New Jersey residents understand the significance of St. Patrick’s Day as there is always something exciting to look forward to. This year, there are various St. Patrick’s-themed events happening across the state, but the most exhilarating of these are the parades. Now, you may not yet be aware of which parade you should be attending, but our Bus Rental Service in New Jersey has got you covered. We have done our homework and come up with a short list of some of the most exciting parades that you and your family/friends can attend this St. Paddy’s Day.
More than that, you can count on us to make this event even more memorable. Our mission is to make this celebration safer for you as we can handle the driving while you focus on the party. We are always ready to serve your transportation needs, so why worry about the driving when you can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day the Irish way – with music, traditional food and beer? Contact us now and book your ride!
Morris County St. Patrick’s Day Parade
This parade is set to happen in Morristown on the 10th of March and will feature tons of bands, so you are assured some pretty exciting live entertainment. Join an estimated seventy thousand people in celebrating the Celtic festival, which will also include pre-parade reveling at the Green from 10 am. The parade itself is scheduled to kick off at noon starting at the Morristown Municipal Building on South Street.
Union County Parade
The day will kick off at 9 am with the Thornstick Mass hosted at the St. Patrick’s Church in Elizabeth. At noon, there will be the Reviewing Stand Festivities at Stuyvesant and Morris Avenues in Union town. The kids have not been left behind either; there will be a Kid’s Zone with all sorts of fun attractions and activities on Stuyvesant Avenue, so don’t shy away from dragging the entire gang along. The actual parade kicks off at 1 pm with marching units stationed at Morris, Jeanette, and Commerce Avenues. The parade route starts at Morris Avenue and turns towards Stuyvesant Avenue before coming to an end at Roosevelt Avenue.
South Amboy Parade
The parade has been set for the 18th of March at 2 pm. Brian Kelly, the president of Sterling Investigative Services has been chosen as this year’s grand marshal, while George Fuller and Dennis Doll are the deputy and honorary grand marshals. You can expect to witness over 20 bands play at the parade and there will also be participation from numerous social groups, fire departments, fraternal organizations, first aid squads, and more. The parade route begins at South Pine Avenue and heads towards Broadway where it comes to an end.
The Ocean County Parade
The Ocean County St. Patrick’s Day Parade kicks off at noon on the 10th of March. This year, the parade aims to honor municipal workers and at the end of the parade there will be an after party that will feature traditional Irish food, Irish music, and mild refreshments for anyone over the age of 21. The after party will be hosted at the Tri–Boro First Aid Squad Building on Seaside Park; doors open at 4 pm and the entrance fee is only $5, so there is really no excuse to miss out on the fun. You will do the partying, and we will do the driving!