Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant in Denver Celebrates St. Patrick's Day with a Week Full of Festivities

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For the 14th Consecutive Year, An Authentic Irish Pub in Denver Makes it Easy for Revelers to Raise a Glass to Charitable Causes and Irish Customs at the City’s Biggest Bash

Paddy's Day Revelers

March 10 - March 17 promises to be a week of Savage Craic

Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant located downtown at 1735 19th St. is once again throwing the biggest outdoor St Patrick's Day festival in Denver with celebratory events beginning on Thursday, March 10 and carrying on through Thursday, March 17 for a “Week of Savage Craic.” Craic (pronounced crack) is a common term used in Ireland to describe fun, entertainment, and enjoyable conversation with good friends. Savage craic means an epic party and is the theme of this year’s celebration. The “Week of Savage Craic” will close with a huge outdoor festival on St. Patrick’s Day where Fadó features the best mix of Irish music, food and entertainment in the city.

It'll be a week of Savage Craic this St. Patrick’s Day for locals and tourists alike!

Here's what we have planned for Denver's week of Savage Craic:

Purchase advance tickets here!
If you serve our communities in Fire, Police, Rescue, or Military, please bring your ID so you can skip the cover.

Friday, March 11th
Doors open at 11am. 21 & up after 5pm
Join us from 12:00pm to 6:30pm for our annual St. Baldrick’s charity event. The goal is $200,000 this year! Come hungry because 20% of all Food sales on 3/11 are being donated to the cause.

Alice 105.9 will be doing a live feed from 5pm to 7pm with Slacker & Steve. We’ll help you celebrate your good deeds for the day with an evening of great live music. From 7pm to 1am rock out with The Worthington’s as they play your greatest hits!

Saturday, March 12th - Parade Day!
Get in early for an Irish Breakfast. Doors open inside at 7am. We'll have a full day of sports and Irish entertainment. *Six Nations: France vs. Italy @ 7:30am ($20 Cover), Ireland vs Wales @ 10am ($20 cover). There’s no better way to kick off your St Patrick’s Day than with a pint of the black stuff and a traditional Irish breakfast.
Doors open to outside at 10am.
We're closing down the street and setting up a massive outdoor tent, beer garden and performance area.
Since it’s a family day out, we want your kids to have as much fun as you do! From 12pm - 4pm, we'll host a kids event outside including games and face painting.
21 & up after 4pm, sorry kids.

Also starting at 12pm we'll have over 10 hours of live music! There will be a village of inflatable pubs and the best mix of local music for any St Patricks Day celebration in Denver with Brian & Brendan Clancy followed up by Denver's favorite, The Indulger’s, Celtic Steps (Traditional Irish Dancers), Colorado Youth Pipe Band, The Worthington’s, a repeat performance by The Indulger’s and That 80’s Band to close the show!

*Remember - no outside food and beverage. No bikes.
Event entrance for the event is at 19th and Wynkoop.

Sunday March 13th
Doors open at 8am for brunch. Catch some of the Six Nations Rugby action with England vs Scotland at 9:00am (no cover)
10:00am to 12:30pm: Running of the Green

Monday March 14th
Pre Paddy's traditional Irish Session starts at 8pm till whenever the jiggin stops!

Tuesday March 15th
Join us for our pre Paddy's Darts Night at 7pm.

Wednesday March 16th
St. Practice Day
Corned Beef & cabbage dinner special 4pm to 10pm
Live music from The Wild Mountain Celts at 7pm
Bushmills & Baileys promotion 9pm to 10pm

Thursday March 17th - ST PATRICK'S DAY 2011
Doors open to inside at 8am. 21 & up after 4pm.
Doors open to outside at 12:00pm
There’s no better way to kick off your St Patrick’s Day than with a pint of the black stuff and a traditional Irish breakfast. Street Festival starts at noon and for the next 12 glorious hours you’ll enjoy the best line-up of music, perfect pints and craic that Denver has to offer.
Here's the music lineup starting at 12pm with Brian & Brendan Clancy, The Indulger’s, Celtic Steps, Colorado Youth Pipe Band, The Worthington’s, The Indulger’s and headlining again is Under a Blood Red Sky
*Remember - no outside food and beverage, no bikes.
Event entrance for the event is at 19th and Wynkoop.

More information is available at http://www.FadoIrishPub.com/denver/st-patricks-day-2011 Fadó is also using the hashtag #savagecraic on Twitter to keep customers and their friends up to date.

Fadó is an authentic Irish pub- it was originally designed and built in Ireland and then shipped to Denver. Fadó serves more Guinness than any other Irish pub in Denver, all of which is to the highest standards. All of our Guinness comes straight from St James Gate, Dublin, Ireland.

About Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant
Fadó (pronounced fuh-doe) Irish Pub and Restaurant opened in Denver in 1998. Fadó is distinguished by its genuine Irish hospitality, quality and craic (pronounced ‘crack’, a uniquely Irish form of fun).Fadó has been voted 'Best Of' by a number of local and national publications. Get more information at http://www.FadoIrishPub.com, http://www.facebook.com/FadoDenver, or on Twitter @FadoDenver

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