Greeley Stampede Parade This Thursday The Largest Of Its Kind In The Entire Country
91 years strong! The Greeley Stampede is many things to many people. The great PRCA Rodeo’s, amazing concerts, carnival, booths and food that will make a grown man cry. But it’s the parade that draws out the record 4th of July crowds.
Marching bands from all across the state, horse groups, square dancing groups, horse hitches, clowns, politicians (not the same as clowns) kids group and charitable entries from A-Z including another amazing entry for our own K99 staff and the Sleigh Riders (who aim to earn crowd favorites this year after being runner up to the Longhorns last year in our first year as an entry.)
The country’s largest 4th of July parade this Thursday starts in Greeley at 9:00 AM sharp with a fly over and then it’s on. If you want to get a good spot on the parade route it’s probably too late but you still might be able to get out in the next 24 hours and stake out a spot but be prepared, good luck and may the force be with you.
The parade route is down 10th Ave from about 20th Street to just past Lincoln Park and the Union Colony Civic Center at 5th St. So come on out and cheer on your favorite entries but make sure you wave and yell even louder when you see the Sleigh Riders and K99 entries roll by…you can’t miss/hear us.