Greenville Avenue was an actual sea of green Saturday morning as thousands turned out in their best holiday garb for the Dallas St. Patrick's Parade and Festival.

Attendees young and old came decked in green hats, festive suspenders, oversized sunglasses and wigs to the 37th annual event in hopes of catching beads, candy and in some cases pizza from the parade's sponsors traveling down Greenville Avenue on their respective floats.

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GuideLive teamed up with the Bomb Factory and Trees music venues in Deep Ellum to design a float, which housed a silhouette of the Dallas skyline and logos from each company. We enlisted the incredibly talented local band Cure for Paranoia, whose soul-infused hip-hop style had parade onlookers dancing to the beat.

Dallas St. Patrick's Day Parade!

Posted by GuideLive on Saturday, March 19, 2016

For every string of beads that was thrown into the crowd, there were equally as many in return. Not beads though -- parade-goers pelted marshmallows, tortillas, moon pies and even Jell-O shots at the floats going by.

Needless to say, the St. Patrick's Parade was a wildly good time. Check out pictures from the scene below.

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