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SYRACUSE ST. PATRICK'S PARADE

IRISH PRIDE

LASTING HERITAGE

Hunger Project Raffle

The annual Hunger Project Raffle is Sunday, December 15th, at noon at Nibsy’s Pub. All proceeds benefit local food pantries. 

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The Syracuse St Patrick’s Parade was founded by Nancy Duffy. It all began with a meeting at Coleman’s Pub and Nancy’s strong desire to bring her Irish heritage and culture to the streets of Syracuse, New York. The 2020 Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade is Saturday, March 14, at noon.

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BECOME A SPONSOR

The St. Patrick’s Parade is one of the highlights of the year in Syracuse, and sponsors make it all possible! Parade Corporate Sponsorships through the $15,000 level help organizers underwrite the cost of staging, youth transportation, promotional materials, and awards. Sponsors enjoy prominent recognition and various benefits including prime parade viewing, depending on sponsorship level.

THOUSANDS

Many spectators in attendance.

DIVERSITY

Embracing all ethnicities & families.

AWARENESS

Drive more interest to your business.

ishamrocktralee ROSE OF SYRACUSE

Every year, the Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade Committee honors a Rose of Syracuse who is attended by several Rosebuds. The Rose is a young lady between the ages of 18-23, who is interested in celebrating her Irish heritage through participation in the Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade and all parade festivities! The Rosebud Program is a non-competitive program for girls of Irish heritage, ages 5-12. Applications will open in December 2019 and a Rose will be chosen in February 2020.

 

Pictured at left: 2019 Rose of Syracuse, Brenna Dillon. Read more about Brenna.

PARADE PHOTO GALLERIES

Take a look at some of our past St. Patrick's Parades!

Golf Tournament to benefit St. Patrick’s Parade

Come out to benefit the St. Patrick’s Parade on September 28th! For the second year, the St....

2019 Float and Band Competition Winners

Our float competition is based on Originality, Parade Theme, Design, Craftsmanship and Enthusiasm. Below are the winners for 2019. Congratulations to the winners, and thank you to everyone who came out to support the parade! There was an amazing array of floats this...

Our Rose of 2019

This year’s Rose of Syracuse, Brenna Dillon is a senior at SUNY Brockport majoring in Dance and minoring in Communication Studies. Brenna has been a part of the Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade from a young age. She first attended the parade with her father, Tom Dillon,...

Irish Dance Schools Collect Donations for Hunger Project

For the second year, local Irish dance schools competed to collect donations for the St. Patrick Hunger Project. The Hunger Project collects donations throughout parade season to support local food pantries. The schools competed in two categories: most meals created,...

Honoring Bishop Costello

We of the Syracuse St. Patrick's Parade Committee are saddened to hear of Bishop Costello's passing earlier today. We were blessed to have Bishop Thomas J. Costello join the St. Patrick's Parade as our Grand Marshal in 2001. He also served as Honorary Chairman of our...

2019 Grand Marshal Gala Tickets Now Available

What: Grand Marshal Gala When: Friday, March 15 at 6pm Where: Marriott Syracuse Downtown The community is invited to celebrate the parade and this year's co-Grand Marshals, Bernard Mahoney and Joanie Mahoney. Read more about these two remarkable Grand Marshals here....

Helping Provide Holiday Meals

Recently, we learned that the Interreligious Food Consortium - Onondaga County was facing a food shortage because they recently relocated. We're proud to say that November 21, 2018 we were able to provide them with a $5,000 donation to purchase food throughout the...

Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade Announces 2019 Grand Marshal and Gael of the Year

Syracuse’s 37th St. Patrick’s Parade will set off on March 16th with Co-Grand Marshals Joanie Mahoney and Bernard Mahoney. Joanie is the former County Executive and her father, Bernard Mahoney, served as City Councilor in Syracuse as well as in in the New York State...