Millions gather for St. Patrick's Day parade in New York City
About two million people from all over the world gathered in New York City for the annual St. Patrick's Day parade. Bagpipers, marching bands and floats all made their way down Fifth Avenue. Our Bree Driscoll was there and has more on one of the city's biggest celebrations of the year.
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NEW YORK CITY -- Everyone's Irish this weekend, as the celebrations for St. Patrick's Day take place all over the country.
In New York City, about two million people gathered for the annual St. Patrick's Day parade.
Bagpipers, marching bands and floats all made their way down Fifth Avenue.
Spectators from all over the world came sporting their different shades of green.
The crowds waved Irish flags and cheered, despite the chilly weather and occasional snow flurries.
The parade marks the city's largest celebration of Irish pride all year.