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St. Patrick’s parade entrants must register online at Sportsites before deadline

Deadline for Sedona St. Patrick’s parade entrants is February 24, 2020. Limited participation space so it’s first come, first served say organizers. Don’t delay, register online today.

Sedona AZ – Mark your calendars for the wearing of the green! On Saturday, March 14, 2020, the annual city of Sedona St. Patrick’s Parade is back for its 50th anniversary. As in the past, the Uptown parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. and travel down Jordan Road from the Sedona Heritage Museum to Mesquite Avenue.

The Sedona St. Patrick’s parade has a proud tradition of considerable public support because of the many individuals, organizations, musicians, community groups, and businesses that participate, including the Northern Arizona University’s Parks and Recreation Program students who take on the challenge of developing and executing the event from behind the scene.

To be part of the parade, register online before the deadline of Monday, February 24, 2020. Registration entries will be taken online this year through Sportsites, and more information can be found on the city of Sedona Parks and Recreation Department St. Patrick’s Parade calendar page at www.sedonaaz.gov/parks. The entry fee for a business is $100 and $25 per individual or non-profit organization.

Due to limited space, entries are taken on a first come, first served basis. Early submission for parade entries is highly encouraged.

For additional information, contact city of Sedona Parks and Recreation Manager Steve Richardson at 928-282-7098 or srichardson@sedonaaz.gov. Sponsorship opportunities are still available until February 17, 2020.


  1. Ellen says:

    hurry up last day tomorrow

  2. Drake says:

    In 2014, the National Park Service forbade unmanned aircraft from taking off in national parks around the country to protect people and wildlife, unless a special permit is obtained. Be sure you’re following the rules, Sedona!! I see drone footage all the time and it needs to stop, don’t want it during parades or park events. It puts real photographers and drone fliers out of business!! Real estate agents need to get permits too if they go beyond their lot boundaries including the people they hire. No more of these canyon and creek views to a house miles away footage !!

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