The independence day is also celebrated with patriotic songs such as 'The Star-Spangled Banner' (the national anthem)
The parade of 4th July is an annual event allowing more than a hundred entries. The parade of July 4th entries usually comprise military color guards, clowns, dignitaries and 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 the United States features marching military and special units, bands, floats, and VIPs. The 4th July parade is a symbol of patriotic celebrations of America's birthday.
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|
|2019|| The Chatham Independence Day Parade Committee announce the theme for 2019:
"Chatham Honors You! Service Members Past, Present, Future"
|2018||A Cherished Past, A Golden Future|
|2016||Built to Lead, Called to Serve|
|2015||Peace Love and the 4th of July|
|2014||You Are a Grand Old Flag|
|2013||Boulevard of the Stars!!!|
|2012||Sweet Freedom's Song|
|2011||Bring your "A" Game|
|2010||A Buckeye 4th of July|
|2009||There's No Place Like Home|
|2008||UA Celebrates America's Idol|
|2007||Traveling Through The Generations|
|2006||America's Super Heroes|
|2005||UA's Fanatical 4th, Celebrate the Tradition|
|2004||Independence Day the UA Way - One Big Family|
|2003||Remember Why It's the 4th of July|
|2002||UA Honors It's Heros|
|2001||Land of the Free, Home of the Bears|