St. Patrick's Day River Dyeing Parade

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Six decorated barges float down the river with revelers and Irish musicians. Includes a program of Irish music and dance at the Arneson River Theater with a ceremony of proclamations, speeches and more Irish music.

St. Patrick's Day River Dyeing Parade

Address : Down the San Antonio River to the Arneson River Theater San Antonio TX
Phone : 210-344-4317   (Always call and confirm events.)

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