The 54th Annual Shamrock Club of Wisconsin St. Patrick’s Day Parade to be held onSaturday, March 14, 2020 has been postponed and possibly canceled.
Stepping off on Wisconsin Avenue at Old World Third Street, the parade will feature 100+ units including Irish dance groups, pipe & drum corps, local celebrities and dignitaries.
Building on a successful partnership, the Shamrock Club of Wisconsin and the Westown Association along with presenting sponsor, Miller Lite, continue to collaborate on Wisconsin’s oldest and largest St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Although the Shamrock Club of Wisconsin is celebrating its 54th anniversary of producing the parade, the event dates back to 1843, predating the incorporation of the State of Wisconsin and the City of Milwaukee. Milwaukee’s parade is the 6th oldest in the nation.
Get ready for the 54th Annual Shamrock Club of Wisconsin St. Patrick’s Parade by attending the ShamROCK Kick Off Party ☘️
This FREE event will have live entertainment and a variety of raffle prizes available. You won’t want to miss out on the fun!
Milwaukee celebrated its first St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 17, 1843. One of the earliest in the United States, the parade predates Wisconsin’s statehood and Milwaukee’s incorporation as a city!
The modern version of the parade began in 1967 with the Inaugural Shamrock Club of Wisconsin’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Wisconsin Avenue.
We have more information about the parade on their webiste, Please check out the information.