St. Patrick’s Day 2024: Schedule and Accommodation at Leevin Hostel

The largest Irish event in the world is back. St. Patrick’s Day – is celebrated with great festivities in Ireland and dozens of countries around the world. In Dublin, a festival full of different activities takes place for several days, bringing together various types of attractions. Check out the highlights of the schedule below.

St. Patrick’s Day 2024 Parade in Dublin: An Unmissable Celebration

The St. Patrick’s Day event — is undoubtedly the biggest and most anticipated event of the festival and takes place on Sunday, March 17, 2024, starting at noon. There are about half a million spectators who gather every March to witness over 4,000 parade participants, including bands from around the world in a thunderous display of music and grandeur, extravagantly dressed artists, cascading troupes of colorful dancers, and a spectacular display of extravagant floats as they parade through the historic streets of Dublin. The parade starts from Parnell Street, passing through O’Connell towards Trinity College, Dame Street, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and finishing at Kevin Street.

Theme of the St. Patrick’s 2024 Parade

The theme of this year’s Festival and Parade is “Spréach,” the Irish word for “spark,” which represents the unique essence of Ireland- and the Irish people. It’s what sets us apart and what brings us together, and often it’s the reason why people from all over the world hold a special place in their hearts for the Irish people, place, and culture.

The Festival has worked with contest companies and partners to explore the different interpretations of “Spréach” – whether it’s the sparkle in the eyes of the Irish people that is so familiar, or the light of innovation and discovery so present throughout Irish history. “‘Spréach’ is about celebrating that uniquely Irish spark of life,” says the event’s announcement

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