PINS Social Club have announced plans for their annual St Patrick’s Day celebrations.
The Duke Street venue is hosting numerous events to celebrate the cultural and religious celebration of Irish life, with a party on The Roof a core feature. March 17 will see a day of entrainment on what PINS claim is Liverpool’s “largest heated and covered roof top bar.”
PINS added that the bar will take “inspiration from Irish American themes”. Guests are promised whisky shots, a Guinness bar and food.
There will also be music, including a fiddle band and DJ, as well as a pop up tattoo studio from Three Six Nine Tattoos. The party will start at 12pm, with live music will start at 1.45pm and tattoos available 15 minutes later.
The DJ set will take place from 6pm until late. Downstairs in the main bar there will be live music from the PINS Friday Night Bandstand running until midnight, with a Happy Hour from 5-7pm.
PINS are also inviting all, even those with a “sore head”, for brunch in the lobby the next day, which will also feature a pop-up from local independent Press Bros Coffee. As usual, the Pins Parade will take place after the match.
This line-up of DJs, live music and performers is said to have become “one of the biggest nights in the city”. PINS General Manager Jamie Finn said: “We’re really looking forward to St. Patrick’s this year – it’s got a long tradition in the city and last year The Roof was the place to be.
He added: “The pop up tattoo studio and entertainment planned really sets us apart from the rest, there will be nowhere better to be.”
Entry to the event is free. Booth and group packages can be booked via the PINS website here.