Saturday, March 16
The Denver St. Patrick’s Day parade, a tradition that began over 100 years ago. It's Colorado’s largest annual event attracting families and spectators from throughout the rocky mountain region. Winding almost 2 miles through the heart of Downtown Denver, its an important community event showcasing our Irish heritage and many other cultures that make up our vibrant state. Over 450,000 people come to see the 150 plus parade entries made up of bands, bagpipers, equestrians, Irish dancers, civic clubs, and cultural groups. Kids and retirees alike, love the experience of receiving beads from stormtroopers wearing kilts and seeing massive historical military vehicles rolling through the streets.
The parade is viewed in person by over 400,000 people every year, plus receives over 40,000 viewers on our Facebook Livestream.
The parade is run entirely by over 200 volunteers who work year round to help put this amazing event together. Information on attending and viewing the parade as well as sponsoring, entering a float, and joining as a volunteer can all be found on our website at www.denverparade.com