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The 66th Annual Scottsdale Parada del Sol Parade & Trail’s End Festival on February 9, 2019 promises to be a full day of wild west adventures in downtown Scottsdale for the entire family,” says Parada President Wendy Springborn.
The Scottsdale Parada del Sol Parade and festival starts Saturday morning at 10 AM but come early to save your place along the route with the Festival starting immediately after the Parade and ending at 4 PM. Plan on coming early at 9 AM to enjoy breakfast, do some shopping, and stay later for dinner and dancing in downtown Scottsdale,” says Springborn. “The Parade draws thousands of visitors who come to enjoy the flashy Arabian horses and riders, roughhousing mountain men, wild women of the west, U.S. Marshals Posse and marching bands.”
f you and your friends are planning to attend this western series of events from February 3-8, 2018 for the Scottsdale Parada del Sol go to ScottsdaleParade.com for more detailed information or call (602) 432-7941.
Theme: Arizona’s Heroes
February 9, 2019
9 am Pre-Parade Entertainment
10 am Scottsdale Parada del Sol Main Parade
12 am Silverado Stage VIP Presentations
12 - 4 pm Trail's End street festival in Old Town
9 am - Concurrent Event (Sat and Sun)
Arizona Indian Festival - Scottsdale Civic Center
PARADA PRE-PARADE ENTERTAINMENT
The Scottsdale Embassy Suites' Scottsdale Howdy Dudettes, Goodwill Ambassadors for the Parade, distribute "Stampede" newspapers and lineups.
The famous Spanish Cabalgando X Arizona dancing horses and Espinosas group were formed by friends who perform throughout the year in many parades. They perform to raise donations for the sick and needy.
The Scottdale Fire Department Honor Guard Pipes and Drums Corps, led by Fire Chief Tom Shannon, represent the department to memorialize fallen members of the public safety community.
Mesa Civic Center
Lake Havasu City, AZ
Western Spirit: Scottsdale's Museum of the West
Downtown Scottsdale , AZ