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Holiday Parade at The Beach

Time: December 7, 2013 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: 15th-25th Street
Street: Atlantic Avenue
City/Town: Virginia Beach, VA
Event Type: virginia beach, christmas, parade, virginia beach nightlife, virginia beach bands, virginia beach entertainment
Organized By: VBnightlife.com
Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2013

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Holiday Parade at The Beach

Join us Saturday, December 7, for a Hampton Roads holiday tradition!

Officially ushering in the holiday season at the Virginia Beach oceanfront, the TowneBank Holiday Parade at the Beach features giant balloons, marching bands from area schools and the community, lighted floats, equestrian units, fire trucks, performing dance groups, motorcycles, and more to present a dazzling and entertaining night of fun for all ages!

And best of all, Santa Claus himself makes a grand appearance to greet all his loyal fans as the parade makes its way down Atlantic Avenue.

The TowneBank Holiday Parade at the Beach steps off at 5:30pm.

The parade travels North along Atlantic Avenue from 15th Street to 25th Street.  The reviewing stand is located at 25th Street.

Parking is conveniently located in municipal parking lots and garages.

Finish the evening by visiting McDonald's Holiday Lights at the Beach, which will be open until 11:00pm!

 

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