St Paddy's Day revellers have donned green and hit the Guinness
St Paddy’s Day revellers don their favourite green and hit the Guinness from Newcastle to New York tonight as the world commemorates Ireland’s patron saint
Revellers across the world painted the streets green to celebrate St. Patrick’s day today from Newcastle to New York.
In Ireland’s capital, a sea of green and orange crowds of half a million people took to Dublin’s streets to take part in the festive parade while boozy revellers enjoyed pints of Guinness.
The annual parade in New York City – which bills itself as the world’s largest and oldest – paid homage to Ireland’s patron saint and celebrated the deep Irish history interwoven with American culture.
Meanwhile the Princess of Wales enjoyed sips of ‘the black stuff’ with Prince William at the Irish Guards’ St Patrick’s Day Parade in Aldershot.
DUBLIN: Revellers dressed up to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in front of the famous Temple Bar in Dublin
NEWCASTLE: Revellers pictured out in force this afternoon in Jesmond as the St Patrick’s Day celebrations started early
NEW YORK: A police department Pipe and Drums band marches in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade
DUBLIN: Revellers pictured attending the parade to celebrate St Patrick’s Day
WASHINGTON DC: The White House’s fountain turns green for annual St. Patrick’s Day celebrations
ALDERSHOT: The Prince and Princess of Wales each enjoyed a pint of Guinness
LEEDS: Boozy revellers took to the streets for a St Paddy’s Day nightout
NEW YORK: A reveller at the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade held along 5th Avenue
NEWCASTLE: Pictured are boozy revellers ready for a night of St Paddy’s Day celebrations
FLORIDA: Spring breakers celebrated the day at the beach – with many wearing green swimwear
NEW YORK: An Irish Wolfhound taking pride of place in the city’s annual parade
Celebrations took place across the island of Ireland with massive crowds turning out to mark March 17 in towns and cities.
Many more watched Dublin’s 2023 parade, featuring 4,200 performers including marching bands, aerial acrobats and vibrant costumes, live on television.
Parade attendees showed up in leprechaun hats, dyed-green beards and emerald scarves.
The parade centred around the theme of ‘ONE’ to ‘shine a light on all the goodness that surrounds us’ by protecting and embracing global traditions, culture and heritage.
DUBLIN: Performers taking part in the annual St Patrick’s Day parade
BELFAST: Two revellers in the Northern Irish capital smartly dressed in St Paddy’s Day suits
NEW YORK: Children took part in the city’s annual parade
NEW YORK: Members of the Hartsdale fire department
DUBLIN: Giant colourful statues were paraded around the city during the celebration
NEWCASTLE: Revellers pictured wearing green to celebrate the day
DUBLIN: President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins attends the St Patrick’s Day Parade
DUBLIN: Taking part in the parade were also floats, pictured here is the Daniel O’Connell monument float
BELFAST: A participant dressed as bagpipes in the today’s parade
DUBLIN: Revellers in the city centre at the annual St Patrick’s Day parade
SYDNEY: Revellers in Australia celebrating the day on a nightout
DUBLIN: A reveller dressed to impress
NEW YORK: Members of the fire department Pipe and Drums participate in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade
NEW YORK: An Irish Wolfhound participates in the St. Patrick’s Day parade
GEORGIA, USA: Conor McGregor was spotted in Savannah to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
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