Dallas St. Patrick's Parade and Festival

Revelers reach for beads along the 2014 parade route.

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Get your green on, do some wild-partier watching and catch some beads along the 2-mile parade route on Greenville Avenue. A new addition for the 36th edition of the parade is Brew Fest, with ales, food trucks and a DJ. The Mavs Corner at Greenville Avenue and Lovers Lane will be the spot to see Mavs Dancers, ManiAACs, Champ and Mavs Man. Hit the Family Place Family Zone for exhibitor booths, food trucks and activities for all ages.


Lookin’ for the wearin’ o’ the green? Bagpipers? Marching bands? It’s all here, along with decorated floats, dancers and plenty of fun people- watching on Greenville Avenue during the 36th parade and festival. The parade begins at 11 a.m. on Greenville Avenue at Blackwell Street, proceeds south on Greenville for 2 miles and ends at SMU Boulevard.

You can also visit the Family Place Family Zone (at the Meadows Building, on the southwest corner of Greenville Avenue and Milton Street) for exhibitor booths, food trucks and activities for all ages. In addition, the event kicks off its first Brew Fest with food trucks, ales available for purchase and a DJ, at the Office Depot parking lot on the northwest corner of Milton and Greenville. The Mavs Corner at Greenville Avenue and Lovers Lane will be the spot to see Mavs Dancers, ManiAACs, Champ and Mavs Man. Check the website for info on VIP bleacher seats.

The parade, which is free to watch, starts at 11 a.m. The Family Place Family Zone and Brew Fest will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mavs Corner will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Paradegoers are encouraged to ride DART, with three DART rail stations (Park Lane, Mockingbird and Lovers Lane) located along the parade route.

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