Entries for Vail America Days parade due June 24

By Real Vail
June 11, 2013
Entries for Vail’s Fourth of July parade are currently being accepted through June 24 at 5 p.m. Vail’s 50th Anniversary will be celebrated throughout the Vail America Days weekend. The Vail 50th themed parade will start at Golden Peak at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 4 and will wind its way through the villages, ending in Lionshead.

Vail’s parade is one of the most popular events during the Independence Day holiday, attracting thousands of spectators. Application forms are available at www.vailamericadays.com. Entries are available in six categories: youth, marching, motorized, merchant/business, float and most original. Fees vary from $50 for a non-profit to $200 for a business entry.

The parade will begin at Golden Peak and continue west to Hanson Ranch Road, north on Bridge Street, west on Gore Creek Drive, north across the International Bridge, west along Meadow Drive and finally through the Lionshead Mall to the finish. Volunteers are needed to help organizers keep the parade moving. Duties include holding balloons, carrying banners and assisting with traffic. Contact Highline at 970.476.6797 x 108 or send an email to peggy@gohighline.com for more volunteering details.

The Vail America Days celebration has been expanded to a four-day festival featuring spectacular fireworks, classic town parade, live music and entertainment, children's entertainment and an open-air street festival atmosphere.

For more information, visit www.vailamericadays.com or call Highline at 476-6797. Vail America Days is presented by the Town of Vail and Gallegos Corporation and is sponsored in part by Vail Daily and KZYR, The Zephyr.


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