St Patricks Day

Organisation

Family Day

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Main Stage

The main stage will be packed with entertainment from old favourites like The Dargle River Band, Blackwater and Achtung Baby – The U2 Experience.
The Sydney’s St Patrick’s Family Day wouldn’t be complete without the many Irish Dancers who will also take to the stage.

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TimeEvent
12:45 pmDargle River Band
1:20 pmAustralian Dancing Association
1:40 pmNational Anthems of Australia & Ireland, Performed by Cameron Mather/Welcome by Gerard Ryan
1:55 pmKevin Kelly’s – BodhranWorld.com
2:05 pmCladdagh
2:40 pmBlackwater
3:15 pmSydney Irish Ceili Dancers (with CoolFinn Mac)
3:35 pmBest Float Award Presented by Gerard Ryan
3:45 pmMerchants Of Menace
4:15 pmKevin Kelly’s Bodhran World
4:25 pmSeamus Begley & Jim Murray
5:15 pmAchtung Baby – The U2 Experience
6:25 pmIreland Calling – The Entire Committee
6:30Event Close – Thank you
  

Citizenship Ceremony – 2.00pm
Citizenship Marquee (corner Park & Elizabeth St)

Join the celebrations, as residents become Australian Citizens at the annual Citizenship Ceremony. Celebrations commence with a traditional Aboriginal welcome.

TimeEvent
1:15 pmCliona Molins – Harpist
2:00 pmCitzenship Ceremony
3:15 pmCameron Mather
4:00 pmRory Faithfield
5:00 pmCoolFinn Mac
6:00 pmMaquee Closed


Childrens’ Area

The Childrens area will be full of fun things to do for the young and the young at heart. There will also be plenty of food and beverage stalls to keep visitors going on the day. The Childrens area is an alcohol free zone and children must be supervised by a responsible adult.

TimeEvent
12:30 – 5:00 pmJumping Castles & Obstacle Course
1:00 – 3:00 pmFace Painting
1:00 – 5:00 pmClown Entertainer
1:00 – 5:00 pmIrish Wolfhounds
2:00 – 4:00 pmGaelic Football Skills (with Cormac McAnallens GACSydney)
2:30 – 3:00Learn the Bodhran (with Kevin Kelly)
3:00 – 3:30Irish Music Workshop (with Cliona Molins)
3:30 – 4:00Learn the Bodhran (with Kevin Kelly)
5:00Area Closed

The above schedule of events may be subject to change

No Glass Policy

The Sydney St Patrick’s Day Org Inc. is committed to ‘no glass in the park’. Visitors to the city of Sydney. This is why visitors to the park will have their bags and eskies searched, any glass bottles or glasses will be removed. There are no exceptions to this policy.

No BYO Alcohol Policy

This park is a licenced venue. No BYO beer, wine, or alcohol of any kind will be permitted. All drinks must be purchased at the bar.

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