The next Golden Anniversary of Ireland’s Independence Day will be on February 14, 2018, which will be a day commemorating the anniversary of the Rising of the Irish Volunteers, the first Irish Army unit that fought in the Easter Rising.
This year, the celebrations will be commemorated with the biggest ever Irish Beer Festival, which takes place in Galway.
The festival, which is due to run from February 16 to March 8, will feature over 100 craft beers from Ireland, Scotland and across the United Kingdom.
Ireland will also hold a day of national celebration on March 11, 2018.
This comes after a number of events in recent years, including the launch of the country’s first beer festival, and the reopening of the national parliament.
However, the event could also be overshadowed by a potential war with the United States.
The Irish government has warned that there is “no guarantee” that the US would remain neutral during the conflict.
The US has been fighting the US-led coalition against the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria since 2014, with a new US-backed military operation in the country scheduled for this year.
The war has also resulted in an increased number of US troops being deployed in the region.
The conflict has also forced the United Nations to suspend the annual UN General Assembly, due to be held in March.