St. Patty’s Day in Buffalo, NY

It’s finally that time of the year in Buffalo, NY. Spring is not quite here yet, but St. Patrick’s Day is just a couple weeks away, and it is the perfect excuse to get outside and imagine the warm weather is upon us. St. Patrick’s Day in Buffalo has always been a real treat for visitors and residents.

Here is everything you need to know if you’re looking to do something this holiday.

Beer on table at St. Patrick's Day in Buffalo, NY

The Annual “Old Neighborhood” St. Patrick’s Day Parade

There are a couple parades in Buffalo for St. Patty’s Day. The Old First Ward parade is in the old neighborhood. This will be held on Saturday March 14th starting at noon at the Valley Community Center located at 93 Leddy Street, Buffalo, NY.

This parade will kick off the weekend before St. Patty’s Day with a celebration of a parade of floats through the streets of the historic Buffalo River Community on South Park Avenue, Smith Street, Elk Street, Hamburg Street, and South Street.

Check out more information on the events happening this day!

St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Downtown Buffalo

The big parade and event will be happening on Sunday, March 15th on Delaware Avenue at 2 pm. This event is presented by the United Irish American Association. It will start with religious service (Catholic mass) at St. Joseph’s Cathedral at 10:30 am before the line up for the parade.

Tips for Enjoying St. Patrick’s Day in Buffalo

Buffalo has plenty to offer when this holiday rolls around. Living at Town Hall Terrace gives you the opportunity to enjoy Patty’s day in one of the best cities who celebrate this holiday.

Here are some places to visit during this holiday:

If you’re looking to stay closer to Grand Island for this holiday, check out Dwyer’s Irish Pub in North Tonawanda.  

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