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Scranton St. Patrick's Parade

 

SATURDAY • MARCH 2023 • DOWNTOWN SCRANTON 
 

The Scranton Saint Patrick's Parade is the largest annual celebration in Lackawanna County. “Parade Day” as it’s known locally, is one of the largest St. Patrick’s parades in the country, regularly attracting 150,000 spectators. Since 1962 the St. Patrick’s Parade Day Association of Lackawanna County has conducted this nationally acclaimed parade the weekend before the Feast of St. Patrick (St. Patrick’s Day). The parade boasts over 12,000 participants, including Irish groups and societies, bagpipers, high school and string bands, elaborate floats, Irish dancers, and much more!

 

Enjoy all the festivities of the parade and indulge in the local food and drinks. Stay the weekend and be sure to book your hotel room in one of our downtown Scranton hotels so that you're close to the action, or stay in one of our nearby hotels.

 

2023 Event Info Coming Soon
 

Parade Day Regular Schedule:
  • 10:00 AM    Parade Day Mass at St. Peter’s Cathedral
  • 11:00 AM    Brian P. Kelly Memorial 2 Mile Footrace starts
  • 11:45 AM    The parade steps off 
Parade Route:

The parade route is marked in green and begins on Wyoming Avenue in front of St. Peter’s Cathedral, proceeds through the streets of downtown Scranton, past the Lackawanna County Courthouse on North Washington Avenue, and ends after passing Lackawanna College.

 

 

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You won't want to miss the biggest party in Scranton! Check out some of the locals' favorite places to celebrate in Downtown Scranton.

 

Book your Hotel

Enjoy all the festivities of the parade, indulge in the wonderful food and drinks, and stay the night in one of our downtown Scranton hotels.  Or, stay in any of our area's other hotels.

 

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