St. Patrick's Day weekend events in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The luck of the Irish spreads across the metro this weekend. The waves of Big 12 colors across Kansas City will soon be changing to a sea of green.

Here is a list of major events happening in the area. See something we missed? Tell us about it in a comment below.

41st Annual Kansas City St. Patrick's Day Parade

The largest celebration in Kansas City, this parade is sure to have something for everyone.

Time: 11 a.m.
Date: Sunday, March 17
Route: The parade goes down Broadway, starting at Linwood (33rd Street) and ending at 43rd Street.
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33rd Brookside St. Patrick's Warm-up Parade

This Brookside tradition should get you ready for Sunday. Grand Marshall Carl DiCapo and Frank and Teresa White (Mr. and Mrs. Irish) lead the parade.

Time: 2 p.m.
Date: Saturday, March 16
Route: The parade starts at 65th and Wornall, heads north on Wornall to 63rd Street, then east on 63rd to Main, south on Main to Meyer Boulevard, then west on Meyer to Brookside Road.
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Snake Saturday Parade and Festival

This year's theme for the Northland celebration is "Irish Roots & Cowboy Boots." Events include a car show, carnival rides and live entertainment. More information:

Time: Parade - 11 a.m. Festival - 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Date: Saturday, March 16
Location: The festival is located on Armour Road, between Fayette and Howell streets. The parade will run along Armour Road.

All Day St. Pat's Festival at the Power & Light District with Pauly D!

DJ Pauly D is spending St. Patty's Day in Kansas City. The party kicks off early with breakfast at The Dubliner and McFadden's at 7 a.m., then moves outside to KC Live! Block at 11 a.m. Live music starts at 1 p.m.
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Looking for something fun to do that doesn't involve St. Patrick's Day? Check out our weekend events list:


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