Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Manhattan celebrates Irish heritage

Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Manhattan celebrates Irish heritage

Hosted by the O'klahoma Irish Heritage Association, a parade is slated for 10 a.m.in Stockyards City, where you can expect to see bagpipes and longhorns as this celebration mixes Irish and Western heritage. By 1890 there were 4.8 million Irish (including second-generation), or 13% of the population living in the United States. The event is supported by Nottingham City Council and the Government of Ireland.

"This year we're inviting people to fill their hearts with Ireland with the awesome Irish food, music and cultural activities that are part of the Mayor of London's St. Patrick's Festival, or even better they can take a flight or ferry and experience it for themselves on the island of Ireland itself".

Now, St. Patrick's Day is one of the most widely celebrated holidays in the world, and definitely a cultural staple across the United States, especially in cities that saw large Irish influxes in the 1800s.

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More than 125,000 people are expected to attend Saturday's parade along Greenville Avenue.

Head to Old Market Square to enjoy a range of Irish and Irish-inspired live music on stage.

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