Cool Irish Dance Music for Saint Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. What is your plan for the day? If you love Ireland, as you should, there are several things you can do to celebrate the day. Dancing to some Classic Irish tunes should be one of them. 

We understand that you may have thousands of songs on your playlist, but St. Patrick’s Day is not the day to embrace variety, unless your variety is restricted to Ireland. There are so many killer Irish jams that need a dedicated playlist all their own. Even if you aren’t a regular listener, it is worth giving them a listen. 

If you already have your “Irish Pride” playlist created, consider adding these songs and bands to your list if they aren’t there already. If you don’t have a playlist for St. Patrick’s Day yet, then make sure to check out the below cool Irish dance music to get you in the mood for the holiday: 

  • I’m shipping up to Boston – Dropkick Murphys 
  • Salty Dog – Flogging Molly 
  • The Irish Rover – The Pogues, the Dubliners 
  • The Rocky Road to Dublin – Van Morrison, The Chieftains 
  • I’ll Tell Me Ma – Van Morrison, The Chieftains 
  • Rattlin’ Bog – The Irish Descendants 
  • Whiskey in the Jar – The Dubliners 
  • Dirty Old Town – The Pogues 
  • Weila, Waile – The Dubliners 
  • Galway Girl – The Kilkennys 
  • Zombie – The Cranberries 
  • Rose Tattoo – Dropkick Murphys 
  • Shamrocks and Shenanigans – House of Pain 
  • Breathless – The Corrs 
  • Girl from Mars – Ash 
  • An Irish Pub Song – The Rumjacks 
  • What You Know – Two Door Cinema Club 
  • Dreams – The Cranberries 
  • Sunday Bloody Sunday – U2 
  • The Foggy Dew – The Chieftains feat. Sinead O’Connor 
  • Drunken Lullabies – Flogging Molly 
  • Beautiful Day – U2 
  • New York Girls – The Irish Rovers 
  • Love You ‘Till the End – The Pogues 
  • A Nation Once Again – Shamrog 

One special thing about this list is that it doesn’t just include the regular names like Dropkick Murphys, The Pogues, the Dubliners, and Flogging Molly. There are some interesting alternative bands here like The Cranberries, Ash, and Two Door Cinema Club. There is even a track from House of Pain. With this list, you will likely enjoy every aspect of your St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

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