Winston-Salem Holiday Parade And Tree Lighting

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The Winston-Salem Holiday Parade, with its floats and marching bands, is organized this year by The Winston-Salem Ambassadors and takes place Saturday, December 2, 2023, at 5 pm. The parade will usher in the holiday season of Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Solstice, and Yule.

Little girl watching Santa at a Santa Claus parade.
The magic and excitement of a Holiday Parade brings out the child in all of us! It is the kick-off to a season of joy and anticipation.

Where To See The Parade And Tree Lighting

The parade will begin at the intersection of Fourth and Poplar Streets and continue down Fourth to Liberty Street. Turning right on Liberty, it will proceed down to Corpening Plaza. The Annual Tree Lighting, by the City of Winston-Salem, will take place at Corpening Plaza following the parade around 6:30 pm.

What You Will See

The parade’s Grand Marshall will be Winston-Salem-born actor and producer Burgess Jenkins. Also joining the festivities will be our own Winston-Salem Dash mascot, Bolt. There will be floats, musicians, dancers, lights, sirens, excitement and fun! It’s a wonderful way to start the season.

More Holiday Activities

The Holiday Parade and Winston-Salem Tree Lighting are just the beginning of this joyful season. The Reynolda House still has holiday activities you can enjoy. Be sure to see what is happening there!

What do you love about the holiday season? Tell us in the comments.

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