St. Patrick's Day
Numerous larger cities in the world celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Copenhagen is no exception. 2014 will be the 10th anniversary for Copenhagen St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Children and adults of all nationalities are invited to participate in the celebration of the Irish national day in Copenhagen.
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's Day, they say. If you have ever participated in one, you know that it is true. So whether you are Irish or not the rest of the year, you are welcome to join the celebrations of Ireland's National Day at City Hall Square in Copenhagen. It is never boring.
St. Patrick's Day Parade
Copenhagen's St. Patrick's Day Parade introduces Irish culture to people who have not known it before. It gives Irish immigrants a chance to meet up and celebrate their national day with friends and family, and it lets people of all nationalities who already know and enjoy Irish culture and music to join in the celebration.
Music and dancing at City Hall Square
The event begins at 14:00 where children can get a free face-painting and parents can fetch a cup of hot chocolate, enjoy an Irish coffee, or maybe a Guinness, in the café. At 15:30 there is warm up with Irish music and dancing at Copenhagen's City Hall Square.
Parade through Copenhagen
The parade begins at 17:00 and moves through the streets of Copenhagen city centre. Individuals and families that would like to take part and walk in the parade are very welcome. All that is required is that you must wear something green.
The route: Rådhuspladsen – Vester Voldgade – Stormgade – Vindebrogade – Højbro Plads Gammelstrand – Nybrogade – Rådhusstræde – Gl. Torv – Nytorv - Slutterigade – Lavendelstræde – Vester Voldgade – Rådhuspladsen
|17/03/2014 - 17/03/2014||Rådhuspladsen||Monday||13:00 - 17:45|
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City / Area
- København (indre by)
Types of events
- For children
- One-day events
- Town Fête
CoordinatesLongtitude : 12.569543999
Latitude : 55.675636999