St. Patrick´s Day in Marbella

Post by: Gerarda on 04 Mar 2013

All over the world whether at home or abroad the Irish will be celebrating St. Patrick´s Day. March 17th is a day to make merry especially if you are Irish and a good excuse if you are not.

Marbella will be the home of this year´s St. Patrick´s Day Festival on the Costa del Sol and the Terraces of the Marbella Marina will be decked out in the familiar colors of green, orange and white. At noon Gemma Cannon, along with her dance troop, Aloha College Irish Dancers will grace the festival stage with traditional Irish dancing and throughout the afternoon the Aloha College Celtic Singers, Sean Murray, singer/songwriter from Skerries, Dublin will serenade us and guitarists Alec Mac and Liam Kenneally will play classic Irish music. Marbella’s Tourism Department has arranged for a Spanish Flamenco Show and the Belly Dancing group Al-Kamra will be performing as part of their ongoing support for DEBRA Spain.

Irish businesses will be out in full-force during the St. Patrick´s Day Festival with food and drink being served all afternoon. From Gourmet Tapas to Clonakilty Black Pudding and many other specialties including desserts, there will be no fear of you going hungry.  And to wash it all down there will be Guinness and more Guinness, a Champagne bar, Spanish wines and of course the nectar of the gods, Irish Whiskey.

For those energetic souls there will be Gaelic football on the beach for both children and adults, organized by the Costa Gael GAA Football Club. And for the little ones there will be a Bouncy Castle and Face Painting provided by Tina of Tina Kids.

Come and celebrate your Irish heritage or rediscover it.

For more information check out the Irish Club Marbella

The Irish Club Marbella

St. Patrick´s Day Festival Marbella

 

Festival Location: Marbella Marina Terrace

Sunday, March 17th

Time: 12.00 – 18.00

 

Participating Restaurants & Bars

The Hogan Stand/ Oscars

Aidan’s Bar & Grill

The Orange Tree

Beckitt’s

Mels Champagne Bar

The Claddagh Bar

The Playwright

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