2014 Salt Lake City St. Patrick’s Day Parade
The parade begins promptly at 10:00 a.m. on the morning of Saturday, March 15.
Through the Gateway in downtown Salt Lake City. Parade units line up at 400 West and 200 North, queuing up northward. Folks line the streets starting at 200 North, although the best viewing is in the Gateway. The parade units will proceed south on 400 West, west on 50 North, then take a jog down Rio Grande Street through the Gateway. I’m told the viewing stand will be located right around 100 South on the west side of the street, but don’t quote me on that!
Rinceoiri Don Spraoi will be entry #21.
How to Get There
Rinceoiri Don Spraoi Irish Dancers strongly recommend that you make a point to come downtown early and, if at all possible, take public transportation.
TRAX: All stops near The Gateway are in the “Free Fare Zone” and $1.75 in all other zones. Take Route 701 or Route 702 “University Line” to the ARENA Stop or Planetarium Stop.
FrontRunner: Fare – $2.50 base fare, $.50 for each additional station (maximum fare from Ogden to Salt Lake City is $5). Stop at Salt Lake City Central Station and take TRAX Route 701 or Route 702 “University Line” to the Planetarium Stop, or ARENA Stop. These TRAX stops are in the “Free Fare Zone.”
For times and more info, please visit rideuta.com.
The Gateway offers your first hour of parking FREE.
Self-parking is conveniently located in the Summer and Winter Parking Garages, accessible from 200 South and 100 South. Parking is also available on the Surface Lot just north of South Temple and the parking garage off 500 West behind Old Navy.
Gateway Parking Rates:
- 1 Hour or Less: Free
- 2 Hours or Less: $1.00
- 3 Hours or Less $3.00
- 4 Hours or Less $5.00
- Over 4 Hours $7.00
Featured photo by Farris Gerard.