Festival in Dublin: St Patrick’s Day 2015


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The St Patrick’s Day Festival in Dublin has always included a theme for its celebrations each year.

For the first time in its history, the organizers of the Festival have created a three-year theme. For 2014, 2015 and 2016, the Festival Parade theme will explore Ireland’s Past, Present and Future.

St Patrick’s Day Parade

This year’s St Patrick’s Day Parade will include the usual carnivals, fun and free entertainment and amazing street pageants.  Whereas last year’s theme “Let’s Make History” drew on the past, the 2015 Festival Parade theme ‘Celebrate Now’ will be brought to life by leading pageant companies on March 17th with their creative and thrilling performances. The many pageants this year include:

  • Spraoi – Brave New World
  • Artastic – Wow O’Clock
  • City Fusion – Present Exploded
  • Brighter Futures – We are Magic, and much more

The St Patrick’s Festival Parade officially opens the St Patrick’s Day celebrations with marching bands from Ireland, Germany, and the USA livening up the streets and getting feet tapping as they march through the heart of Dublin city.  At the end of the parade, you can head for the Irish Craft Beer Village and enjoy some Irish craft beer, food and music.

St Patrick’s Parade Route

The Parade begins as usual on Parnell Square and continues on to O’Connell Street and over O’Connell Bridge to Westmoreland Street.  It then winds it’s way down Dame Street and Lord Edward Street and then passes by Christchurch Cathedral and along Patrick Street where it finishes just past St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

St Patrick’s Festival is the biggest event of the year and if you’re planning on being in Dublin around St. Patrick’s Day, it’s advisable to book your Dublin hotel before you arrive.

See St Patrick’s Festival Events here >

Lá Fhéile Phádraig Sona Daoibh!

Event :  St Patrick’s Festival

Venue:  Dublin City

Dates :  March 14 – 17th, 2015

Parade Route:

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St Patrick’s Day Parade Route, Dublin

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