Veteran's Day Parade

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Event Details

Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, presented by Honoring Arizona's Veterans, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, starts at North Phoenix Baptist Church, Montebello and Central South on Central at Montebello, East on Camelback, South on 7th to Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ, 85012

The Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, presented by Honoring Arizona's Veterans has a long history of pride and patriotism in Phoenix on Veterans Day. This family friendly event glistens with a beautiful tribute to our true heroes our Veterans. You'll see large helium balloons, Veterans Service Organizations, JROTC entries, a 30x60 foot American Flag carried down the route, floats, equestrian units, military flyovers and much, much more.

The Phoenix Veterans Day Parade Committee is an all-volunteer, non-profit group of dedicated Veterans, Military, and community leaders who support the mission to ensure our Veterans are recognized on their special day through this parade. Ongoing since 1997, this parade features 45,000 attendees, 100 parade entries, and seven announcers booths along the route for you to learn more about our Veterans.

For more details please contact our Parade Coordinator: Paula Pedene Tel#: 480-772-2934

Veteran's Day Parade

Address : VA Hospital, Central Ave. Phoenix AZ
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