St. Patrick’s Day Festivities
Join us in March for Wisconsin’s largest Saint Patrick’s Day Parade with an Irish Fest the same day in downtown New London, Wisconsin. The legendary week of Irish festivities arise when wily local Shamrock Club leprechauns craftily change the town’s name to ‘New Dublin’.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
The Grand Parade typically has an extensive lineup of bagpipe bands, marching bands, festive clowns, specialty units, clans, an Irish wake parody, and business floats–up to 125 units or more. Bring the whole family to watch this nationally recognized event!
New Dublin Irish Fest
Irish Fest is a music festival held under a huge heated big top. Each year it features three dynamic Celtic bands with a variety of folk, rock and traditional tunes. Various vendors sell Irish food & beverages and you can browse market booths.
A Week of Events & Irish Cuisine
St. Patrick’s Day in New Dublin is a week-long celebration that includes an exciting schedule of weeknight activities. They include; Irish entertainment on stage, an Irish Céili and Irish caroling. Corned beef and cabbage is widely served during festivities week in area restaurants and pubs with some places usually having entertainment.
Find more things to do in the New London Tourism Guide to enhance your visit or come back and enjoy leisure activities when New Dublin goes back to being New London. In the summer three rivers make the area a natural waterpark for river tubing, canoeing, and kayaking opportunities.