St. Patrick’s Day parade times County Wicklow


St.Patrick’s Day Parade starting at 12 noon.


St. Patrick’s Day Parade starting at the earlier time of 12.30pm. The parade will commence on the Gorey Road and continue down the Main Street. Music and parade commentary will take place at the centre of the Main Street, and opposite St. Brigid’s Hall.


St. Patrick’s Day Parade shall begin at 2pm from Tesco car park proceeding down the Wexford Road, then Main Street, past the viewing stand opposite Bank of Ireland, and finishing at the Old House public house on Main Street.

Parade Grand Marshal has been announced as local man Christy Hersee. Christy has been dedicated to Arklow United FC for over 30 years and is current club President.


This year the parade will depart from Avon Motors at 12 noon on St Patrick’s Day and make its way to Market Square, where the viewing stand will be located, before heading down Main Street.

Grand Marshal is Mayo man Tony Battle who is a bit of a local hero in the area.


St. Patrick’s Day parade this year starts at 11.15am after mass. Starting from the national school. Tea and refreshments will be served at the Pavilion following the parade.

Aughrim’s parade this year will be Marshaled by local man Donncha Doyle.


The festival’s main event, the Bray Parade will kick off at 2 pm from the Town Hall to the viewing stand at the northern part of the Seafront.

The Parade Grand Marshal this year is Bray ‘Person of the Year’ Broadcaster Declan Meehan.


St. Patrick’s Day this year will start atGregory’s garage at 11.30am

The Grand Marshal will be St. Patrick himself.


Starting at Council Buildings at 3.15 and ending at Market Square.

Grand Marshal Eugene Dooley


St. Patrick’s Day parade starts at 12.30

The Grand Marshal this year is Declan Merrigan.

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