A significant day in the history of United States is July 4th. 4th July marks the 'Declaration of Independence' of theUnited States from the Kingdom of Great Britain. This day is commonly associated with parades, firework shows, picnics,
carnivals, ceremonies, speeches, events for celebrating the history and traditions of the nation. The other common term of 4th July is Independence Day of the United States. The 4th July parades are usually held in the mornings. Several associations and organizations organize the Independence day parade.
The parade of 4th July is actually an annual event consisting of more than a hundred entries. The parade of July 4th entries usually comprise of military color guards, clowns, dignitaries, marching bands to striking automobiles. The 4th July parade is organized with the sole purpose of promoting the Independence Day of United States.
The Independence Day parade of United States features marching military and special units, bands, floats and VIPs. The 4th July parade is a symbol of patriotic celebration of America's birthday.
The parade marks the beginning of the July 4th celebrations. This major event draws the attention of large number of people.
As it is a grand event, big crowd and large public gatherings are expected. So, here are some of the tips that you must be aware of before you attend the parade of 4th July -
Try to reach the venue early in order to find a good viewing spot.
Dress in accordance with the weather. You must dress appropriately to deal with the hot and humid weather.
Try and carry your own food and water for the long eventful day.
Different organizations arrange the July 4th parade on the basis of several themes. Here are some of the past and present themes of July 4th parade organized by one of the non-political organizations in Texas
|Parade Themes in Different Year|
|2016||Music & Dance Through the Years|
|2015||The American Revolution|
|2014||Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner|
|2013||Emblems of the Land I Love|
|2012||The Many Faces of America’s Freedom|
|2011||Let’s Roll… America|
|2010||America: Yesterday; Today; and Forever|
|2009||Commemorating Our National Monuments and Memorials|
|2008||Celebrating Our Bill of Rights|
|2007||We the People|
|2006||America, The Dream Lives On!|
|2005||It's Still a Grand Old Flag!|
|2004||Of Thee I Sing|
|2003||Proud to be an American|
|2002||Proud to be an American|
|2001||United We Stand - Proudly We Serve|
|2000||America's – Past Present and Future|