Walt Disney World’s Raglan Road welcomes The Maguires band during Mighty St. Patrick’s Day Festival

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If you are looking for a family friendly way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Orlando, get yourself to Raglan Road at Disney Springs! Raglan Road will host eight bands that perform various styles of Irish music from noon to 1 a.m. during the celebration. New this year is The Maguires, a family band from Wicklow. They play traditional Irish music and modern songs, both favorite covers and their own original music.
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U2 Tribute Band Elevation to Rock Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival at Raglan Road

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The 2018 Mighty St. Patrick's Festival will be held at Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant in Disney Springs this coming March 16-18. Award-winning bands, including U2 tribute band Elevation and traditional Irish band The Maguires, are lined up for three nonstop days of live music, Irish dance, first-rate food and fun. Guests can enjoy a selection of beers, spirits and craft cocktails to pair with pub grub and more elegant Irish fare while musicians and dancers perform on multiple stages, indoors and out, from noon-1:30 a.m. March 16 and 10 a.m. until 1:30 a.m. March 17 and 18. On St. Patrick's Day, guests will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis with a cover charge of $10 for each guest age 18 and older. Reservations can be booked for other festival days by calling 407-938-0300. The entertainment schedule will be posted at raglanroad.com.
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St. Patrick’s Day at Raglan Road Irish Pub at Disney Springs

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you all! In celebration, here are photos from the Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant located in The Landing of Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. Now, you would expect a rousing time there on St. Patrick’s Day but Raglan Road has expanded it to host the Mighty St. Patrick’s … Continue reading "St. Patrick’s Day at Raglan Road Irish Pub at Disney Springs"
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“I’d Ate the Back Door Buttered Ma!”

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Raglan Road, an authentic Irish restaurant and pub located at Downtown Disney, held a special event recently to celebrate St. Patrick's Day as well as to launch the new cookbook written by Neil Cubley and Chef Kevin Dundon, who co-owns the restaurant. Jack Spence reviews the event and talks a bit about the new cookbook.
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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration Invites Wearin’ of the Green at Downtown Disney March 7-17

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Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant and all of Downtown Disney will be the site of a number of various St. Patrick's Day celebrations now through March 17. There are nightly performances by Irish bands, complimentary face painting inside Raglan Road, stilt walkers, living statues, children's activities and plenty of St. Patrick's Day memorabilia. New this year: the four Disney Food Trucks will serve up delicious eats each evening of the festival at Downtown Disney West Side. Guests can even purchase Fisherman's Pie at the World Showcase of Flavors Food Truck, a favorite dish from the Ireland kiosk at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. On Monday, St. Patrick's Day, guests at Raglan Road will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis with a cover charge of $10 for each guest age 18 and older. Reservations can be booked for other festival days by calling 407-938-0300.
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Raglan Road Celebrates ‘Mighty St. Patrick’s Festival’ March 14-17

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Downtown Disney Pleasure Island guests can embrace their inner Irish and celebrate the most authentic St. Patrick's Day festivities in town March 14-17 at Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant. Live Irish music, dance and authentic cuisine by Irish celebrity chef Kevin Dundon headline a spirited long weekend dubbed the Mighty St. Patrick's Festival. Guests ready to "get their green on" can participate in festivities that run from 6 p.m. until 1 a.m. March 14 and 15 and from noon until 1 a.m. March 16 and 17. The lineup of Irish band performances begins with a festival kickoff March 8-10 by The Willis Clan, a family of artists and musicians who merge their Irish roots with other music and dance genres to create a unique style.
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