It’s time for Nashville’s Annual Christmas Parade!

    The 58th Annual Nashville Christmas Parade is this Friday at 7pm on the streets of downtown Nashville. The parade starts at LP Field, crosses the Woodland Street Bridge, travels west down 2nd Avenue and finishes up with a march down Broadway. Country radio personality and Nashville staple Gerry House will be the Grand Marshall of the festivities in one of his last appearances before his retirement after 30 years on the radio. The parade will commence after Gerry House, Mayor Karl Dean, and Piedmont Natural Gas CEO Thomas Skains light the Christmas tree in the Public Square Plaza. In remembrance of the devastating flood that dislodged so many Nashvillians from their homes, the theme of this year’s parade is “Home for the Holidays,” with proceeds benefiting the Piedmont Natural Gas Share the Warmth program, which helps low-income families who need help with paying their energy bill. Bundle up and join the 75,000 people who are expected to come see this Nashville Christmas tradition, as over 60 floats, balloons, and performers snake through downtown!

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