Houston’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, 2022

Considered one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country, the 61st Houston St. Patrick’s Day Parade will have a new route on March 12th at Noon with over 100 entries!  The parade will conclude with an after party at Market Square Park!

The tapping of the GREEN keg happens at Lucky’s Pub, which is on the parade route!  They have specials daily leading up to St. Patrick’s Day, including a Leprechaun Drop and a Scavenger Hunt, so check it out!


Know Before You Go

As with any parade, traffic is an issue.  Arrive early to park close by, but plan to stay well after the end of the parade, or park further out and walk to the parade route, making it easier to leave when the parade is over.  Beware of parking inside the parade route.

The parade is FREE, but you will probably need to pay for parking.


More Things To Do in Houston


You and your family will love the Children’s Museum of Houston, with more exhibits and hands-on activities than you can do in a day!

The Museum of Natural Science is a must see in Houston!

Running from March 3-22, Rodeo Houston has the best in live music, games, food and entertainment!


Keep the Irish Good Times going with a visit to one of Houston’s Irish Restaurants!  Check out Mo’s Irish Pub in Vintage Park and McGonigel’s Mucky Duck!


The Hyatt Regency Downtown, which we love.  If you’re looking for something a little more intimate, click HERE to check out Sara’s Inn on the Boulevard.

Houston St. Patrick’s Day Parade

301 Milam Street, Downtown Houston, Texas

Click HERE to visit their website.

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