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PALM DESERT GOLF CART PARADE RETURNS

One of the desert’s most fun and colorful events returns on Sunday, October 30, when scores of decorated carts, floats, and marching bands will head down world famous El Paseo for the 58th annual Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade.

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Festivities start at 8:00 AM with a fly over by the  Palm Springs Air Museum at 12:00 PM to kick off the parade!

Organized by the Palm Desert Area Chamber of Commerce (PDACC), the Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade is a treasured local tradition. Falling on the day before Halloween, the theme for this year’s celebration is Masquerade Parade. Expect lots of Halloween fun for the whole family!

Conveniently Located Right On The Parade Route at the El Paseo Gardens in their underground covered parking. Schedule Today!

The Golf Cart Parade Festivities start at 8am with the Parade stepping off at 12 noon, following a flyover by the Palm Springs Air Museum. Tom Flores, NFL legend and Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee, will be the 2022 Golf Cart Parade Grand Marshal.

Rotary Breakfast Open to the Public at 8am. The Family Fun & Kids Zone, Beer and Mimosa Garden and Food Trucks 9am. The Golf Cart Parade steps off at 12 noon, following a flyover by the Palm Springs Air Museum.

While the parade itself starts at noon, come early to enjoy all day’s activities. The Palm Desert Rotary will hold its popular annual Pancake Breakfast starting at 8 a.m. on the corner of El Paseo and San Luis Rey. Sponsor and vendor booths, Family Fun & Kids Zone, Food Trucks, and the Beer and Mimosa Garden all start at 9 a.m., and be sure to leave time to peruse the classic car show, too.

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Name: 58th ANNUAL GOLF CART PARADE!

Date: October 30, 2022

Time: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM PDT

Website: Click Here to Sign Up

Call Us: 760.346.6111

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Event Description:

Save the Date! OCTOBER 30, 2022 – The 58th Annual Palm Desert Golf Parade is BACK! We are so excited to announce the return of this amazing event that celebrates our local community.

One of the desert’s most fun and colorful events returns on Sunday, October 30, when scores of decorated carts, floats, and marching bands will head down world famous El Paseo for the 58th annual Palm Desert Golf Cart Parade.

Festivities start at 8:00 AM with a fly over by the  Palm Springs Air Museum at 12:00 PM to kick off the parade!

NFL legend and recent Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee, Tom Flores and his wife Barbara, will be the 2022 Golf Cart Parade Grand Marshals. The theme for this year’s festivities is Masquerade Party.

The PDACC is excited to celebrate with our amazing local community with delicious food, a delightful parade, and great kids Halloween fun!

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP
https://www.pdacc.org/palm-desert-golf-cart-parade/

For more information please call 760.346.6111

Seniors, food and drink vendors, awards and trophy presentations, and more.

Free seating can be found at multiple locations along the parade route. Almost Sold Out – VIP seats ($25 each) can be reserved in advance. For more information, please call the PDACC at 760-346-6111.

Senior Seating has SOLD OUT!

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DETAILS

Date: October 30, 2022

Cost: Free Event Categories: FamilyFree EventParade

Website: https://www.pdacc.org/palm-desert-golf-cart-parade/

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El Paseo Palm Desert, CA 92260 United States+ Google Map


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