St. Patrick's Day 2019 | When is St. Patrick's Day Day 2020?

When is St. Patrick's Day 2019?

Since its opening, The main objective of the St. Patrick Festival was to organize an annual international festival on the National Day celebrated by the Irish. 

On Saint Patrick's Day, a national day celebrated in many countries of the world, on Saint Patrick's Day, everyone wants to be an Irish day.

St. Paul's Church We began to take this opportunity to completely change the national and international perception of Patrick's Day. This land is full of creative energy, ideas and enthusiasm to do its job. Our mission was to use them and make our national holidays unforgettable for everyone.

Why Did It Start?

Present the national festival held among the largest festivals in the world.

Creating energy and enthusiasm in Ireland through innovation, creativity, community participation and marketing.

People of Irish descent (and, sometimes, those who want to be Irish) have the opportunity to participate in fictitious and meaningful celebrations.

Present an image with international precision of Ireland as a creative, professional and highly developed state.

First street Patrick's festival was on March 17, 1996, and since then it has become a 4-5 day celebration.

Today, the country celebrates Saint Patrick's Day with holidays and shows. The festival takes place in Dublin for a few days. Patrick's footsteps include activities such as street shows and Irish beer.

A special meal is not recommended on St. Patrick's Day, but the main choice is lamb stew, patina cake, bacon, beans (mashed potatoes and cabbage) and soda bread.

In general, during the holidays and generally drink a lot, especially the bush and includes green beer (beer was added to the traditional colour of St. Patrick). It is the traditional colour of St. Patrick of the seventeenth century, when he replaced the green and blue square.

See also Native Americans Day and St. Patricks Day.


Dates for St. Patricks Day from 2019 to 2025

  • St. Patricks Day 2020 - March 17, 2020 - Tuesday
  • St. Patricks Day 2021 - March 17, 2021 - Wednesday
  • St. Patricks Day 2022 - March 17, 2022 - Thursday
  • St. Patricks Day 2023 - March 17, 2023 - Friday
  • St. Patricks Day 2024 - March 17, 2024 - Sunday
  • St. Patricks Day 2025 - March 17, 2025 - Monday