Posted on August 20, 2014 by Andrea Six
Tuesday, March 17
More than 300,000 people are expected to visit Savannah to help celebrate the second largest St. Patrick Day Parade in the United States and to enjoy the city-wide festivities. Held in Savannah’s Historic District, the parade begins at the corner of Abercorn and Gwinnett streets and ends at the corner of Bull and Harris streets.
St. Patrick’s Celebration on the River
The fun isn’t just confined to St. Patrick’s Day; celebrations go all throughout the weekend on River Street. This nationally-recognized, week-long festival features multiple stages of non-stop live entertainment, as well as interactive games, food, cold beverages and much more. Or join the folks at City Market for live music, food and fun as they celebrate all things Irish!
Event parking can cost anywhere from $5 to $25 dollars on St. Patrick’s Day, with most of the garages downtown running at a rate of $20 per vehicle. To see a map and find out more about parking, taxis, CAT buses and St. Patrick’s Day shuttles click here >>