Bray – St. Patrick’s Parade

"A St Patrick's Day Family Event In Ireland"

St. Patrick’s Parade in Bray 2017

The St Patrick’s Parade will be the ultimate climax of the Bray festival and explode onto the streets of Bray, celebrating the many cultures, communities and organisations in Bray. The success of the Parade is down to the contributions made by the local community, without whom it would not be possible.

Arts, Youth, Sporting and Community groups across Bray are take part  to get there hands on the awards that are up for grabs

Parade starts at 15.00 at the Town Hall top of Main Street, and continues down the Quinsboro Road turning left onto Seymour Road, right onto Seapoint Road and concludes on the Strand Road.

This is part of a Festival, which hosts Irelands largest ever St Patrick’s Day Festival Carnival Bray.

Traffic Information

The Traffic Management plans will be strictly enforced on St. Patrick’s Day

  • Local access only to the Seafront and Main Street areas from 13.00.
  • Road closures will operate between 14.00 until 17.00
  • If travelling by car, please arrive early.
  • Do not abandon cars in Town Centre / Seafront before or during parade. Parking laws will be enforced.

St. Patrick’s Eve Free Concert

A cultural concert from some of Bray’s musicians and choirs. Join in for a wonderful evening featuring: Comhaltas Bhré, Bray Ukuleles, Serendipity Barbershop Choir, Chiéle Community Choir, Rustic Worship (Christ Church) plus many more…

Date: Thursday 16 March

Where: Holy Redeemer

Time: 8:00 pm

Free Event –

The Funfair Mile

Once again Bray welcome back Bird’s Euroshow Funfair, the largest funfair in the country. All your favourite rides will cover Bray’s mile long seafront. This year it boasts 20 rides and welcomes 4 new additions that are sure to give you the thrill of your life. Rides include the dreaded Ghost Train, the dizzy Waltzer, the colourful Carousel and of course Bounce World for the children so there should be something for all of the family.

The Funfair will run from the 16 to 19 March from 12.00 to 22.00 each day


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