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WATCHERS

Every year, tens of thousands of people turn out for the biggest homecoming in town to watch the St. Patrick's Parade make its way down the streets of Holyoke. Whether you're a lifelong fan, new to town or living halfway across the world, you won't want to miss a moment of this beloved community event.

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MARCHERS

Bands. Music. Floats. It's what makes a parade! If you're a member of one of the many organizations participating in our parade, we've got all the information you need to be prepared to march.

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SPONSORS

Each year, it costs approximately a half a million dollars to produce a Parade and Road Race of this caliber, complete with spectacular special events and renowned award winners. Without the generosity of our sponsors, this incredible annual celebration and homecoming event would not be possible.

HOLYOKE ST. PATRICK'S PARADE

SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 2020

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LATEST NEWS

ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING THE 69TH ANNUAL HOLYOKE ST. PATRICK’S PARADE FROM THE ST. PATRICK’S COMMITTEE OF HOLYOKE

Earlier this month, as a direct result of the COVID-19 health pandemic, the decision was made by City of Holyoke and Parade Committee officials to cancel the 69th Annual Holyoke St. Patrick’s Parade and the 45th Annual Holyoke St. Patrick’s Road Race planned for the weekend of March 21-22, 2020. We understand that many individuals […]

CANCELLED: MARSHAL MANIA (FRI. 3/13) FUNDRAISER

The St. Patrick’s Committee of Holyoke has made the decision to cancel the second annual Marshal Mania concert keeping with the ban set forth by Governor Charlie Baker for any gatherings of over 250 people. The fast and contagious spread of the coronavirus has become a public health and safety concern and though this was […]

2020 Parade, Road Race Cancelled: Parade Committee Statement

UPDATE 3/13/20 The St. Patrick’s Committee of Holyoke has made the decision to cancel the second annual Marshal Mania concert keeping with the ban set forth by Governor Charlie Baker for any gatherings of over 250 people. The fast and contagious spread of the coronavirus has become a public health and safety concern and though […]

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Whether you’re watching or walking, you need to know where to go on Parade Day – download parking and route maps below!

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