The Sligo St. Patrick’s Day Festival 2022

The team at the Sligo St. Patrick’s Festival have just announced a whopping line up of Live music which will take part on the gig rig in Stephen St Car Park over 3 days and nights for the St Patricks Weekend festivities.

Whilst the parade is the main event of the 2022 festival, this year, the Parade committee are expanding to a 5 day event including pub gigs, Street Carnival and 3 Nights at the Gig Rig.

The music in the car park kicks of at 2pm after the Parade on St Patricks Day with local favourites, ‘The Roast Band’ kicking things off. There will be a day full of live music with Irish Folk Legends Stocktons Wing headlining that night.

The Friday entertainment will include a FREE Family Friendly street Carnival from 4-6pm. There will be a host of street entertainers as well as Samba Bands, Live DJ and Face Painters. The live music will then flow all evening with one of Irelands best party Bands, ‘Smash Hits’ closing the show that night.

Saturday will be the final night with Country Favourite Jake Carter headlining and it promises to be a night of party hits and dancing.

Admission each day is only €5 with U8s free. There will be plenty more acts announced in the coming days so keep an eye on Sligo St Patricks Day Parade on Facebook and Instagram for updates and www.sligostpatricksday.com

This years event is in association with Failte Ireland, Sligo BID and Sligo County Council.

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  1. jeezz, i am so old… “stockton’s wing”… if i were in ireland for st.patrick’s day i would certainly take a trip into the west and see some 🎶light in the western sky🎶

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