Welcome to the official website of the Wexford Town St. Patrick's Day Parade 2014. We hope it will be of some use to you; be it for finding general information on the parade, downloading application forms, viewing picture galleries or finding contact information.


Despite the recession, Wexford Town had a huge turnout for this year's parade - by both participants and spectators. Every vantage point from Maudlintown to Redmond Square was taken up early by the thousands that turned out to watch the parade. It was a credit to the people of Wexford, who, in the hard times we are now experiencing, rose to the cause. Wexford had ten bands along with one hundred and thirty groups and floats: the biggest parade yet in the town since the parades started.
Our sincere thanks to all the people who have supported us in any way and to the business community of Wexford along with Wexford Credit Union, Wexford Borough Council and Wexford County Council for their financial support for this year's parade.

The Wexford Town St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee thank each and every one of you and we would encourage the public to please support our contributors by shopping locally.

If you are a visitor to our town, may we extend a Céad Mile Fáilte to you, and hope that you will enjoy the hospitality of our town.

Wexford Town's St. Patrick's Day Parade is probably the oldest parade in the country; it started back in 1917 and continued until the outbreak of world war two. In 1946 the parade was re-started. In the early days the parade started in the Swan in the Faythe and would make its way to Rowe Street Church in time for mid-day mass.

The parade has grown over the years, and today Wexford Town hosts one of the premier parades in the country.
We would like to extend a grateful thanks to anyone who sponsored or contributed to this year's parade. If you wish to advertise on this website or make a donation to the parade, please contact the secretary of the Committee. Contact details can be found here.