2021 Knoxville St. Patrick’s Day parade canceled, will return in 2022

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The coronavirus pandemic already canceling events for next year, including Knoxville’s Saint Patrick’s Day parade.

Organizers say the 2021 Knoxville St. Patrick’s Day and Cel-O’bragh-tion has been canceled, adding they decided to cancel the parade out of an abundance of caution and health concerns.

The 2020 edition was canceled in mid-March amid the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

The parade is set to return in March of 2022.

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