and Christy Moore. The trio also perform Irish Folk favourites such as, The Kesh Jig, The Maid behind the Bar, and Whiskey before Breakfast and the classic The Wind That Shakes the Barley.
The three piece band consist of Johnny Adams who is on guitar and vocals, Patsy Toland playing the banjo and mandolin and last but not least Eamonn Moran who is also on vocals and the guitar.
With their exceptional musical ability and vocal talents they have been entertaining audiences in pubs, clubs and hotels across the country for decades. It will be a show you won’t want to miss, they entertainment kicks off at 5.30pm until 8:00pm in our bar.      

The Iveagh Restaurant 

This St. Patrick’s weekend our talented Chef has created a delicious, locally sourced exclusive 4 course menu. This menu will be available from the 16th- 18th March at The Iveagh Restaurant located in Camden Court Hotel.
If you would like to make a reservation you can contact us at (01) 475 - 9666 or email us at

St.Patrick's Menu

St. Patricks weekend in Dublin City 

Dublin City will offer a variety of fun activities and events throughout St. Patrick’s festival weekend.
We have outlined some of the top events taking place across the city from the 14th-18th of March.

Greening the City 

Every year in Dublin a number of our most iconic buildings turn green for the week of St. Patricks. The city will illuminate in traditional green colour throughout the city.
A wonderful sight if you are looking to take a stroll around the city.
The buildings and public areas will turn on their lights from Thursday the 14th-18th March at 6pm.
To see a list of all the buildings taking part in “Greening the City” please click here.


St. Patricks Day Parade

Once again the most popular attraction to Dublin City is the St. Patricks Day Parade.
The theme of this year festival is “Storytelling” a concept very close to the Irish people.
The festival will start at Parnell Square North at 12 noon and makes its way around the City.
Click here for the map of the parade.
St. Patricks Day 2019 will sure to be an amazing day with so much fun and excitement for all the family. For more information on the festival please click here.

St. Patricks Day Festival Village

A St. Patrick’s festival village will take place in Merrion square from the 16-18thth of March. This free event is for all the family and will showcase three days of amazing events, tasty food, a Gaeltacht area which will also have a Céile a traditional Irish dance and workshops and street theatre to keep you entertained.
It was also have a circus, science shows and storytelling for the little ones to enjoy.
For more information on this event please click here.

To see more events or to plan your St. Patricks weekend in Dublin you can check out the official St. Patricks Festival website here.

Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse will be celebrating by rolling out the green carpet this St. Patricks Day, even granting free access if you’re name starts with “Pat”. Enjoy a variety of live entertainment, food and enjoy a pint in the Gravity Bar and immerse yourself in one of Dublin’s most popular tourist attractions.

click here for more information

Slán go fóill mo chara 




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