St Patrick's Day in New Orleans
New Orleans may be known for our Spanish and French heritage, but the Irish put down some roots too! Since no one celebrates anything quite like New Orleans, we’ve got multiple festivities planned throughout the city beginning Friday, March 13 and continuing through St. Patrick’s Day.
If you want to join in the merrymaking, you'd better hurry! We only have a few rooms left. Our Bistreux will also be celebrating St. Patrick's Day with green beer available!
Friday, March 13
Molly’s at the Market Irish parade – 6 p.m.
Beginning and ending at 1107 Decatur Street, Molly’s at the Market features carriage riders and marching groups parading through the streets of the French Quarter.
Saturday, March 14 & Tuesday, March 17
Parasol's Block Party Celebration—10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Head to Parasol’s on Saturday and St. Patrick’s Day for green beer, music, food, surprises, and a great time! See party location.
Tracey's St. Paddy's Day Party - 11 a.m. til
Tracey’s St. Paddy’s Day Party is a tradition in the Big Easy where you’ll find corned beef and cabbage, green beer, and more fun than you thought was possible. See party location.
Saturday, March 14
Irish Channel Parade– 1 p.m.
Saturday, March 14 the Irish Channel St. Patrick’s Day hosts their 66th Annual Mass and Parade celebration! Mass will begin at noon at St. Mary’s Assumption with the parade following. See parade route.
Italian-American St. Joseph's Parade in the French Quarter - 6:00 p.m.
The annual Italian American St. Joseph’s Day celebration kicks off with a parade through the French Quarter with 16 floats, 9 marching bands and a whole lot of white tuxedos! See parade route.
Sunday, March 15
St. Patrick's Day Parade on Metairie Road – Noon
Floats, throws, and fun festivities kick off St. Patrick’s Day celebrations at this annual parade that begins in front of Rummel High School on Severn Avenue and heads to Metairie Road.
See parade route.
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Downtown Irish Club Parade - 6:00 p.m.
The annual downtown St. Patrick's Day parade begins on the corner of Burgundy and Piety in the Bywater, proceeds roughly up Royal, across Esplanade to Decatur, up Canal to Bourbon. The parade makes several "pit stops" on its way to Bourbon St.
See parade route.