The national St. Patrick's Day Parade returns after a two-year hiatus, winding its way through the streets of Dublin from Parnell Square to the Cuffe Street / Kevin Street Junction, delighting the hundreds of thousands who will join.
Today I will be cheering on the parade from my claddagh ring workshop windows on Dame street.
Hundreds of Ireland's most dynamic and imaginative performers, musicians, designers, choreographers, pageant engineers, artists, and makers have been working for the past six months to create Ireland's most ambitious street Parade ever in terms of innovation, scale, length, and participant numbers.
The Parade, which will be broadcast live on RTÉ and produced by Coco Content for RTÉ, will offer millions of people in Ireland and throughout the world an exciting new look and feel.
For both makers and fans, the 2022 Parade will be a fresh, ambitious, and daring new vision. With a battalion of world-class marching bands, new pageant contestants, and larger creative projects, including audience involvement and spectacular new artistic aspects.
You do not need tickets to attend the St. Patrick's Day Parade. Simply choose a vantage point along the route and take in the sights and sounds! However, there are a limited amount of Grandstand Seats available for purchase if you want to see the Parade. For an amazing VIP Parade experience, there are also some premium Hospitality Packages available.
Here a list of the Marching bands,
Clondalkin Youth Marching Band.
Wylie High School Band.
Cedar Rapids Metro Band.
Hardin Simmons University Marching Cowboy Band
University of Illinois
Morrisons Academy Scottish Pipe Band
Mullingar Town Band
Spirit of 52 Marching Band
Pride of Dayton Marching Band
University of North Texas
The Corning Painted Post Hawks Marching Band.
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