Join Guinness in a week-long extravaganza featuring a wide array of activities from foot-tapping Irish dance and music performances to mouth-watering food and drink specials available all across Singapore.
The extravaganza promises to be energetic and fun-filled. Among the action to be caught include a tribute to Irish music by local singing duo Jack & Rai at [email protected] Substation, and a battle among international top chefs at the 19th Guinness Oyster Opening Championship at Muddy Murphy’s. Expect all these and more special Guinness offers.
A key highlight of the extravaganza is the St Patrick’s Street Festival at Boat Quay and Circular Road. Supported by Guinness, the free-for-all street festival kicks off on 13 March and will culminate in a St Patrick’s Day parade on 15 March.
As the Irish say, Pionta Guinness, le do thoil. (A pint of Guinness, please.)
Some Fun Facts:
- St Patrick was not Irish; he was actually from Wales.
- The real name of St Patrick is Maewyn Succat.
- The GUINNESS® story began in 1759 when Arthur Guinness, a second generation brewer, left the small brewery he ran in rural Ireland, to acquire what was then a disused brewery at St James’s Gate, in the heart of Ireland’s capital city, Dublin.
To celebrate St Patrick’s Day, we are giving away 4 sets of a Guinness celebration kit packed with exclusive Guinness goodies, including Guinness drink coupons for the St Patrick’s Street Festival (13 – 15 March) at Boat Quay.
To win, simply ‘like’ our Asia 361 Facebook page and comment on our Guinness post on Facebook in the format: “I want to celebrate St Patrick’s Day with <tag your friend> at Boat Quay!”
* Open to residents of Singapore only.
* Contest ends 11 March 2015, 12 midnight (Singapore time).
* Winners will be notified via Facebook on prize collection details. Winners must reply within 24 hours with contact details, failure of which will result in prizes being withdrawn.