Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade


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Charleston's St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held on Tuesday, March 17, 2021. The day start with an 8 am mass at St. Patrick's Catholic Church followed by the parade at 10 am. The parade route will begin at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church at the corner of Radcliffe St. and Saint Philip St., continuing down King St. to Broad St. and ending at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. 

The parade will include fire trucks, military units, local team mascots, marching bands, fiddlers, dancers, and Charleston’s Irish step dancers. The best place to view the parade will be along the sidewalks on King St. Portable bathrooms will be available near the corner of Radcliffe and St. Philip.

After the parade, around 11:30 am, Charleston City Hall will be raising Ireland’s Tri-Color flag. After the flag raising, visitors can enjoy St. Paddy’s specials at downtown restaurants, bars, and pubs.  



Charleston St. Patrick's Day
Parade 
Photos


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Charleston St.Patrick's Day Parade
Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade
Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade
Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade

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Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade
Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade
Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade
Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade

Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade 
Location and Map


Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade
St. Patrick Catholic Church

134 Saint Philip St.
Charleston SC 29403
(843) 723-6066
St. Patrick's Day Parade Website

Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade Route Map

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Charleston St. Patrick's Day Parade
Date and Time


Date: March 17, 2022
Time: 10:00 am
Admission: Free


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