[CLOSED] Win Guinness Celebration Packs for St Patrick’s Street Festival!

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Photo courtesy of Guinness

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 Timbre@The 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 Winners must reply within 24 hours with contact details, failure of which will result in prizes being withdrawn.



About Author

Katherine Goh is the managing editor and co-founder of Asia 361. On days when she is not writing, she spends her time dreaming of becoming a travel photographer. For editorial matters, she can be reached at email: [email protected].

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