Savannah St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee
The Official Site
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee pays tribute to the military by hosting the Sgt. William Jasper Memorial Ceremony each year on the eve of the Parade. The ceremony is named after the famed Revolutionary War hero, who lost his life while rescuing his regiment’s colors during the Siege of Savannah in 1779. Recruited by Francis “Swamp Fox” Marion, William Jasper enlisted in the 2nd South Carolina Regiment in 1775 and was quickly promoted to the rank of sergeant. Jasper first distinguished himself... more
Savannah’s Celtic Cross Monument was dedicated on December 3, 1983 as part of the celebration marking the 250th anniversary of the founding of Savannah and the colony of Georgia. At the direction of Mayor John Rousakis, committees were formed among the various ethnic groups in Savannah to develop plans for monuments to represent the rich cultural diversity of the city. The late Dr. Paul Jurgensen was selected to lead the Irish Monument Committee. A Celtic Cross was chosen as the design of the monument... more
One of Savannah’s most popular tourist attractions is the scenic and beautiful Forsyth Park Fountain, constructed in 1858. Although of French design, each March, usually the week before March 17, it take on the “wearing o’ the green” in preparation for Savannah’s most celebrated event of the year, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Some say it was the impish work of leprechauns that initiated the Greening of the Fountain. The story goes that in the mid 1980s an unknown group, enthusiastic about the... more
This just in, the new 2014 Savannah St. Patrick's Day Parade Magazine is available for download right here, right now. Click the Parade Magazine image above.
Bleacher locations are confirmed and published. Select Parade Info/Bleachers for the map, then reserve your favorite spot with Kelly Tours.
Everything you need to know about parking for the Parade. Select Parade Info/Parking for the map. You can download it and print it out to take with you.