Dublin Airport is sponsoring a Family Day as part of this year’s St Patrick’s Festival celebrations.
This year’s extended national celebrations for St. Patrick’s Day will take place from Saturday 12 March to Saturday 22 March.
The theme for this year’s celebration is ‘CONNECTIONS’, as St. Patrick’s Festival invites the world to reconnect in Dublin after the challenges of recent years. st. Patrick’s Festival 2022 will encourage people across the world to connect and celebrate the festival.
The National St. Patrick’s Day Parade will return on 17 March.
Dublin Airport is expecting more than 720,000 passengers to arrive for St.Patrick’s Day.
A new addition for 2022 is the Festival Quarter at the National Museum of Ireland, a day to night urban festival which will host a variety of events and activities.
On Saturday, March 19, the airport will host a range of family-friendly entertainment and activities. There will be music, theater, games, entertainment, and play. In the evening, Dublin Airport will also support a ticketed event for adults; including comedy, music, poetry performances and panel discussions and much more.
Vincent Harrison, Managing Director of Dublin Airport, said: “We have always been incredibly proud to partner with the St Patrick’s Festival, but this year feels particularly special. Dublin Airport prides itself on connecting Ireland to the rest of the world and we are excited to see people connect and celebrate in gusto for the first time since 2019”.
Anna Mcgowan, St. Patrick’s Festival Director, Anna McGowan said: As Ireland finally throws open its doors to international travel, St. Patrick’s Festival is thrilled to welcome Dublin Airport onboard once again as a Program Partner in 2022. ‘Saturday at Festival Quarter in partnership with Dublin Airport’ will feature a packed program of activities running from day to night.
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