St. Patrick’s Day or the Feast of St. Patrick is one of the largest festivals of the Christians in the world. The cultural festival is being observed by the Eastern Orthodox Church, Lutheran Church, the Anglican Communion and the Catholic Church across the world. Ireland is the centre of the celebration in the world where a large number of events organized each year.

New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Image Source: National Geographic


List of Cities Where St. Patrick’s Day Celebrated (with parade) Each Year

Ireland: Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Waterford, Kilkenny, Belfast, Galway and Derry.

United Kingdom: London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff, Liverpool, Bristol, Glasgow, Leicester, Hamilton, Livingston, Nottingham and Leeds.

United States: New York City, Washington DC, San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Phoenix, Dallas, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, Austin, Detroit, Memphis, San Jose, Sacramento, Jacksonville, Columbus, El Paso, Seattle, Denver, Boston, Baltimore, Las Vegas, Long Beach, Tucson, Atlanta, Miami, Raleigh, Oakland, Mesa, Virginia Beach, Omaha, Cleveland, Tampa, Honolulu, Anaheim, Colorado Springs, Saint Louis, Jersey City, Richmond, Salt Lake City, Kansas City, and New Orleans.

Canada: Quebec City, Toronto, Hudson, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Hamilton, Ottawa, Halifax, Winnipeg, Richmond and Brampton.

Australia: Adelaide, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Canberra, Sunshine Coast, Hobart and Wollongong.

Read Also: Best Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Rest of the World: Munich (Germany), Disneyland Paris (France), Moscow (Russia), Omotesando (Japan), Nizhny Novgorod (Russia), Zurich (Switzerland), Seoul (South Korea), Tokyo (Japan), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Brussels (Belgium), Oslo (Norway) and more.

Read Also: Best Cities to Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day in USA

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Article first published on March 2, 2016.

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