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[Sponsored content] The Entertainment Quarter hosts an Irish shenanigan

Following St Patrick's Day the Entertainment Quarter will be transformed into an Irish extravaganza, with a parade, craft stalls, live music and kid's activities. On Sunday (the day after St Pat’s Day) the precinct will be going green, bursting with plenty of themed fun.

The big drawcard for the festival is the live music line up, showcasing the best Irish and folk bands from across Australia. The main stage will host the talents of Blackwater, the Bottlers, the Soniks, Ingleburn Pipe Band, Mark Oats, Cara Kavanagh, and Susan O‘Neill. There will also be a side stage with more music and Irish dancers. To keep you fed and watered, there will also be plenty of food stalls cooking up Irish classics and a fully catered bar. 

Around 35 per cent of Australians have some Irish ancestry, and this afternoon will celebrate the shared cultural heritage with song, dance, snacks and more. The event is also free. Sláinte!


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