Small Town Parades for Free Entertainment
Do you hear it? The parade is coming down your favorite main street!
Living south of Nashville, TN, we’ve experienced very endearing small town parades. Showcasing marching bands, small children on bicycles, veterans, high school groups, cool cars, and wacky floats, it’s always a family-oriented and FREE form of entertainment.
Typically featured on national holidays, small town parades can be part of your family’s celebration. Make it a tradition to perform in or watch one of these festive processions.
What makes a small town parade extra nice? Well down here, it’s the southern politeness that makes waiting for a parade actually fun. No bumping, squeezing, or last minute tall people pushing their way in front of you.
Plus, you’ll certainly see someone you know marching past. You’ll be close enough to thank a veteran, cheer on a scout, or root for your favorite high school team or band.
One of our favorite local parades is found during the Christmas holiday season in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee.
Local Parades Coming Up
Mt. Juliet Christmas Parade; Fairview Christmas Parade: December 10, 2016 at 11:00 AM
Gallatin Christmas Parade: December 10th, 2016 at 12PM
Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade: December 10, 2016 at 2 PM
Murfreesboro Christmas Parade: December 11 at 2PM
Do you have a favorite local parade or has someone in your family marched in a parade recently? We want to hear from you!
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