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List of Christmas and holiday season parades

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The following is a list of holiday parades that occur between Thanksgiving Day (in the U.S.) and early January, coinciding with the Christmas and holiday season. Klamath falls oregon as the snow flake prade its activities start the first of December and ending 16 days later.

Africa[edit | edit source]

South Africa[edit | edit source]

Asia[edit | edit source]

India[edit | edit source]

Japan[edit | edit source]

Malaysia[edit | edit source]

  • Miri: Miri Christmas Parade. Held annually since 2008. (Article)

Philippines[edit | edit source]

South Korea[edit | edit source]

  • Yongin: Everland Christmas Fantasy. Various daily Christmas themed parades held at the Everland theme park, annually in November and December.

Thailand[edit | edit source]

Europe[edit | edit source]

Belgium[edit | edit source]

Finland[edit | edit source]

  • Helsinki: Helsinki Christmas Parade. Held annually in late November since 1949, as part of the Opening of the Aleksanterinkatu Christmas Street festivities. (Website - English version)

France[edit | edit source]

Germany[edit | edit source]

  • Hamburg: Hamburger Weihnachtsparade (Hamburg Christmas parade). Held annually on all four Advent Saturdays. (Website - German)

Ireland[edit | edit source]

Netherlands[edit | edit source]

Spain[edit | edit source]

Sweden[edit | edit source]

United Kingdom[edit | edit source]

England[edit | edit source]

Scotland[edit | edit source]

  • Edinburgh: Torchlight Procession. Held annually on the evening of the 30th of December, as the opening event of Edinburgh's Hogmanay festival. (Website)

Oceania[edit | edit source]

Australia[edit | edit source]

New South Wales[edit | edit source]

Queensland[edit | edit source]

South Australia[edit | edit source]

Tasmania[edit | edit source]

Victoria[edit | edit source]

Western Australia[edit | edit source]

New Zealand[edit | edit source]

North America[edit | edit source]

Bahamas[edit | edit source]

  • Nassau: Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade. Part of the Bahamian national festival of Junkanoo

Canada[edit | edit source]

Alberta[edit | edit source]

British Columbia[edit | edit source]

Manitoba[edit | edit source]

New Brunswick[edit | edit source]

St Andrews: Saturday Dec 6th Fredericton: Saturday Nov 29th Caraquet: Saturday Nov 15th Sussex: Saturday Dec 6th Bathurst: Sunday Dec 7th

Newfoundland and Labrador[edit | edit source]

Nova Scotia[edit | edit source]

Ontario[edit | edit source]

Quebec[edit | edit source]

Saskatchewan[edit | edit source]

Yukon[edit | edit source]

Mexico[edit | edit source]

United States[edit | edit source]

Alabama[edit | edit source]

  • Montgomery: Hornet Homecoming Parade (held by Alabama State University)
  • Opelika: Small scale community parade in Downtown Opelika with different schools, pagents,churches, businesses and community service operations. Held on the first Wednesday of November. Associated with "Christmas in a Railroad Town" also in Downtown Opelika.

Arizona[edit | edit source]

California[edit | edit source]

Connecticut[edit | edit source]

Colorado[edit | edit source]

Delaware[edit | edit source]

  • Seaford, Delaware: Parade Spectacular Event. It is held the first Saturday of December. Christmas Carols at 6:00 pm, and Parade at 7:00 pm. Recognized as the largest Christmas Parade on Delmarva, we are sure you won’t be disappointed! Bring a chair or a blanket (or both!) for an enchanting evening. ]) (Website)

Florida[edit | edit source]

Georgia[edit | edit source]

Hawaii[edit | edit source]

Illinois[edit | edit source]

Indiana[edit | edit source]

Iowa[edit | edit source]

Kentucky[edit | edit source]

  • Owensboro: Owensboro-Daviess County Christmas Parade - Where Kentucky Starts Christmas (Website)

Louisiana[edit | edit source]

Maryland[edit | edit source]

Massachusetts[edit | edit source]

Michigan[edit | edit source]

Minnesota[edit | edit source]

Mississippi[edit | edit source]

Missouri[edit | edit source]

Nevada[edit | edit source]

New Jersey[edit | edit source]

New Mexico[edit | edit source]

New York[edit | edit source]

North Carolina[edit | edit source]

North Dakota[edit | edit source]

Ohio[edit | edit source]

Oklahoma[edit | edit source]

  • Ada: Christmas Parade ([7])
  • Tulsa: Tulsa Christmas Parade. Held annually since 1926. (Website)
  • Waurika: Christmas Parade ([8]) (Second weekend in December)

Oregon[edit | edit source]

Pennsylvania[edit | edit source]

South Carolina[edit | edit source]

South Dakota[edit | edit source]

Tennessee[edit | edit source]

Texas[edit | edit source]

Virginia[edit | edit source]

Washington[edit | edit source]

West Virginia[edit | edit source]

Wisconsin[edit | edit source]

Wyoming[edit | edit source]

South America[edit | edit source]

Colombia[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]


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