Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade saved again by Mavericks

March 5, 2018 by  

Thanks to the Dallas Mavericks, the city’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration, including its parade will take place this year.

The Dallas Mavericks will be featured prominently, as is befitting a presenting sponsor; and considering that this will make the third time that Mavericks’ owner Mark Cuban has rescued the city’s parade, it is unlikely that anyone will complain. The parade had been saved in 2012 and 2017 by Cuban’s organization.

The Mavs will host two floats, dancers, the Mavs Express bus, and several mascots in the parade. Additionally, at Greenville and Lovers Lane, the CVS corner will be The Mavs Corner with a Mavs Retail Shop, exhibitors, food trucks, and Mavericks’ entertainers.

The Dallas Mavs St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival will start March 17 at 11:00 am. Those going to the parade are urged to use DART since parking will be insufficient for the number of expected attendees. Riders can get off at Lovers Lane Station, Park Lane Station, or Mockingbird Station.

Employing a flyer printing service is probably the most cost-effective way of keeping the public abreast of details concerning all of the different events adjacent to the parade itself. Featured event spots that will be operational from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm include the Exhibitor Zone, Brew Fest, VIP Tailgate, and VIP Brew Fest.