Cancelled: St. Patrick's Day Parade In Budapest, 22 March

  • 11 Mar 2020 2:20 PM
Cancelled: St. Patrick's Day Parade In Budapest, 22 March
From the organisers: With regret, the Irish-Hungarian Business Circle has decided to cancel the Parade and After-Party on Sunday, March 22nd.

While this is disappointing, the well-being of our guests is our first priority and therefore in light of the situation with regard to COVID-19, it is prudent to take this precautionary measure.

We hope to be able to reschedule these events in the near future.

We thank all our sponsors, members, and guests for their support and will reach out to you individually via email soon.

Earlier:
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Budapest at the 10th Annual Parade and Festival!

Bring your friends and family, dress in green and eat, drink and be Irish for the day! You don't have to be Irish to get in on the fun of St. Patrick's Day.

Programme:
Starting: Erzsébet tér – 12:00; free for the whole family.
Parade departs at 3 pm.

Festival & After-party @ Akvárium Club
Irish music, dancing, food and drink.

Date and time:
Sunday, 22 March, 12 pm - 10 pm 

Venue: 
Erzsébet tér & Akvrium Club
1051 Erzsébet tér 12.

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