St Patricks Day is a national holiday over which the ‘owners’ of the festival, the Irish people, stand proud. It sets out to reflect the talents and achievements of Irish people on many national and world stages, and it acts as an exciting showcase for the manifold skills of the people of Ireland, of every age and social background.
Traditional Irish music is a full body experience: the upbeat tempos compel you to dance a jig, clap your hands and join in. And that's what traditional Irish music is all about, joining in and having the craic (fun).
Headliner helps you source and book great musicians and bands for your wedding, party or corporate event. Find and hire local St Patricks Day bands for your event.
Why use Headliner to book music
Headliner is the leading technology platform for booking music. We bring world class musicians together with bookers and event professionals. Our easy to use system takes the hassle out of finding and hiring live music and DJs for events, so that you can continue planning your event knowing that the music is all taken care of. Booking through Headliner means that you get to use our safe and secure payment system, and you have access to thousands of professional, vetted musicians. Read more in our FAQ section.
How to book music
Booking is easy… Use our search to filter by genre, location and price. You can favourite the acts you like the most, so that you can come back and find them any time. When you are ready to book, get in touch with the artist through their profile to check availability and details, before placing a deposit to secure their performance. Sorted!
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