Bristol Fourth of July
Bristol, Vermont

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The Bristol 4th of July parade is one of the longest running parades in the state. The parade is made up of color guards, fire trucks, bands, and floats. The parade is led by the "Grand Marshall" being carried by the historic horse drawn coach.

2018 Information

THEME: Broadway Musicals
GRAND MARSHALLS: From the five towns:
New Haven ~ Harvey Smith
Monkton ~ Kenneth Wheeling
Bristol ~ Peter Ryan
Lincoln ~ Hattie Brown
Starksboro ~ Susie Clifford
LINE-UP TIME: 9:00am
START TIME: 10:30am
PARADE ROUTE: The parade begins at the corner of Liberty St. and Pleasant St.
The parade moves up Pleasant/Spring St and turns onto Mountain St. heading toward Main St. The Parade will continue down Main St. to end at the Rec. Field. The Review takes place at Holley Hall, the Judging takes place at Rec. Field.

If you'd like to participate in the parade please submit an entry form by June 25th. For more information or questions please contact Ashley Smith @ (802) 989-9269

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