3-day St. Patrick’s Day celebration features Irish food, music and dance at Walt Disney World Raglan Road Pub & Restaurant

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Raglan Road Dancers in Red at Disney Springs

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In honor of St. Patrick’s day coming up this Saturday, the Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant at Walt Disney World’s Downtown Disney Pleasure Island begins a three-day celebration today, continuing through March 17, 2012, offering authentic Irish food, music and dance performances.

Tonight and tomorrow night, Murphy’s Law and The Irish Rogues are performing on the Raglan Road patio at 6 p.m. and house band Creel on the restaurant’s main stage at 7 p.m. When St. Patrick’s Day arrives Saturday, March 17, non-stop entertainment kicks off at noon with Creel, The Raglan Road Dancers, more outdoor entertainment and a special appearance by U2 tribute band Elevation. A $10 cover charge applies on March 17 for guests 18 and older.

Video: Irish music and dancers at Raglan Road

On St. Patrick’s Day, Raglan Road doors open at 11 a.m. Guests can order from Raglan Road’s dinner menu throughout the day, which includes the authentic Irish dish of St. Patrick’s Day — loin of bacon and cabbage.

Outside of Raglan Road, Pleasure Island will host stage performances by The Wyndbreakers — Florida’s own “neo-traditional, pub-rockin’, guitar pickin’ Celtic” musicians; Celtic Wave, with its own traditional Irish flair; and Celtic Nova, putting its own twist on popular lrish tunes. Family-fun activities will include face painting and stilt walkers, and St. Patrick’s Day souvenirs will be in abundance.

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