The Clapham Grand will be transformed into a sea of green in London’s biggest and best celebration of Irish culture. ‘The craic’ has been embraced across the world and on 14th March, Paddy Fest will provide an unparalleled merry atmosphere with Guinness on tap, giant leprechauns, live traditional and Irish cover bands playing classic singalong tunes, entertainment and performances, Irish dancing troupe, traditional Irish food and much more. From 2pm to 9pm it’s an emerald all-dayer not to be missed…

On Saturday 14th March, Paddy Fest officially kicks off St Patrick’s Day weekend at The Clapham Grand with London’s biggest and best St Patrick’s day party. This celebration of all things Irish will see The Clapham Grand transformed into a spectacular sea of green, with fun-filled decor including giant leprechauns and stadium confetti cannons pumping out green confetti. For all those looking to enjoy the craic, face-painters will be on hand while Paddy Fest provides everything required for an emerald all-dayer including; Guinness on tap, live traditional and Irish cover bands playing classic singalong tunes, an Irish dancing troupe, and plenty more entertainment and performances. Guests will step into a proper St Patrick’s Day weekend knees up from 2pm through to 9pm, with DJs playing into the night. Paddy Fest delivers London’s ultimate St Patrick’s Day-themed shenanigans. Tickets start at just £16.50 with VIP at £26.50 from

The Irish have settled across the world and are famous for their sense of fun, but wherever they are they never forget the emerald isle they came from and St Patrick’s Day has become a worldwide celebration of this wonderful race of people. Paddy Fest is inspired by this celebration and guests won’t need the luck of the Irish to enjoy an unforgettable party. A ticket offers great value for all the entertainment included and those who purchase a VIP ticket will also receive fast track entry, an Irish-themed hat, handheld Irish flag and a packet of tayto crisps!

Ireland has given more music to the world than would seem possible for such a small country and Paddy Fest will make sure guests get to hear it all, from the sound of Irish folk music and the tapping feet of traditional Irish dancing, through to the best of classic Irish pop acts such as The Cranberries, Westlife, The Corrs, U2, The Pogues, Boyzone, Niall Horan, Snow Patrol, Ronan Keating, The Script, Ash, The Boomtown Rats, The High Kings, The Dubliners, The Thrills, Flogging Molly – the list goes on! The Paddy Fest live bands and DJs will keep the party going and the crowds singing along while the Guinness keeps flowing.
On 14th March it’s time to paint the town green and kick off the St Patrick’s Day celebrations with Paddy Fest.