St. Patrick’s Day
The Fort Worth Stockyards went green on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
With an expected crowd of 40,000 people for the St Patrick’s Day parade and surrounding events, the Dallas Police Department will be closing a number of streets in the Greenville Ave area.
Saturday’s St. Patrick’s Day parade will go on in Dallas rain or shine — as will the block party. Some 125,000 people are expected to attend, weather permitting, and handling a crowd of that size takes planning.
If not for all the green and some of the sun-kissed skin, the confirmation that it was indeed the St. Patrick’s Day/Greenville Ave. Parade Saturday arrived when I was riding on the 105.3 The Fan float
The Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Celebration had bright sunshine and warm temperatures for the annual parade.
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St. Patrick’s Day is more than just green-colored brew and rowdy parades. DFW offers several family-friendly (and affordable) events that are guaranteed to be fun for kids.
Many Dallas residents have a new appreciation for St. Patrick’s Day, which has police and businesses are preparing for record crowds.
Some residents of Lower Greenville Avenue are embracing the prospect of huge crowds this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, but others are more skeptical.
Whether you are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, a special occasion or simply the week’s end, Irish whisky from any of these favorite DFW bars will hit the spot.
St. Patrick’s Day in DFW offers a more than a wee bit of fun for everyone. These St. Patrick Day events can be enjoyed by folks of all ages.
Join other emerald-clad folks in Dallas this St. Patrick’s Day for some good old-fashioned beer drinking and shenanigans, and possibly a run.