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Join In The Fun At The St. Patrick's Day Parade & Festival

March 7, 2024

Experience one of the largest St. Patrick's Day parades in the country! Over a mile in length - you'll see some of the most exciting performers, festive floats, antique vehicles, marching bands & more!

The City of Hollywood and Hibernians of Hollywood are hosting the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival in Downtown Hollywood on Sunday, March 10th from Noon to 6:00 p.m. At 1:00 p.m. the parade will travel east on Hollywood Boulevard from 21st Avenue to Young Circle, returning on Harrison Street to 21st Avenue.

This year, the parade will feature dozens of festive floats, local marching bands and spectacular bagpipe and drum corps including the New York Police Department Emerald Society Pipe and Drum Corps. Anniversary Park will transform into the “Magic of the Emerald Isle” children’s activity area featuring games and crafts for youngsters of all ages. More than 80 vendor booths will also offer some one-of-a-kind finds. There is an exciting line-up of traditional Irish entertainment including roving performances by Uproot Hootenanny and Headliner U2 by UV The U2 Concert Experience on the stage at 19th Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.

Downtown Hollywood restaurants will be offering festival specials including Irish favorites like Corned Beef & Cabbage, Shepherd’s Pie and green-colored drinks! Event parking is offered at marked lots and City-operated garages.

For complete event information, please visit: - Or call the City of Hollywood Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts at: (954) 921-3404.

Water Matters Day
Stop by the City's Public Utilities booth at Water Matters Day to participate in interactive educational presentations about Stormwater Pollution Prevention, learn what not to flush to prevent sewer system damage and more about our drinking water. The will take place March 9th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Tree Tops Park in Davie. Environmentally friendly giveaways will also go along with the presentations. Learn more here:

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