25 Jan Saint Patrick’s day Barcelona paddy´s day
Saint Patrick’s day is celebrated on the 17th March every year is a very special day for all Irish people around the world and who’s to say that the rest of the world can’t join in partying with a pint or three and a bit of craic. At the Wild Rover Irish Pub Barcelona we’ve got an extraordinary day planned for you. The Guinness will be flowing freely all day long, not to mention the Irish whiskey, of which we have a wide selection. Our own dear old leprechaun will be in a cracking mood that day too, dancing and singing along to the live music we’ll have on all day long. That’s right, this St. Patrick’s Day at the Wild Rover Irish pub Barcelona we’re offering you not one but various acts playing the classics all day long. There’ll be no shortage of Irish traditional and modern music either, from the Dubliners to U2, from Planxty, Paddy Reilly, Van the Man, the Cranberries and back again, we have it all covered. Irish people love a good sing song and St. Patrick’s Day at the Wild Rover Irish Pub Barcelona will be no exception.
“For each petal on the shamrock this brings a wish your way. Good health, good luck, and happiness for today and every day.”
As the quote shows the Irish know the importance of starting the day in good spirits. And what better to lift the spirit and prepare you for the big day than our delicious Irish breakfast. It’s packed full of the best Irish sausages, bacon, hash browns, eggs, beans and mushrooms, just the ticket to get you ready for a skin full.
St. Patrick is the patron Saint of Ireland, famed for bringing Christianity to the pagan Celts. This legacy is now celebrated world wide by Irish and non-Irish, Christian and non-Christian alike. You could say that on St. Patrick’s day everybody gets to be Irish. The symbol of St. Patrick is the small three-leaved Shamrock, and Irish people wear it with pride on St. Patrick’s Day. “The wearing of the green” is also very important, whether a shirt, jumper or underpants, you have to strut your stuff on Paddy’s day, donned in green. We’ll be giving you a special party pack for the day so you can not feel left out if you’re wardrobe is lacking that particular colour.
The Irish have traveled far and wide over the planet and wherever they went they brought St. Patrick with them. Around the world, on St. Patrick’s Day, everything goes Irish: Chicago dies it’s river green, the Sydney opera house turns green, the famous Irish-American Song “Danny Boy” has even been sung from space on St. Patrick’s day. Indeed, many Irish people say that St. Patrick’s day is best celebrated outside the Emerald Isle. And the best place to be? The answer is obvious, The Wild Rover Irish Pub Barcelona this Tuesday 17th March, 2015. Craic, deoch agus ceol. Don’t miss it.
Lá ‘le Pádraig Sona Duit!