Tuesday, November 22, 2016

2016 Holiday Parades in the Philadelphia Area

Everyone loves a parade and there are plenty going on in the area this holiday season.  For more holiday events check out our Holiday Event Guide.




 Mars Drinks Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade Presented by QVC





Friday, Nov. 25th.

Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting on Friday, Nov. 25th. 

December, 2nd & 3rd 

Pictures with Reinders, Winter Carriage rides – 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Face painting and tree ornament crafts at the Radnor Fire Co. 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Carolers stroll the streets of Wayne. Hot chocolate and goodies at the Wayne Senior Center
5:30 – 8PM
Santa arrives and Tree lighting – 7:30pm

Santa Parade along Lancaster Avenue and ending at Wayne Hotel – 10:00 am
Santa rides into Wayne with the Radnor Fire Co. and meets with children on the veranda of the Wayne Hotel until 11:30 am


Phoenixville Parade & Tree Lighting

December 2nd

Join us for the annual Christmas Parade at 7pm.
The parade will take place between the 100 - 300 blocks of Bridge Street.
The tree lighting is around 8pm.

Friday December 2nd

This annual West Chester tradition, hosted by the Greater West Chester Chamber of Commerce, will kick off Friday, December 2nd at 7:15 pm! The parade promises to provide a seasonal mix of traditional elements with a modern twist—local schools, businesses, volunteer fire companies, and other service organizations will join the many marching bands, floats, and antique vehicles that have cemented themselves as mainstays in the Old-Fashioned Christmas experience.


Coatesville Christmas Parade
December 3rd

The 2016 Coatesville Christmas Parade will march down Lincoln Highway in Coatesville Pennsylvania on Saturday December 3rd at 10 AM.

December 10th 


The Christmas Committee is working hard to bring you the best Christmas celebration ever. Come join us on Saturday, December 10 when Lancaster Avenue comes alive with the sights and sounds of Christmas! The Christmas Parade will be begin at 3:00 pm traveling from west to east along Lancaster Avenue.

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