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2010 Sidney Saint Patrick's Day Parade & Concert

Sunday, March 15th, 2010

The 2010 Saint Patrick's Day Parade & Festival takes place on Sunday March 15th. Yes, Ireland may be thousands of miles away, but Sydney has its very own Saint Patrick's Day Festival on the feast day of Ireland's patron saint. The event has a wonderful and vibrant parade, as well as free street entertainment for all the family.

The festival attracts huge numbers each year, and in the past Sydney's Hyde Park has played host to wide variety of Irish themed acts, from ceili dancing, folk music to a U2 tribute band.


Sunday, March 15th is the day to book in your diaries. Hyde Park is the venue after the Parade. More details will be provided as soon as we have them for you. For the children, we have a small animal farm, pony rides and a trackless train….all free of charge as will entry to Hyde Park. We aim to have 20 stalls and a big Irish pub with a full Irish jam session going on in the bar area. Only the bar area will be fenced off this year (to comply with liquor licensing laws), the remainder of Hyde Park will be free to all.
Plans are well underway for the 2010 Parade and all associations and businesses are encouraged to place an entry, be it a float or a marching group or both
We are looking for Volunteers to act as Marshals for the day.
If you would like to help please apply direct to Tina King
Mobile 0411 255 011
Parade Route
The Parade will start at 11 noon sharp at the corner of Kent & Bathurst Streets, then turns left into George Street, passing by the viewing platform at Sydney Town Hall. The Parade then turns right into Park Street and left into College Street, passing St Mary's Cathedral before dispersing at the entry to Hyde Park.
Marching groups then turn into Hyde Park North. Floats and other vehicles will be directed by marshals and police towards Macquarie Street.
Police and marshals will be on hand to ensure that vehicles are not left in College Street. Please follow their instructions.
Don't forget to bring an umbrella, Just in case.
Remember the Parade starts at 11 noon sharp so come early to get your place.
Parade Route
The Parade starts at corner of Kent & Bathurst Streets, turns left into George Street past Town Hall, right into Park Street, left into College Street, past St Mary's Cathedral and finishes at Macquarie Street.

The Best Vantage Points to View the Parade Include:

Kent & Bathurst Streets and watch the parade forming.

The corner of George and Park Streets and hear live commentary from the steps of Town Hall.

Hyde Park under the shade along Park Street and College Street.