The Mahones to headline annual after-parade event at Lansdowne Park, celebrating Irish culture in the National Capital Region
Beau’s St. Patrick’s Party will make its return to the Aberdeen Pavilion in Ottawa, located at Lansdowne Park, on Saturday, March 16, 2019. The event will begin at noon, immediately following the St. Patrick’s Parade, and will run until 10:00 pm that evening, capping off the week-long Ottawa Irish Festival. The party is hosted by local craft brewery Beau’s in partnership with the Irish Society of the National Capital Region. It will showcase Canadian and Irish-themed musical entertainment, local craft beer, and local Irish-inspired cuisine sure to induce plenty of cheer.
Partygoers can expect a full day’s worth of musical entertainment, including headliners The Mahones, a legendary Celtic punk group hailing from Kingston. Also set to perform are three Quebec-based acts: self-proclaimed “guaranteed party” Irish Moutarde, heavy reggae band The Beatdown, and bringing a modern take on the traditional kBeau’s St. Patrick’s Party will make its return to the Aberdeen Pavilion in Ottawa, located at Lansdowne Park, on Saturday, March 16, 2019.itchen party, up-and-coming trio ÉTÉ. Additionally, returning favourites Mountain Tay, featuring Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Howard Hayes, will be on hand to deliver a slew of traditional Irish songs throughout the day alongside other local entertainers.
Beau’s St. Patrick’s Party also will be sure to satisfy craft beer enthusiasts. The event will be pouring more than a dozen different Beau’s beers, including Strong Patrick, an Irish-style red ale, aged in authentic Jameson® Irish Whiskey casks. A quenching selection of craft beer from Ontario guest breweries will also be available, including gluten-free beer from Glutenberg as well as hard cider from Flying Canoe and Partake alcohol-free beer. All can be paired with Irish-inspired cuisine from a variety of local vendors that will be on site.
Beau’s St. Patrick’s Party 2019 will take place on Saturday, March 16, at Aberdeen Pavilion, in Ottawa at Lansdowne Park, from 12 pm to 10 pm. Tickets can be purchased at www.stpatricksparty.ca. Tickets are $29 for adults aged 19 and older, and includes one beverage token per ticket. Minors aged 18 and younger may enter for $5, but must be accompanied by an adult. Ticketholders of all ages may ride OC Transpo for free from 9:00 am on March 16 to 1:00 am on March 17 by presenting their St. Patrick’s Party ticket to the bus driver.