The Manchester Saint Patrick's Parade Committee is inviting everyone, Irish or not, to join us to help celebrate the 25th Parade in the city of Manchester, NH on Sunday, March 29, 2020. You can be a part of this celebration by contributing financially to help sponsor...
Sunday, March 29, 2020
The 25th Manchester Saint Patrick’s Parade has been scheduled for Sunday, March 29, 2020. The counter at the top of the page is counting the days, hours and minutes until the step off at the north end of Elm St, in Manchester, NH.
This website is dedicated to keeping participants, sponsors and parade watchers informed about the coming parade as well as a review of last year’s parade. There is also a photo gallery of previous parades.
Please enjoy your visit to this website and come back often to look for new articles and new information about this years 25th parade!
News and Announcements
The Manchester Saint Patrick's Parade Committee is extremely excited, proud and honored to announce that the Master of Ceremonies who will be announcing from the review stand this year will be the 2012 Thomas J. King Award Honoree, John Clayton and last year’s Grand...
2019 Line of March Click here to view our sponsors page 24th Annual Saint Patrick’s Parade Sunday, March 31 at noon Elm Street, Manchester Presented by the Manchester St. Patrick’s Parade Committee and Ancient Order of Hibernians Order of March for the 2019 Manchester...
Manchester Gives Back
Help New Horizon’s Food Pantry by donating canned goods and non-perishable food items. Look for the New Horizon vehicle in the parade. Any donation, even if it’s just one can, is greatly appreciated!There will be collection sites along the Parade route – Pappy’s Pizza – 1087 Elm St. 1000 Elm St.- City Hall Plaza – Victory Park.
The parade committee would like to recognize our brothers and sisters in the Greek community as they celebrate Greek Independence Day on March 25.
Why isn’t the parade on St. Patrick’s Day?
Many people wonder why the parade is not held on the actual day that others celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The answer is quite simple. It is very hard to compete with the likes of Boston and New York when it comes to attracting quality bands, marching units and floats on the actual day. Besides…St. Patrick’s Day is a period of time, not a day, so why not streeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetch it out a little!!