Fourth of July Parades in El Paso
If you’re willing to get up early Wednesday morning to get a good spot, you’ll have the opportunity to attend a good old-fashioned Fourth of July parade on either end of the city. Floats, classic cars, decorated cars and pickups, bands playing on flatbed trucks and marching color guards will be hitting the streets of El Paso on both the east and west side.
33rd Annual East Side 4th of July ParadeThe “People’s Parade” will march two miles to Album Park via Montwood and Yarbrough beginning at 9 a.m. at Hanks High School, 2001 Lee Trevino. The Grand Marshal this year is Sergeant Eric R. McCray, Operations Sergeant for the 32nd Army Air Defense Command at Fort Bliss.
16 Annual West Side Independence Day Parade – The parade starts at the Western Hills
Methodist Church at 524 Thunderbird. It turns left onto Thunderbird, then left at Shadow Mountain where it continues on Shadow Mountain before turning right onto Mesa. It then proceeds on Mesa to Coronado High School and turns right on Champions Drive where it ends. This year’s Parade Marshal is El Paso Fire Department Chief Otto Drozd