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2023 St. Patrick’s Day Parade Participation Guide

Sedona AZ – Join the city of Sedona and its Parks and Recreation Department for the 2023 annual St. Patrick’s Parade.

The family fun festivities are presented by the city of Sedona.

This St. Patrick’s Day parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. on March 18, 2023, from Jordan Historical Park and proceed south on Jordan Road to Mesquite Avenue. Parade entrants will include civic, social, cultural and religious organizations, dignitaries, and area businesses.

Want to be part of this fun community annual event? There are many ways to participate in the St. Patrick’s Parade:

 • Parade Entry: Parade registration is open from January 17 until February 28. Click here to register.
 • Sponsor: Are you interested in becoming a sponsor? Review the levels available for Sponsorship on our Sponsor Chart.
Click here to be a Sponsor.
 • Volunteer: After years of partnering with the NAU Parks and Recreation Department and Events Management Course, they are no longer able to participate due to program changes after the pandemic. Sedona Parks and Recreation is currently seeking volunteers to fill various tasks, ranging from pre-event to day-of opportunities. If you would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities, please contact the department via email.

Parade Information and Rules:

Parade Rules
Spectator Parking Map
Participant Staging Map

Road Closures/Traffic Plan Map – 1

Road Closures/Traffic Plan Map – 2



  1. Darlene, VOC says:

    happy to see parade on this year

  2. Pat says:

    loved it

  3. Happy St. Patrick’s Day 2023 says:

    Friday • March 17, 2023 Top o’ the morning!
    Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Today commemorates the feast day of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.

    The religious holiday has been observed by the Irish for over 1,000 years, but the secular revelry commonly associated with it (like drinking green beer, finding lucky shamrocks, holding community festivals and parades, and coloring Chicago lake water green) is all because the leprechauns make us do it!

    The first official St. Patrick’s Day parade took place in 1601, in what is now St. Augustine, Florida. Boston and New York followed up with their own marches in the 18th century, and today, countries and cultures all over the world enjoy creating their own “St. Paddy’s day” festivities and traditions.

    May you carry the luck o’ the Irish with you today and now I’ve got to go find me a lucky charm and a pot o’ gold.

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