Mickela Mallozzi Joins the Dublin St. Patrick’s Day 2024 Parade Telecast!

Dublin, Ireland – The iconic St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Dublin is about to get an extra dose of flair! This year, the parade telecast will be co-hosted by none other than the talented Mickela Mallozzi, renowned US TV presenter and creator of the Emmy-award-winning PBS travel series “Bare Feet”.

A Global Celebration

As the parade steps off on March 17, 2024, viewers around the world will tune in to witness the magic of Dublin’s streets.

From the comfort of their homes, they’ll experience the vibrant floats, spirited music, and the infectious energy that defines this annual extravaganza.

Mickey’s Irish Connection

Mickela’s love for Ireland runs deep. Her passion for travel and cultural exploration has taken her across the globe, but Ireland holds a special place in her heart.

 “My favorite time of year is whenever I get to go back to Ireland—ALWAYS!” she exclaims. Her infectious enthusiasm promises to infuse the parade with extra joy and authenticity.

Francis Brennan and Mickela Mallozzi: A Dynamic Duo

Joining Mickela as co-host is the celebrated Irish TV presenter, Francis Brennan. Together, they’ll guide viewers through the festivities, share behind-the-scenes stories, and capture the essence of St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin.

Reviews and Community Buzz

  • Tens of Thousands Line the Streets: Despite road closures and detours, tens of thousands of people lined the city’s streets to catch a glimpse of the parade. Attendees donned shamrock-shaped sunglasses, Irish jerseys, and leprechaun hats, creating a kaleidoscope of green and cheers.
  • Sense of Community: Joe Gutierrez, a Dublin resident, summed it up: “The whole sense of community—we come and watch this every year, and it’s good to see all these people”.

Tune In and Celebrate

Whether you’re in Dublin or halfway across the world, grab your virtual front-row seat. Let the bagpipes play, the dancers twirl, and the laughter echo. Dublin’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is more than a tradition; it’s a global celebration of culture, camaraderie, and the magic of Ireland.