Top-Notch Atlanta Holiday Parades
See giant floats, bands and performers flow down the street this holiday season.
This year’s theme is “30 Years of Christmas Magic.” Dec. 5.
Enjoy the decorations and lights of the parade before the annual tree lighting on Town Square. Dec. 6.
Floats, giant helium-filled balloons and marching bands will move down the street, and the arrival of Santa will announce the holiday season. Dec. 7.
Celebrate the holidays with this parade presented by the Covington Lions Club. Dec. 7.
Watch the parade and stop by Lilburn City Hall for a photo with Santa. Dec. 7.
Marching bands, decorated floats, vintage cars, costumed characters and more. Dec. 7.
Enjoy arts and craft vendors, kids’ activities and a Secret Santa Shop at Winterfest, and the themed “Christmas in the South” parade. Dec. 7.
This parade ends with fireworks. Dec. 7.
Watch the parade and the lighting of the Christmas Tree, make ornaments and visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus at this annual event. Dec. 7.
Watch the parade featuring lots of lights and Santa, and after the parade, visit with Santa, decorate cupcakes and more. Dec. 7.
This year’s theme is “Once Upon a Christmas.” Dec. 7.
Watch floats, walking groups, decorated cars, trucks and marching bands in “Christmas Movies.” Dec. 14.
This parade features Santa, live reindeer, community floats, fun activities and more. Dec. 14.
Welcome the holiday season with this annual Christmas parade featuring local businesses, school groups and organizations. Dec. 14.