An Instagram page is believed to be organising a large rave on March 17th.
Organisers, who haven't revealed their identity, say they don't want to "have another miserable paddys day".
The location of the rave hasn't been revealed either, but the page promises the exact address will be shared 12 hours before the event.
So far over 300 tickets have been sold, costing €20 a pop.
Organisers have described Covid-19 as a hoax and think restrictions will lift on March 5th.
Government Expected To Extend Restrictions
Meanwhile, the Government have other plans for St Patrick's Day and they don't involve raves.
A draft plan is currently being worked on and its expected it won't include a set date for reopening.
A ban on indoor gatherings and hospitality's to remain, with government focusing on a staggered return of schools and construction.
While the Rave's Instagram page say they plan to "party hard", organisers could be subject to a €500 fine.
And a warning, if you're temped to go, attendees are liable for a €150 fine too.