Boston is one of the most popular travel destinations in the United States. It is also one of the best St. Patrick’s Day destinations in the United States. In the last year, the event was seen by more than one million people across the world on Live TV as well as other modes of live stream.
So, you should not miss an opportunity to attend the beautiful and the grand parade of Boston St. Patrick’s Day 2020. The city has a good number of Irish pubs where you could also party with your friends and loved one. A large number of people will attend the parade with their friends and family members.
How to Watch Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2020 Live Streaming Online
If you are not sure that you would be able to participate in the parade in real, then don’t worry. You just need to follow our best tips to watch the live stream of parade from your home or office.
The live coverage of Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be covered by a large number of national and local news channels. So, you could easily find a list of websites, where the live streaming will be provided. We have compiled a list of websites where you could watch the live stream.
Parade Route and Route Map
Broadway Station is the starting point of the parade. The parade is scheduled to end at Ellery Street. The complete route map is given below:
- Mailing Address: South Boston Allied War Veteran Council, P.O. Box 351, South Boston, MA 02127
- Dave Falvey – Commander of SBAWVC: email@example.com
- General inquires: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bryan Bishop – Director of Parade Operations: email@example.com
- Phone: 844-4STPATS (844-478-7287)
You should not forget to visit the following tourist attractions in Boston, if it is your first visit in the city.
- Freedom Trail
- Boston Common
- Faneuil Hall
- Boston Harbor
- Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
- Fenway Park
- Museum of Fine Arts
- Public Garden of Boston
- New England Aquarium
- Paul Revere House
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Information About Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2020
- Date: March 15, 2020 Sunday
- Start Time: 1:00pm EST
- Starting Point: The Broadway Station, South Boston
Article last re-published on March 6, 2020.