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Downtown Dublin Christmas Parade
December 4, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Kick-off the holiday season with The Exchange Club of Dublin’s Christmas Parade in Downtown Dublin GA on December 4th at 2 PM! Stretching over a mile through the Bellevue and Downtown Historic Districts, the Christmas Parade adds a touch of wonder and delight!
Santa is Coming to Town
The children will be breathless with anticipation waiting for Santa to make his appearance, but there will be plenty of magical floats animated with Christmas joy heading down Jackson Street! Watch their eyes fill with glee as handfuls of candy and Christmas cheer are tossed their way! If you are not quite ready for a crowd, the 2021 Christmas Parade will also be live-streamed on The Exchange Club of Dublin’s Facebook Page.
Dublin Christmas Parade
To enter the parade, click HERE!
The deadline for entries is November 27th, 2021.
Entry Fee Options: Motorcycle $15 each / Vehicle $30 / Truck and trailer $60
- Line-up is determined by date entry fee is received. Reserve your spot!
- Make checks for Christmas Parade entry and or donations payable to:
Exchange Club of Dublin Christmas Parade
P.O. Box 381
Dublin, GA 31040
Payment can also be dropped off at John Mark Butler’s State Farm Office at 1518 Bellevue Avenue, Dublin, GA 31021.
For more information, please call: 478-983-0127
The parade will start at 2:00 PM and line-up begins at 12:30 PM.
- Due to safety requirements, please do not throw any items, including candy, from floats, vehicles, or while walking during the parade.
- Floats will not be allowed to unload passengers until they reach the Christ Chapel parking lot. Please inform parents who have children riding on your float.
- If you are unable to attend due to illness, are experiencing symptoms of a respiratory infection, or are not quite ready for a crowd, please join us on Facebook Live the day of the Parade.
- It is the desire of the Exchange Club of Dublin to have only one Santa Clause participate in the Parade. The Santa Float will be at the end of the Parade.
More Christmas Cheer
Photo Credit: Gil Gillis