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The Best Ways To Celebrate St. Patty's Day Virtually

Time to grab your green shirt and raise a glass of green beer. 🍀
The Best Ways To Celebrate St. Patty's Day Virtually

St. Patrick's Day 2021 has arrived but the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt daily life, making in-person celebrations difficult for the second year in a row.

You can, however, still find ways to celebrate, as there are many virtual celebrations that will allow you to enjoy the holiday safely from your couch.

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Oscar Wilde Walking Tour - Virtually walk through the famed Irish author's birthplace, college, and social haunts while learning about his history.

Celtic Bayou Virtual Festival - From March 14-17, you can enjoy authentic Irish music and some of the country's beloved movies from home. 

NYC St. Patrick's Day Virtual Parade - March 17

St. Patrick's Day At Home - March 17 - A virtual celebration broadcast from some of Ireland's famed pubs featuring music, Irish dancing, and special guests.

Boston's Virtual Irish Film Festival - March 17-21 

2021 Irish MASK-arade: A Drive-Thru St. Patrick's Day Celebration & Livestream - St. Paul, Minnesota, March 17

Forever Fest is bringing a free three-day festival to Toronto this week, and it will support the Legacy of Hope Foundation, an Inidengous charity that supports survivors of residential schools.

The festival will run from October 1 to 3 at Maple Leaf Forever Park and feature live Candian music with headliners like The Standstills, Skye Wallace and The Garden Rock Cover Band.

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The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) just dropped its list of all the featured films they will be showing at this year's festival, and the casts sure pack a Hollywood punch.

TIFF selected a grand total of 32 star-studded films for this coming year ranging from award-winning Broadway adaptations to haunting psychological thrillers.

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Osheaga Is Finally Coming Back To Montreal This Fall & Here's What You Need To Know

Tickets go on sale tomorrow and there are some big headliners!

Osheaga is finally returning to Montreal this fall after a year-long hiatus due to COVID-19, so get ready, festival-goers.

The music festival announced its anticipated return on Facebook with "OSHEAGA Get Together" on Thursday morning. According to the announcement, there will be three days of live music from Friday, October 1, to Sunday, October 3, with headliners like Jessie Reyez and more after multiple cancelled shows in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19.

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Ottawa’s Popular Music Festival Will Have A Vaccination Requirement This Year

Organizers are planning a vaccine pop-up before the festival!

If you want to party it up at the Escapade Music Festival (EMF) in Ottawa this September, you're going to need to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

EMF announced in a statement on Facebook on July 19 that the festival will return this fall from Friday, Sept. 3 to Sunday, Sept. 5.

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