St. Patrick's Day Parade New York City 2019: Start Time, Map, Route Road Closures, and How to Watch Online

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St. Patrick's Day Parade New York City 2019: Start Time, Map, Route Road Closures, and How to Watch Online

Thousands of individuals throughout the U.S. will probably be consuming inexperienced beer and displaying off their Irish satisfaction for St. Patrick’s Day. There are parades, events, and celebrations throughout the nation taking place on Saturday, with one of many largest parades taking place in New York City.

New York City’s 258th St. Patrick’s Day Parade will probably be held on Saturday from 11 a.m. to five p.m. and can begin on 44th Street transferring north on Fifth Avenue and can finish on 79th Street, the Westchester Journal News reported. The parade will cross St. Patrick’s Cathedral on 50th Street throughout its route.

Spectators can view the parade alongside fifth avenue from 44th avenue and 79th avenue, in line with the parade web site. The NYPD has posted no parking indicators posted on fifth Avenue from East 42nd to East 86th Street and alongside streets. No parking will go into impact at midnight on Saturday.

“Some things you should know regarding this weekends #StPatricksDay Parade: Vehicles parked along the route & some side streets will begin being towed at 12AM on Sat. March 16th—look for NO parking signs. On parade day vehicular & pedestrian street closures begin at 10:30AM,” the NYPD 19th Precinct tweeted on Friday. 

The Grand Marshal this yr is Brian O’Dwyer, an activist and immigration lawyer who based the Emerald Isle Immigration Center in Queens (EIIC), WNBC reported. The theme of this yr St. Patrick’s Day parade will have fun immigration, in line with WNBC.

“We know that everybody is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, and as we salute our roots in this country, we know that today’s immigrants can enrich this city and this country as the Irish did before them,” Chairman of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Sean Lane stated in a press release to WNBC. “We could not do this without the support of thousands of volunteers and organizations that help us with fundraising and operations and we rely on the spiritual sustenance our relationship with the Archdiocese of New York brings us every year.”

A dwell stream of the parade will be seen on WNBC. Parade organizers and the NYC Department of Transportation have famous that the next streets will probably be closed for the parade:

  • fifth Avenue between 42nd Street and 86th Street
  • Madison Avenue between 63rd Street and 64th Street
  • Madison Ave between 78th Street and 86th Street
  • Vanderbilt Avenue between 43rd Street and 46th Street
  • 43rd Street between Vanderbilt Avenue and sixth Avenue
  • 44th Street between Vanderbilt Avenue and sixth Avenue
  • 45th Street between Vanderbilt Avenue and sixth Avenue
  • 46th Street between Vanderbilt Avenue and sixth Avenue
  • 47th Street between Park Avenue and sixth Avenue
  • 48th Street between Park Avenue and sixth Avenue
  • 62nd Street between fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • 63rd Street between fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • 64th Street between Park Avenue and fifth Avenue
  • 72nd Street between Madison Avenue and fifth Avenue
  • 78th Street between Madison Avenue and fifth Avenue
  • 79th Street between fifth Avenue and Park Avenue
  • 80th Street between fifth Avenue and Park Avenue
  • 81st Street between fifth Avenue and Park Avenue
  • 82nd Street between fifth Avenue and Park Avenue
  • 83rd Street between fifth Avenue and Park Avenue
  • 84th Street between Madison Avenue and fifth Avenue
  • 85th Street between Madison Avenue and fifth Avenue

St. Patrick's Day Parade New York City 2019: Start Time, Map, Route Road Closures, and How to Watch Online A marching band participates within the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade alongside fifth Ave. on March 17, 2018 in New York City. The 258th St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City will probably be held on Saturday. Stephanie Keith/Getty Images

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