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Raleigh St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival


  • Saturday, March 17, 2018 10am-5pm

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The Raleigh St. Patrick's Day Parade and the Wearin' 'O the Green Festival Parade celebrates the great St. Patrick and Irish and Celtic Traditions and Culture. The festival has lots of food and drink as well as activities for kids on Leprechaun Lane. The Irish Village will have Celtic inspired jewelry and arts and crafts. Live music will be on the Shamrock 'n Roll Stage and the Celtic Street Stage all afternoon!

Associated Street Closures:

Associated Road Closures: Fayetteville Street between Martin Street and the south end of City Plaza and Davie Street between Salisbury Street and Wilmington Street will be closed from 6:00pm on 3-16-18 until 11:59pm on 3-17-18. N. Wilmington Street between Peace Street and E. Lane Street, Polk Street between N. Blount Street and N. Wilmington Street, and North Street between N. Blount Street and N. Wilmington Street will be closed from 8:00am until 12:00pm on 3-17-18. Morgan Street between Fayetteville Street and Wilmington Street will be closed from 9:00am until 12:30pm on 3-17-18.

The following roads will be closed from 9:50am until 12:30pm on 3-17-18 to facilitate the parade route: Start at the intersection of Wilmington Street and Lane Street, head south on Wilmington Street, right onto E. Morgan Street, left onto Fayetteville Street, right onto W. Martin Street, left onto S. Salisbury Street to finish.