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Limerick’s parade features thousands of participants. 2019’s out-of-this-world theme: One Giant Leap, was in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s Moon Landing. “The concept of One Giant Leap reflects the unprecedented, transformative and dynamic revitalisation that Limerick is undergoing, made possible by ambitious plans, self-belief and a collection of small and giant leaps by communities, organisations and individuals.” Highlights: Listening to over 1,300 talented marching band musicians compete at the Limerick International Band Championship, cozying up for the fireworks at the Sarsfield Bridge, and touring the Museum of Moon: a pop-up art installation that fuses lunar imagery, moonlight and surround sound. Pro tip:  Want to see the rest of the city but tired of walking? Hop on Limerick’s 40-meter panoramic ferris wheel (giving you 360 degree views across Limerick’s skyline). How to celebrate in 2021: “Tune in to take part” in this year’s jam packed virtual Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival. Look forward to songs, workshops, aerial performances, and so much more.

Limerick’s parade on March 17th features thousands of participants and one out-of-this-world theme: One Giant Leap, in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s Moon Landing. “The concept of One Giant Leap reflects the unprecedented, transformative and dynamic revitalisation that Limerick is undergoing, made possible by ambitious plans, self-belief and a collection of small and giant leaps by communities, organisations and individuals.” Highlights: Listening to over 1,300 talented marching band musicians compete at the Limerick International Band Championship, cozying up for the fireworks at the Sarsfield Bridge, and touring the Museum of Moon: a pop-up art installation that fuses lunar imagery, moonlight and surround sound. Pro tip:  Want to see the rest of the city but tired of walking? Hop on Limerick’s 40-meter panoramic ferris wheel (giving you 360 degree views across Limerick’s skyline).

Limerick’s parade on March 17th features thousands of participants and one out-of-this-world theme: One Giant Leap, in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s Moon Landing. “The concept of One Giant Leap reflects the unprecedented, transformative and dynamic revitalisation that Limerick is undergoing, made possible by ambitious plans, self-belief and a collection of small and giant leaps by communities, organisations and individuals.” Highlights: Listening to over 1,300 talented marching band musicians compete at the Limerick International Band Championship, cozying up for the fireworks at the Sarsfield Bridge, and touring the Museum of Moon: a pop-up art installation that fuses lunar imagery, moonlight and surround sound. Pro tip:  Want to see the rest of the city but tired of walking? Hop on Limerick’s 40-meter panoramic ferris wheel (giving you 360 degree views across Limerick’s skyline).

Limerick’s parade features thousands of participants. 2019’s out-of-this-world theme: One Giant Leap, was in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s Moon Landing. “The concept of One Giant Leap reflects the unprecedented, transformative and dynamic revitalisation that Limerick is undergoing, made possible by ambitious plans, self-belief and a collection of small and giant leaps by communities, organisations and individuals.” Highlights: Listening to over 1,300 talented marching band musicians compete at the Limerick International Band Championship, cozying up for the fireworks at the Sarsfield Bridge, and touring the Museum of Moon: a pop-up art installation that fuses lunar imagery, moonlight and surround sound. Pro tip:  Want to see the rest of the city but tired of walking? Hop on Limerick’s 40-meter panoramic ferris wheel (giving you 360 degree views across Limerick’s skyline). How to celebrate in 2021: “Tune in to take part” in this year’s jam packed virtual Limerick St. Patrick’s Festival. Look forward to songs, workshops, aerial performances, and so much more.

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