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The whole Santafesina brewing tradition meets with shows of all kinds at the feast of St. Patrick. We'll tell you what's coming.
Belgrano Station is an old train station that, several years ago, was recovered as a space for events. On Friday 13 and Saturday 14 March, it will again be the place chosen for the Feast of St. Patrick. Santa Fe is once again dyed green with a new edition of this traditional Irish party. It will be the eleventh anniversary of this celebration in holy lands . As in every occasion, from the organization promise many surprises.
In addition to the best local and national beers , throughout the weekend you can enjoy typical meals, the presentation of Asturian bands with their bagpipes and traditional costumes, and local and national rock and pop groups.
The fact that the holiday in a city such as Santa Fe gives it a special ingredient, related to the weather. In Ireland, the cradle of this celebration, and in European capitals, for being in the Northern Hemisphere, this brewing meeting is marked from the cold. In those lands, the winter is just about to end. The Santafesino heat merits the perfection with a proposal for a brewer meeting. Approximately 20 thousand people are expected at the event, according to the logic of previous issues, between which a similar number is averaged.
Among the artists who will contribute their music will be Richard Coleman, legend of our national rock (prolific composer and former guitarist of Cerati). But this space always gives its place to local musicians. On this occasion, bands that perform tributes will participate, a category that is very fashionable in the city. They will play The Golden Days (rockabilly), Sonen Raiz (reggae) and The Socks (Rolling Stones).
On March 17, the recalls, in Ireland, the the death of Patricio, preacher of the year 400, who became the patron of those lands. In time, became a popular celebration, in which beer runs to mansalva. Irish culture spread throughout the world, chiefly, with the running of the twentieth century.
He hit. a lot of custom in Argentina. Apparently, the Irish and Argentines are sistered by a certain rivalry with England (Catholics and Protestants and political issues). Saint Fe, being a brewing land, became an inescapable destination of St. Patrick's
Publication Date: 08/03/2020