The City of Dublin will host “The Greenest, Grandest Parade” Saturday, March 9, 2024. The parade route begins at Metro Center and continues through Historic Dublin. Approximately 110 groups including marching bands, equestrian teams, floats and novelty/antique vehicles will be featured.
Your group, organization, company or cause will be in front of thousands of spectators. The parade application deadline is Friday, Feb. 23.
All applications must be submitted on or before Friday, Feb. 23.
Have questions about participating in the parade? Contact Trish Lackey, Events Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want an inside look at the Greenest, Grandest Parade? Volunteer to join the experience! The City is accepting volunteer sign-ups for people to be balloon handlers, costume characters and more.
There are many places to park outside the parade route, including Bridge Park and parts of Historic Dublin. Please be aware of road closures noted on the parade route map starting at 10:30 a.m. To eliminate traffic, the City encourages parade goers to walk, bike, scooter or carpool.
The City partners with Safe Ride of Central Ohio to offer discounted rides for patrons to enjoy the festivities safely. Use Lyft code DUBSPD24 for a discount up to $10 off your ride to or from events like the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Downtown Dublin St. Paddy’s Day Pub Crawl. Offer good March 8-18.
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