St. Patrick’s Day parades in N.J.: A complete guide for 2018

St. Patrick's Day parades in N.J.: A complete guide for 2018

09 Mart 2018 - 17:52

The latest nor'easter may have covered the state in a moist white blanket, but green — if not spring — is on the way. St. Patrick's Day 2018 promises parades up and down the state, with their attendant bagpipes, Irish stepdancing and seas of locals wearing green. 

Some, like the Belmar-Lake Como and Gloucester City parades, have already had their moment. But there are plenty more to come, from Sussex County down to Cape May County. And, of course, the region's oldest St. Patrick's Day parade, in New York City. 

For those planning to don green and head out to the parades, we've listed details and websites for each procession. Refer to the event pages for the latest information about any weather cancellations. 

Mel Evans | AP

The Atlantic City St. Patrick's Day Parade starts at 1 p.m. March 10 north of the Garden Pier near Jersey Avenue and moves down the Boardwalk to Albany Avenue; visit

The St. Patrick's Day Parade at Hamilton starts at 1 p.m. March 10 at the Nottingham Fire Company, 200 Mercer St. in Hamilton Square; visit

Star-Ledger file photo

The Morris County St. Patrick's Day Parade steps off at noon on Saturday, March 10 at the corner of South and James streets in Morristown, moving down South Street around the Morristown Green; visit or for more. 

Frances Micklow | The Star-Ledger

The Ocean County St. Patrick's Day Parade steps off at noon March 10 on the Boulevard in Seaside Heights, followed by an after-party at the Tri-Boro First Aid Squad Building (61 J St. in Seaside Park, $5); visit


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