Here's the line up for tomorrow's St Patrick's Day SPF TV
Take a front row seat tomorrow for the final day of the national St. Patrick's Day Festival on the SPF TV channel.
A feast of Irish talent will keep all ages entertained throughout the day from the comfort and safety of your homes tomorrow from 9:30am until midnight.
Included in the festivities during the day will be a message from President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins at 10:52am with virtual tours, marching bands, traditional sessions, dancing, storytelling and more to bring the fun to your home.
Brendan Balfe and Dave Fanning offer us A Treasury of Irish Voices at 5pm while Pillow Queens, Gemma Dunleavy and Adam Mohamed bring us some of the best in Irish music from the Guinness Storehouse at 6:30pm. Barróg Lá Fhéile Phádraig, a gathering of the best Irish traditional musicians and singers, will be coming from Whelan's at 8pm followed at 8:55pm by Solas: Awakening Ireland, a magnificent short film illuminating Ireland's most beautiful rural landscapes and urban vistas in a spectacular lighting display. At 9pm Soulé will be performing from The Complex in Dublin followed by a farewell to the 2021 St Patrick's Festival with the Orchestra of Light from 9:30pm, a surprise spectable never before seen in Ireland.
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