When: March 14th, 2020 @ 10 AM
Where: Downtown Raleigh- 400 Fayetteville Street
Start Time: 10 AM
The 38th annual parade is quite the experience. Downtown Raleigh will be clad in green as they turn the streets into a spectacle of fun in honor of Saint Patrick’s Day.
The event kickoff is the parade at 10 AM. It features live music including bagpipes of course. Fayetteville street will be lined with shopping vendors, exhibitors, food vendors and more! You will also see two musical stages with the following lineups.
Shamrock ‘n Roll Stage – 2020
11:30 US Fleet Forces – Four Star Edition!
Wake District Pipes
Courthouse Steps Stage – 2020
12:00 NC State University Pipes and Drums
12:20 Triggle Academy of Irish Dance
12:40 Inis Cairde School of Irish Dance
1:00 Lynn and O’Grady Quinlan Academy of Irish Dance
1:20 Raleigh Scottish Dance
1:30 Irish Session – all musicians welcome
Did you know that Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland. His history is a sad one as he was kidnapped from Britain as a teenager and sold as a slave to a landowner in Ireland. From there he was survived and worked as shepherd until he fled back to Britain where he studied in a monastery to become a priest and later a bishop. He returned to Ireland to preach about Christianity and used the three parts of the clover (shamrock) leaf as a way to explain the holy trinity to the masses. The shamrock is still a symbol of Saint Patrick and Ireland to this day.
So don’t miss out on some old fashioned Irish fun in honor of the land of green!
Learn more here: https://raleighstpats.org/
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