It's almost time to dig out everything green from your closet as we get ready for a slew of St. Patrick's Day parades happening all over South Jersey for 2020!

You'll have plenty of chances in South Jersey to wear your green and celebrate.  Here's a list of St. Patrick's Day parades from New Jersey Leisure Guide and Jersey Family Fun.

  • 1

    Atlantic City- March 14th

    One of my favorite St. Patrick's Day Parade. The 35th annual Atlantic City St. Patrick's' Day parade kicks off around 1 PM at Rhode Island Ave and the Boardwalk.

    Last year's parade was so much fun and you can't beat the view of the ocean!

  • 2

    Sea Isle City-March 14th

    The annual rain or shine Sea Isle City parade kicks off at 3:30 PM at 84th East Landis Ave and ends at Kix Mcnutley's at 63rd St.



  • 3

    Wildwood- March 14th

    The annual Wildwood parade starts at noon at 10th and Atlantic Ave and proceeds north to Olde New Jersey Avenue.

    Ceremony to kick off parade begins at 11:30 AM on the steps of City Hall.

  • 4

    Mt. Holly Parade- March 7th

    This one kicks off early on March 7th at the Fairgrounds Plaza where Rt. 541 becomes High Street starting at noon. Pipe bands, Irish step dancers and so much more including live Irish music set up on two stages!


  • 5

    Cape May- St. Patty's Plunge- March 14th

    The St. Patty's Day weekend is filled Irish dancing and live music, polar plunge, 5K run and 1 mile family walk all happening at Carney's from 11 AM to 10 PM.

    Proceeds benefit Cape May County's local charity Family Promise.

  • 6

    Brigantine- 3/21

    The second annual Brigantine St. Patrick's Day parade gets underway at 1 PM at the St. Thomas Parking Lot on 7th street south and wraps up at Veteran's Park.

  • 7

    Gloucester City - March 1st

    One of the earliest parades in the state, The Gloucester City Parade gets underway Sunday, March 1st starting at 1 PM. The parade kicks off at Martin's Lake which is located at Baynes Avenue and Johnson Boulevard.

    Lot's of Irish food, dancing and of course plenty of bagpipes!


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