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Advice to Public for St. Patrick's Day 2022

Road Closures for St. Patrick's Day Parade 2022
Route Map for St. Patrick's Day Parade 2022

Advice to Public for St. Patrick's Day 2022:

Please use Public Transport (additional capacity)

Further updates and full road closures are available on:

St Patrick's Festival siteTFI, Bus Éireann, Dublin Bus, Luas and other carriers websites for terminus changes


To facilitate the parade, there will be NO Red Line trams running between Smithfield and The Point from 10:00 to 15:00 approx. Red Line trams will run between Tallaght / Saggart and Smithfield only during these times.

There will be NO Green Line trams running between St. Stephen’s Green and Dominick from 01:30 to 18:00 approx. Trams will run between Broombridge and Dominick, and between St. Stephen’s Green and Brides Glen only during these times.

Family Friendly Events - No Alcohol Consumption on Public Streets
Follow Directions of Stewards and Gardaí - Plan your route to the event and arrive early
No large objects (ladders etc)
Restricted Viewing at O’Connell Bridge
Child ID Wristbands available from Store Street, Bridewell, Mountjoy, Pearse Street and Kevin Street Garda Stations
Multiple Road Closures adjacent to and along parade route beginning at: 4.30am through to 5pm approx.

The Festival Village is now taking place in Collins Barracks.