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Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Weekend Long with the Return of “Celtic Feis” at New York-New York Hotel & Casino, March 15-17

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day All Weekend Long with the Return of "Celtic Feis" at New York-New York Hotel & Casino, March 15-17
The Strip’s largest St. Patrick’s Day celebration, Celtic Feis, returns to New York-New York Hotel & Casino for a three-day bash on the Brooklyn Bridge, March 15-17. The weekend-long Irish festival will feature two parades, live music, entertainment and traditional Irish fare at the adjacent Nine Fine Irishmen.

“In its 10th year, New York-New York’s Celtic Feis celebration is a beloved tradition and this year will be the biggest yet,” said Brent Cook, Vice President of Food and Beverage at New York-New York Hotel & Casino. “We take great pride in creating the ultimate Irish experience for Las Vegas locals and visitors alike, an experience that has become one of the liveliest St. Patrick’s Day events on The Strip.”

Festivities kick off Friday afternoon, March 15 at 2 p.m. with a parade starting at Bliss Dance at The Park and continuing through the property to the celebration headquarters on the Brooklyn Bridge. Following the procession, the 2019 inductees into New York-New York’s famous “Wall of Fine” will be announced, recognizing employees who’ve gone above and beyond throughout the year. A Guinness welcome toast will follow to get the party started. The parade is complimentary and open to the public.

Celtic Feis continues Saturday and Sunday, March 16 and 17, with live entertainment – including festive Irish bands, stilt performers and leprechaun sightings – beginning at 11 a.m. on the Brooklyn Bridge. Daily admission to the Saturday and Sunday events starts at $10 and will be charged at the door. All attendees must be 21 years of age and older.

The St. Patrick’s Day celebration will kick into high gear at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 17, with a traditional Irish pipe band leading a parade from Bliss Dance at The Park, through New York-New York and to the Brooklyn Bridge, followed by an official Guinness toast. The parade is complimentary and open to guests of all ages. Immediately following the day’s opening ceremonies, the Celtic Feis celebration will open on the Brooklyn Bridge for ticketed guests.

Saturday and Sunday VIP packages start at $150 and are available for purchase at NewYorkNewYork.com. The packages include access to an exclusive VIP area and 10 beverages and five food items from Nine Fine Irishmen.

Throughout the weekend, Nine Fine Irishmen will serve its traditional Irish fare from 10 a.m. – 11 p.m., including signature dishes such as beer n’ cheese dip, shepherd’s pie, Irish bangers and corned beef and cabbage.

Performers and bands providing live music during the festival include Sheleighly’s, Sin E Ri Ra, Phoenix and Celtic Rockers.

For more information, visit NewYorkNewYork.com.