Tucson Parades

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The weather in Tucson is great most of the year, perfect for almost year-round parade. Here’s a list of parades you can attend for a some inexpensive family fun.

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Tucson Rodeo Parade

The Tucson Rodeo parade is considered the world’s longest non-motorized parade. It was founded in 1925, along with the Tucson Rodeo. There is also a Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum located at the Tucson Rodeo grounds.

Where: A new route for 2024 hasn’t been announced yet.

When: Thursday, February 22, 2024.

Tucson St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The parade begins at 10:30. The St. Patrick’s Day Festival beings at 10AM with live Irish music, dancers, entertainment, a children’s area, and food and merchandize vendors.

Where: It starts at 17th street and Stone Ave ending at Armory Park.

When: Sunday, March 17, 2024

Downtown Parade of Lights

The Downtown Parade of Lights is an annual tradition with over 70 entries, including brightly decorated floats, marching bands, nonprofits, neighborhood groups, families, and more.

Where: Armory Park

When: Saturday, December 14, 2024

All Souls Procession

Tucson’s Dia de Los Muertos-inspired event is a tradition of remembrance, founded in 1990. Details for the 2024 haven’t been published yet.

Where: Last year’s procession started at Speedway and Grande Ave

When: Early November 2024

Pets of Pima Parade

This parade celebrates the love between pets and humans, inviting community members across Tucson and Pima County to show off their cherished companions. People are invited to participate with their pets of all shapes, sizes, and species!

Where: 4th Avenue District

When: Sunday, February 18, 2024

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