Cheltenham Races 2023 is The Best Place to go in Bristol During Race Week

As well as many people in Bristol traveling to Cheltenham to watch the action, many racegoers attending the biggest event on the National Hunt calendar will be staying overnight in Bristol.

Cheltenham Races St Patrick’s Day on 17 March

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As usual, the Cheltenham Races coincide with St Patrick’s Day on 17 March. So whether you’re looking to spend your winnings or wash away your post-racing sorrows, Bristol is the perfect place to get the party going. Preferably with a pint of Guinness in hand. There are six venues in Bristol with an Irish theme during the next few days as all eyes turn to one of the most important dates in the sporting calendar.


O’Neill will be keeping the party going all week until Sunday (March 19), which they promise will be an authentic ‘Irish craze’ as well as drink specials. Download O’Neill’s app for exclusive offers on Guinness and – if your name is Patricia or Patrick – there’ll be a complimentary pint of the dark stuff waiting for you.

St. Paddy de Slay in the Old Market Assembly

Irish drag, live Celtic folk punk, and loads of craze are on offer this Friday at Old Market Assembly. The line-up includes Glastonbury festival veteran Ninochka. A trio playing Irish folk at their finest and promoting the launch of their new EP, Shipshape and Bristol Fashion. Also on the bill are De Ryder and Macha-Zoo, who channel their Celtic roots by lip-syncing and Irish step dancing.

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