88th Newark St. Patrick’s Day Parade 3/10/2023
All are welcome to join Local 68 in Newark’s St. Patrick’s Day ceremonies.
The 88th Newark St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Newark’s streets
Friday, March 10, 2023
with an updated route and a new reviewing stand location.
Newark Saint Patricks Day Parade (newarkstpatricksdayparade.org)
Reviewing Stand Time and Location
New location – Opening Ceremonies and Parade Review will begin at 12 pm at the corner of Center St and Mulberry St, directly across from the NJ Performing Arts Center (NJPAC).
Parade Assembly and Route
The Parade will form on Mulberry Street south of Raymond Blvd. Kickoff at 1 pm sharp. This is a different formation point from prior years due to traffic considerations at the Prudential Center. The Parade will proceed as in the past from the starting point north of Mulberry Street, turning on Center St. by the reviewing stand, past NJPAC, crossing Broad St onto Central Avenue, past the Central Avenue/Halsey Street reviewing stand to Washington Street, ending at Harriet Tubman Square (formerly Washington Park.) After the Parade is completed, we will reassemble at the Central Avenue/Halsey Street reviewing stand to present awards to our school band contest winners.
Traffic Pattern and Street Closures
Market Street will be open east and west throughout the event. Mulberry Street north of Market Street will be closed at 11 am, along with Raymond Blvd, Center, Park, Commerce, Clinton Street and Halsey Streets, and Central Avenue to Washington St. Expect intermittent closures on Broad St. and Raymond Blvd.
We look forward to a great celebration of the Irish in Newark and a tribute to our great city’s diversity.
10 am The Transferred FEAST Of SAINT PATRICK MASS
OFFERED For DECEASED MEMBERS And CELEBRATION Of The Grand Marshal – James Fallon, Deputy Grand Marshals Peggy Farrell Daingerfield, Rev. Paul Donohue & Rick Smith at St. Patrick’s Pro-Cathedral – 91 Washington Street, Newark
12 pm SAINT PATRICK’S DAY OPENING CEREMONIES
Grandstand – Corner of Center and Mulberry Streets, Newark
1 pm 88th ANNUAL NEWARK SAINT PATRICK’S DAY PARADE
It begins at Mulberry Street & Raymond Blvd. and ends on Washington Street at Harriet Tubman Square (formerly Washington Park)
2/2:15 pm HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND COMPETITION AWARD CEREMONY
Awards presented by Competition Sponsor Gibbons, PC, accompanied by
The Grand Marshal, Deputy Grand Marshals, and Parade Chairwoman
Central Avenue/Halsey Street Reviewing Stand, Newark