scoop.co.nz 13 Mar, 2021 02:15 am

Wellington To Lead The World In Turning Green For St Patrick's Day

Wellington To Lead The World In Turning Green For St Patrick's Day
New Zealand's capital city, Wellington, is preparing for another world first in 2021 with an official, public parade to mark St. Patrick's Day. Wellingtonians are being encouraged to wear something green and celebrate St Patrick's Day on Sunday, ...

New Zealand's capital city, Wellington, is preparing for another world first in 2021 with an official, public parade to mark St.As far as we know, this year, New Zealand is hosting the only parades in the world, with Wellington hosting the first of two parades in Aotearoa." The parade, which is a partnership with the Irish Embassy of New Zealand starts at Odlin's Plaza, Welling and winds its way along the waterfront finishing up outside the TSB Arena at Queen's Wharf.This is an event for all the family with a fantastic mix of New Zealand and Irish performances with locals encouraged to wear something green.

Patrick's Day.Wellingtonians are being encouraged to wear something green and celebrate St Patrick's Day on Sunday, 14 March from 1pm to 5pm with a family friendly parade starting at Odlins Plaza and ending at Queens Wharf.

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