The greenest day of the year is coming! Where people and things alike are dressed and painted in green. That’s right, St Patrick’s day is here and it’s happening all over the world on the 17th of March (just a gentle reminder in case you were living under a shamROCK). The popular Irish cultural day is widely celebrated around the globe and we are definitely NOT going to miss it.

We’ve gotten Irish winds that CHIJMES will be channeling their inner Irishmen and hosting an event: St Patrick’s Party at CHIJMES.

Get ready to raise your pints or Dr. Pepper cans for the non-drinkers (we don’t judge) because the party at CHIJMES is happening throughout the weekend of St Paddy’s day – all 3 days packed with Irish themed performances, dances, bands, food and beers! Get your friends, get your family, because there’s bound to be something for them that they’ll like. Here are some of the event details:

Fri 15 Mar (5pm-11pm)

Smells Like Last Friday Live Band Performance (2 sets) (time: 7.30pm & 9pm)

Irish Inspirational Dance Performance (1 set) (8.30pm)

Sat 16 Mar (5pm-11pm)

Smells Like Last Friday Live Band Performance (2 sets) (7.30pm & 9pm)

Irish Inspirational Dance Performance (1 set) (8.30pm)

Sun 17 Mar (3pm-11pm)

Lion City Pipe Band Performance (2 sets) (6pm & 7pm)

Irish Inspirational Dance Performance (1 set) (8pm)

Early Bird Promotion: You can purchase ONLINE ONLY food and drink tickets for $20 (U.P. $32) which gets you either Irish Rarebit, Truffle Nacho Cheese, Steak with Stout Gravy or Steak with Truffle Cheese (+$3) and 2 drinks! (choose from O’Hara’s Irish stout, 51st state IPA, Zeffer Apple Cider, Dr Pepper) This offer is only valid to be bought at Eventbrite before the 14th of March 2019 here:

The individual day’s live performances will all end by 10pm, however, if you’re still in the mood to make merry and show off your best Irish step dancing moves – you’re encouraged to stay till late, because honestly – St Patrick’s day is your perfect excuse to get your Irish on.

You wouldn’t be leaving the event saying “Irish I had another beer” (pun intended, I am funny I know) because Almost Famous Craft Beer Bar (The star of this show) has for us a buy 4 beers at $30 promotion or if you’d like, you could get delicious craft beers and ciders individually from the Ala carte Drink Menu:

O’Hara’s Irish Stout – $10

51st State IPA – $10

Zeffer Apple Cider- $10

or get yourself a Non-alcoholic drink: Dr Pepper – $5

We all know that St Patrick’s day isn’t all just about the beers and music, it is also about the tasteful Irish fare. As the famous Irish proverb goes: “Laughter is brightest where food is best.” Which is why Almost Famous Craft Beer Bar has specially crafted a whole range of dishes for us to feast on during the celebration so that we can all have the brightest laughs. You can grab all these exclusively made dishes at St Patrick’s Party at CHIJMES, Irish Rarebit ($5) Truffle Nacho Cheese ($8) Steak with Stout Gravy ($12) Steak with Truffle Cheese ($15). What better time is there to indulge in Irish food or try some Irish flavours for the very first time if you haven’t?

Almost Famous Craft Beer Bar specially crafted dishes for St’ Patrick’s day!

If you’re looking for a more familiar drink, head down to Frieda. Located at Capitol Singapore, #01-87 they have a beer promotion for you!

2 Guinness Pints at only $20++!

From Rome to Rio and from London to Las Vegas, over 300 buildings and sites around the world will turn a shade of green to celebrate St Patrick’s day. If the event isn’t Irish enough already ; CHIJMES, gazetted as one of the national monuments of Singapore, ain’t gonna miss out on this initiative! The special light projection show that will be turning CHIJMES Hall green, will take place from 8pm-11pm. Making CHIJMES as green as the iconic Irish green! Well, that’s a first. So be sure to join us and marvel at the rare sight!

Find out more here:

Ireland Tourism “Greening” CHIJMES Hall for St Patrick’s day.

One final warning – Remember to turn up in green or you might get pinched!

“Yeah, it’s St. Paddy’s Day. Everyone’s Irish tonight.” – Murphy MacManus