What made Emain Macha so special to the ancient people of Ulster? Why was this site so steeped in history and wonder that it drew St Patrick to the area to build his first church?
Celebrate the first light of St Patrick’s morning with St Patrick himself and the ancient people of Ulster.
Through the first rays of the morning sun cast an eye back to what life and faith may have been like before the arrival of St. Patrick and with our patron saint envisage the new future that Christianity had in store for our land. And afterwards, have breakfast with us, to the sound of live music.
Should you have any dietary or access requirements, please mention during the booking process and these will be accommodated as far as possible. Please email St. Patrick’s Festival, Armagh firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
This event takes place on Sunday 17th March at 5.30am until 8.00am at Navan Centre and Fort. Ticket price £25.00pp.
Please dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes, as part of this event is based outdoors.
Once purchased, your ticket is your property. St. Patrick's Festival cannot refund its value to you, nor exchange it for any other ticket under any circumstances. Where an event goes ahead we accept no responsibility for tickets that are unable to be used due to circumstances outside of our control, for example bad weather and transport difficulties.