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St. Patrick’s Day at Walt Disney World

Pam Brandon

by , Food Writer, Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort

Dancers at Raglan Road (Photograph by Diana Zalucky)
Get your green on and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Raglan Road at Downtown Disney, where the fun starts early – doors open at 11 a.m., with a $10 cover charge to get you in the door for the entire day (with free party favors, and a wristband that lets you come and go). Kids under 18 are free.

The real fun starts at noon with the 3-piece Irish band Creel with “darlin’ dancer” from Dublin, Danielle Fitzpatrick. The exuberant Myra Watters Dancers follow Danielle at 1 p.m., with the revelry continuing until 9:30 p.m. Elevation, the awesome U2 tribute band, starts at 10 p.m. and closes down the place.

Be a traditionalist and order those addictive Dalkey Duo sausages, a hearty Shepherd’s Pie or decadent fish and chips, then jump in the fun with games and competitions throughout the party with plenty of prizes.

No advance reservations, just show up at the door!

Comments

  • Hopefully next year i will be there for the Disney Internship program for St. Patty’s Day!! =D

  • Great photo, and this answers my question! You inspired me to write about 3/17 on my blog:
    First link comes right back here.
    Happy St. Pat’s Day!

  • I wish we could be there, but it is fun to go there anytime of year! And we never make a trip to Disney World without it! Cred mile felite!

  • If I could have afforded it this year, I would have been there in a heartbeat! Or should I say in a Bodhran beat!!!

  • It’s the dancers from Watters School of Irish Dance 🙂 Myra Watters is the founder and teacher.

    • Thanks for the correct name, we changed it!

  • if only there was something like Disneyland in England! i wish i was over there!

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