Charlotte goes green with St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival - Postponed

Charlotte goes green with St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival - Postponed

Charlotte St. Patrick's Day Parade

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Update: This event has been postponed. Check back for more information.

Ready to feel Irish for the day? Head to the 24th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Charlotte Goes Green Festival on March 14 in uptown Charlotte.

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Thousands of spectators will line the streets to watch the floats, pipe and drum bands, Irish dancers, marching groups and more parade through uptown. You may even spot a leprechaun or two!

Stepping off at 11 a.m. at North Tryon and 9th streets, the parade will march south on Tryon to 3rd Street, ending on Caldwell. Click here to see a map of the parade route.

Before and after the parade, be sure to check out the 2020 Charlotte Goes Green Festival happening on South Tryon Street from 3rd Street to Levine Avenue of the Arts.

The festival runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and features live Irish music, dancers, bagpipers and more entertainment, plus more than 60 vendors. There will also be a Celtic Kids Zone for the wee ones, plus plenty of food and drinks available for purchase.

Admission to the parade and festival is free.

For more information, visit charlottestpatsday.com.