Raglan Road Celebrates Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival in Downtown Disney March 13-17, 2015

Mighty St. Patrick's Festival at Raglan RoadCelebrate St Patrick’s Day at the most Irish spot at Walt Disney World when Raglan Road hosts their annual Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival March 13-17, 2015

The event will feature award-winning Irish and American bands and quick-stepping Irish dancers. Among the bands participating are Scythian, Reel Ó Gránde, The West Coast Trio, 3 Dollar Band, The Brayzen Heads, and Drops of Green.

They will be joined by the Raglan Road Dancers to entertain the crowd. Complimentary face painting will also be available during the event, on Saturday, Sunday, and Tuesday.

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Downtown Disney and Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant Hold a Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival Through March 17, 2014

Downtown Disney isn’t just throwing a St. Patrick’s Day event for one day. Nope. in conjunction with Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant, Disney is throwing a huge eleven day Irish party called the Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival that runs through March 17th.

Mighty St. Patrick’s FestivalThere will be nearly 10 top Irish bands and pro dancers performing on three stages during select days of the festival. Among those scheduled to perform are The Willis Clan, Elevation, Goitse, Three Dollar Band, We Banjo 3, The Raglan Rebels, The Brazen Heads and Raglan Road house bands Creel and The West Coast Trio. Performances start nightly March 7-14 from 5pm to 1am, and daily noon until 1am March 15-17 on stages indoors and out.

Also on tap are a hearty selection of beers, food by Irish celebrity chef Kevin Dundon of Raglan Road, complimentary face painting inside Raglan Road, stilt walkers, living statues, children’s activities and plenty of St. Patrick’s Day memorabilia.

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Orlando This Weekend: Nov 19-21, 2010

Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are some suggestions:

November 19:

  • The Ataris at Backbooth – $10
  • Florida Classic Battle of the Bands at the Amway Center – $15-$25
  • Light Up UCF at University of Central Florida – Free; Skating additional
  • Jim Lauderdale at The Plaza Theatre- $10-$20
  • Dax Riggs at The Social – $10
  • Talking with Gods documentary screening at The Geek Easy – $5 members/$8 non-members
  • Tiesto at UCF Arena – $50
  • Warrant at The Garage Bar in Sanford – $15

November 20:

  • 13th Annual Florida Classic After Party w/ Doug E Fresh at House of Blues – $40-$55
  • Afterglow Radio at The Haven in Winter Park – Free
  • Art of the Highwaymen Weekend (meet the artists) at the Orange County Regional History Center – $9 / $15 weekend pass
  • Audubon Park Beer Festival in Audubon Park – $25 advance / $30 day of + canned food for donation
  • Before You Exit (CD Release Party) at Backbooth – $8
  • DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts in DeLand – Free
  • Earthbound Misfits presents the Music of Pink Floyd at The Plaza Theatre- $17.50
  • Feile Irish Fest at Blue Jacket Park – $10 advance/$15 at gate
  • Florida Classic Football at Citrus Bowl – $10-$200
  • Elton John and Leon Russell at Daytona Ocean Center – $45-$135
  • Light Up UCF at University of Central Florida – Free; Skating additional
  • Tyrone Wells at The Social – $13
  • Winter Park Harvest Festival in Winter Park – Free

November 21:

Celebrate the First Annual Orlando Feile in Baldwin Park

It’s not St. Patrick’s Day, but if you feel like getting a bit o’Irish on, then you’ll definitely want to check out this weekend’s first annual Feile in Baldwin Park.

This Irish Music and Culture Festival is taking place Saturday, November 20, 2010, at Blue Jacket Park, located in the Baldwin Park neighborhood of Orlando.

Local Irish pubs will be serving up food, as well as drink specials like $5 carbombs and Guinness pints.

Entertainment will come via bands like The Young Dubliners, Off Kilter and more. There will also be a “Little Leprechaun” kids zone for the little ones.

The event runs 1pm to 10pm. Admission is $10 in advance and tickets can be bought at Paddy Murphy’s (Baldwin Park), Liam Fitzpatrick’s (Lake Mary) and Hagan O’Reilly’s (Winter Garden). Tickets can also be bought day of at the gate for $15, or $10 with a can of food to donate to the Hope Foundation. Children under 13 are free.

This Feile (pronounced Fay-La) sounds like it could be fun.

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