“Mighty” St. Patrick’s Day Festival Returns to Raglan Road in Walt Disney World


Walt Disney World is the best place to celebrate virtually anything, so why not St. Patrick’s Day?

Raglan Road in Disney Springs will once again play host to a three day St. Patty’s event that begins at noon on March 16 and runs through March 18.

The St. Patrick’s Day Mighty Festival will feature live music, dancing and — of course — food and craft beers.

From the Disney Parks Blog…

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If you love live music, this is your chance to discover incredible Irish entertainment that rivals anything you’ll find on the Emerald Isle. The line-up includes Young Dubliners, dubbed one of Celtic rock’s hardest working bands; well-known U2 tribute band, Elevation, back by popular demand; The Maguires, a family band called “brilliant” by IrishCentral news; Briste, an inspiring all-female trio; The Byrne Brothers, featuring Dempsey (age 8), Finn (age 11) and Luca (age 13) playing alongside their father Tommy; and Reel Republic, hailing from the southwest corner of Ireland. These acclaimed musicians will be joined by The Raglan Roots Coalition and Out the Gap – the pub’s very own house bands, each talented in their own right.

Seating will be tight on March 17, which falls on a Saturday this year. It will be on a first come, first served basis. To make sure you don’t miss out, you can book a reservation on the 16th or 18th by calling 407-938-0300. There will be a $10 cover charge for guests 18 and over.

[Source: Disney Parks Blog]

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