London Irish's annual St Patrick's Party fixture has become a standout event in the rugby calendar, attracting supporters from all over Britain and Ireland. Now in it's 19th year, this season's occasion will be the last ever St Patrick's Party in its place of origin, the Madejski Stadium, before the club returns to West London for the 2020/21 season.
The Exiles' opponents for the inaugural St Patrick's Party game were Northampton Saints in 2001, when Irish prevailed 13-10. Fittingly, the Saints will be returning for the club's final outing in the Thames Valley, and London Irish will be looking for another victory to mark the occasion.
Off the pitch, there will be non-stop music and entertainment for all ages before and after the game, with guaranteed great craic!
Already confirmed, the MacManus brothers and Fionnghuala Devereux will be performing in the Supporter Village before the game, with fantasitc Irish rock band Miracle Cure taking to the stage after the match to keep the party going.
Inflatables, fairground rides and games will provide entertainment for all ages, along with giveaways, competitions, merchandise stalls, Irish coffees, face painting and an array of street food stalls in the Village.
The London Irish Community Choir will return with their annual performance on the pitch in the build up to kick-off, with half-time entertainment to keep supporters entertained in the break.
Tickets for the game are available from £32 for adults and £9 for children. Family tickets are available for just £54 including two adult tickets and two child/junior/over 65 tickets - working out at only £13.50 each.
To book your place at the party of the season, please click here or call 0118 968 1016.