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MAP: Parade route and street closures for St. Patrick's Day 2014

Check out our interactive map including the entire parade route and key spots for viewing and fun family activities this Saint Patrick's Day in Boston.


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This Sunday, families and revelers will come out this Sunday to celebrate and enjoy all the music, floats and festivities at the 2014 St. Patrick's Day Parade.

The parade will start at 1pm at Dorchester Ave and W. Broadway, and make its way through South Boston to finish up at Dorchester Ave and Dorchester Street.

The parade starts at 1pm, but streets will be closing starting at 11:00am so be sure to know what will be shut down before you head out to join the fun.

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Street Closures

All streets along parade route.
Dorchester Avenue, both sides, from Gillette Park to Old Colony Avenue.
Andrew Square to the bridge over the Southeast Expressway, both sides.
West Broadway, both sides, from Dorchester Avenue to Dorchester Street.
East Broadway, both sides, from Dorchester Street to P Street.
P Street, both sides, from East Broadway to East Fourth Street.
East Fourth Street, both sides, from P Street to K Street.
K Street, both sides, from East Fourth Street to East Fifth Street.
East Fifth Street, both sides, from K Street to G Street.
G Street, both sides, from East Fifth Street to Thomas Park.
Old Colony Avenue, both sides, from Dorchester Avenue to C Street.
Thomas Park, both sides, from G Street to Telegraph Street.
Telegraph Street, both sides, from Thomas Park to Dorchester Street.
Dorchester Street, both sides, from Telegraph Street to Dorchester Avenue.
Southampton Street, both sides, from Andrew Square to the bridge over the Southeast Expressway.
West Sixth Street, both sides, from F Street to Dorchester Street.
F Street, southeast side (Boy's Club side), from West Sixth Street to Bowen Street.

Check out our interactive map including the entire parade route and key spots for viewing and fun family activities.

Happy St Patrick's Day!

 
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