After two years, events are finally coming back, and what better way to kick off their return than with the St. Patrick’s Parade!
The St. Patrick’s Parade is happening Sunday, March 20th from 12PM-3PM. Don’t miss Toronto’s biggest celebration of Irish-Canadian culture. The St. Patrick’s Parade is a free event filled with music, dance, floats, and fun for all ages!
The event kicks off at the corner of St. George and Bloor at noon. Marchers head east across Bloor before turning south down Yonge Street. The Parade makes a final turn onto Queen Street West and finishes outside Nathan Phillips Square around 3:00pm.
The Parade has been entertaining tourists and Torontonians since 1988. It is the most multicultural St. Patrick’s Parade in the world with dozens of groups marching in support of their connections to Canada and Ireland.
Come down and spot the Indie88’s Station Vehicles and staff amongst the thousands of cheering spectators on Parade Day. If you can’t make can’t make it downtown, be sure to watch the live television coverage on CP24.