Branson Remembers the Reason for the Season in an Annual Parade

Every year, approximately 40,000 visitors gather near Branson’s streets for their annual Adoration Parade and Lighting Ceremony, and this year’s 62nd parade promises to be just as exciting as years past. Come down December 2 and feast your eyes on the decorated, well-lit floats that move along downtown Branson, which feature holiday themes like Santa and his reindeer.

The highlight of the Branson Parade will be the beautiful nativity scenery that provides the true meaning of Christmas for spectators. You’ll be able to view the entire manger scene where baby Jesus, Mary and Joseph are the focal point. Viewers will see all these sights and more with festive music to bring out the spirit of the holiday season for all visitors. View all 70 of the floats and marching units, which have marched down the Branson streets since 1949.

Enjoy one of the comfortable Branson hotels during your stay in December, and be sure to reserve some of the area activities for a fulfilling winter vacation. Prepare for the Christmas season with everything our city has to offer.

7 thoughts on “Branson Remembers the Reason for the Season in an Annual Parade”

  1. I’ve been coming to Branson’s parade for the last 3 years and have never had a bad year. Thankfully I don’t have work on December 2nd so it looks like I will be making it for the 4th year in a row.

  2. Holiday parades are always a lot of fun! I love huddling with friends and family, drinking cocoa while watching the beautiful floats drive by.

  3. Wow, I wish I could have been there! The parade sounds like a blast! I really enjoyed the one in SDC, and I’m sure this one would be just as good if not better.

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