There are few things Texans love touting more than the Lone Star State's mythic proportions. In the 1990s, tourism commercials went so far as to proudly profess, "Texas: It's like a whole other country." So it stands to reason that a land of such grand geographic girth and hearty self-image would enjoy claiming enclaves of actual other countries contained within its expansive borders. That's what you'll find on St. Patrick's Day in D-FW. Celebrate Ireland, its descendants and its indelible impact on the state's culture at happy-go-lucky events around North Texas.
St. Patrick's Day in Dallas
Big D does St. Patrick's Day in a big way with festivities in the Upper and Lower Greenville neighborhoods that draw more than 125,000 attendees to the city's northeastern quadrant each year. The party's 40th annual celebration includes four main components on March 16: Dallas St. Patrick's Parade and Festival, Lower Greenville Avenue St. Patrick's Day Block party and more.
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