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23rd Annual Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade

23rd Annual Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade

Monday, November 11 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Downtown Palm Springs Palm Canyon Drive between Ramon and Alejo Roads

23rd Annual Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade – Monday, November 11, 2018

23rd Annual Veteran’s Day Parade in Palm Springs!

The City of Palm Springs proudly presents the 23nd annual Palm Springs Veterans Day Parade on Monday, November 11 at 3:30 p.m. in downtown Palm Springs.

The parade begins at Ramon Road and Palm Canyon Drive and heads northbound on Palm Canyon Drive to Alejo Road. The parade lasts approximately one hour and concludes with a patriotic concert and fireworks finale. The main stage is located at the intersection of Amado Road and Palm Canyon Drive.

Veteran’s Day Parade by Coachellavalley.com

The City of Palm Springs has once again been designated as a Regional Site for the observance of Veterans Day by the Department of Veterans Affairs. We are one of just sixty events selected nationwide to receive this honor. Our parade theme is “Honoring All Who Served”.

This parade is one of the largest in Southern California and is supported by military units, marching bands, veterans’ organizations and much more. Join us as we pay tribute to all of our veterans for their service in the Armed Forces.

Veteran’s Day Parade by Coachellavalley.com

For more information on this parade – www.psveteransday.com; for information becoming a parade sponsor, please contact the parade coordinator, Michele Cirone-Collier, at (760) 323-8265 or via email at michele.cirone-collier@palmspringsca.gov.

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