St Patricks Parade – Ireland
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Cork St Patricks Parade
The Cork St. Patrick’s Festival will be madness as the street bursts into life with FREE family-fun entertainment including music, circus walkabouts and children’s workshops in the City Centre over the St Patrick’s weekend.
The Cork St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place in the heart of the City on 17th March
The Parade route runs from the South Mall to the Grand Parade, along St. Patrick’s Street and finishes at Merchant’s Quay.
Come join Cork as the streets burst into life with free family-fun entertainment as the centre of the city is set to become transformed by a riot of colour and sound. There will be something for everyone with food markets, street performers, musicians and marching bands bringing high-octane entertainment and lots of laughs.
With so much to choose from and events free, Cork is definitely the place to be for St. Patrick’s weekend
Dublin St Patricks Parade
The St Patricks Parade leaves Parnell Square North at 12 noon and takes approximately 2 hours to pass by
Galway St Patricks Parade
St Patrick’s Festival Galway aims to celebrate the cities diverse culture and talent through an inclusive programme of events
Pipe bands, dance groups and performance artists come from all over the world to Galway each year to experience a parade that is widely regarded as one of the best in Ireland.
The beauty of the Galway Parade is that it is small enough for group to truly feel a part of, yet big enough to create a special atmosphere. Up to 50,000 spectators line the streets each year and some of the narrow streets create an intimate cauldron that is an unforgettable experience for all participants.
The Parade start time will be 11.30am and finishing at approximately 1.00pm and will through the centre of the medival City, a 1.5 mile journey through narrow cobbled streets, turning onto long wide streets. The Parade route is thronged with spectators from start to finish, creating a non-stop carnival atmosphere
Limerick St Patricks Parade
The Parade route will be down through O’Connell St and passed the viewing stand which will be situated outside Penney’s.
The parade will then turn right and enter the Michael Street area, the designated dispersal zone.
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Waterford City St Patricks Parade
The Parade will follow the traditional parade route of coming down the Quays from the Bus Station onto The Mall and ending at the junction of The Mall and Parnell Street.
As usual a guest Grand Marshall will officially start the parade, keep your eyes on the local papers to find out who this year’s Grand Marshall will be. Past Grand Marshalls have included Keith Barry, Brendan Bowyer and Chris Doran.
The parade will will officially commence at 13.00 on 17th March and follow its usual route .
While there will be plenty of viewing points along the Quays, a reserved viewing area for people with disabilities will be available outside City Hall, The Mall. Parking will also be available on the day for people with disabilities in Bolton Street. Please note that there will be traffic restrictions on the day