Get excited, friends! The St. Patrick’s Day parade is coming back to Toronto this Sunday, March 19th.

This is one of the most iconic parades in the city, and until last year, it had been on hiatus since 2019.

The parade will wind through the streets starting at 12 PM at the corner of St. George and Bloor St West, near St. George subway station.

It will then make its way east on Bloor Street, and head south on Yonge Street past Wellesley, College, and Dundas.

The line of march will then west on Queen Street to its final stop — the reviewing stand in Nathan Phillips Square.

Prepare for a lively afternoon filled with colourful floats, traditional music, and plenty of green.

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The public can easily access the parade on the TTC via the following stations: St. George, Museum, Bloor, Wellesley, College, Dundas, and Queen.

Toronto will also host Canada’s biggest St. Patrick’s Day party, the Guinness SPD, on Saturday, March 18th.

The Guinness SPD is a rowdy all-day bash that spans 45,000 square feet.

The St. Paddy’s Day event is returning for its 8th year, which promises to be the biggest and best yet.

In addition to all of the shamrocks and shenanigans you can handle, the party will feature a complimentary pancake breakfast, Irish fiddlers, life-sized beer pong, and photo booths.

This event is famously known for its all-you-can-eat Lucky Charms bar, so prepare to fill up on your favourite marshmallow cereal in between pints of Guinness.

And if that’s not enough for you, there are all kinds of St. Patrick’s Day events taking place throughout the entire weekend.

We’re in for an exciting St. Paddy’s this year, Toronto. Green ensembles at the ready!

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

When: Sunday, March 19th at 12 PM
Where: See parade route here