Ireland On Parade - Multi-Day St. Patrick's Day Celebration
Gaelic Park is proud to host our Ireland on Parade, now a multi-generational tradition that begin at Gaelic Park in 1992. Also known as, “Irish Week”, Ireland on Parade is part of the 8-day celebration at Gaelic Park in honor of Ireland’s patron saint, Patrick. Admission is free.
In addition to the wonderful dance school performances each night, Ireland on Parade will include exhibitions of both Ceili and Set dancing. Music is provided by The Irish Musicians Association, an organizations which consists of local artists who are dedicated to the perpetuation of traditional Irish music.
Doors open each evening at 5:30pm with the dancers most every night. We will post the schedule as the dates draw closer.
And of course, what's St. Patrick's Day without a few of those parades!
Complete participation details for the following parades will be posted as soon as they are finalized. Please stop back.
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The Chicago Gaelic Park's Annual Scholarship Essay Contest is open to all students in good standing. Winners will be announced at the Sunday, March 9th, 10am Mass at Gaelic Park. Awards will be presented at the Sunday Celtic Supper on March 30th.