SAGINAW, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The Saginaw High School band represented North Texas on Sunday in Dublin, Ireland as they performed in a St. Patrick’s Day parade.

The school said over 60 members of the band have been in Ireland for a week to tour the country and learn about the culture.

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Their trip ended with the big parade in the country’s capital where they marched for almost two miles.

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(Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD)

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The band could be seen walking behind a “Spirit of Saginaw” banner and donning the school’s colors as they marched through the city.