St. Patrick’s Festival Bray 2024

Bray is set to host yet another spectacular celebration with the return of the St. Patrick’s Festival and Parade

Get ready for a vibrant display of Irish heritage, community spirit, and cultural diversity as Bray’s St. Patrick’s Festival and Parade returns for another spectacular celebration.

The festivities kick off on Thursday, March 14th and continue until Bank Holiday Monday, March 18th, 2024, the festival promises an unforgettable experience for locals and visitors alike.

St Patrick’s Festival Bray – events

Come and join the celebrations in the county Wicklow town as the event offers a diverse range of activities suitable for all ages and interests.

  • witness the colourful and energetic Bray Parade
  • enjoy live music and dance performances
  • experience the exhilarating rides at Bird’s Euroshow Funfair
  • immerse yourself in the whimsical world of puppet shows
  • For those who prefer a more relaxed pace, there are informative talks and even yoga available, and unique face painting designs to choose from.
  • With so much to do, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!

St Patrick’s Day Parade

On Sunday, March 17th, the parade will explode onto the streets of Bray, celebrating the many cultures, communities and organisations of the town. The success of the parade is down to the contributions made by the local community, without whom it would not be possible.

The St Patrick’s Festival Bray committee is planning to provide a colourful display for the thousands of spectators, who visit Bray for the parade. There are several different categories of awards, the winners of which will be selected by the judges on the viewing stand.

The parade will kick off at 2 pm starting at the Town Hall and finishing at the reviewing stand on the Seafront.
Bray’s St. Patrick’s Festival and Parade are proudly brought to you by the Bray & District Chamber of Commerce, Wicklow County Council and

For more information visit St Patrick’s Parade Bray


"St Patrick's Day Festival Carnival Bray"