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Online, Friday 12th March - Wednesday 17th March

The National St. Patrick’s Festival returns in 2021, running from March 12th to 17th inclusive.

The theme of this year’s Festival is Dúisigh Éire! Awaken Ireland! We invite you to throw off the long, dark months and rise to embrace the brighter days ahead.

This year it will all take place on the Festival website and will be available to watch across the world. From March 12–17, you can tune in here to our dedicated TV channel — St. Patrick’s Festival TV (SPF TV) — and take a front row seat for all the events we have planned. A full programme schedule, days and times will be available here in early March, so you can stream the events live as they broadcast or watch them back on the website Player.

For now, please enjoy exploring the many events coming up on SPF TV from March 12–17!

Kick back, tune in, Festival on!

Watch the launch video for a message of love, hope and unity from the Festival team.

Explore the Strands section to see all the different events coming your way.

Friday 12th March - Wednesday 17th March

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