California Independence Day 4th of July Parades


California 4th of July  Parades, Celebrations Held on the 4th of July!

From the minute the people start lining the parade route in their patriotic red, white & blue attire, to the very first band's arrival, play a Sousa marching tune, it's the time of year that everyone gets out and celebrates America's Independence Day. Hooray!  Military units, equestrian units, horse-drawn carriages, heroes, dignitaries, celebrities, musicians, drill teams, floats and a lots of colorful decor await you this 4th of July.

Alameda: July 4, Parade at 10am. The Alameda 4th of July Parade is the longest Independence Day parade in the nation.

American Canyon:  An Old Fashioned  4th of July Parade at Elliott & Kimberly streets.

Benicia: Torchlight Parade  July 3, 6:30 p.m., along First Street.

Calistoga: Silverado 4th of July Parade. Cedar Street and Lincoln Avenue and ending at Napa County Fairgrounds. 11 a.m.

Carmichael:  July 4th Parade starts are 10:30 a.m. on Fair Oaks Boulevard

Clearlake:  "Way Out West in Clearlake Parade from Redbud Park, 14655 Lakeshore Drive, to Austin Park, 14077 Lakeshore Drive. 11 a.m.

Concord: July 4th Parade  at Noon from Willow Pass Rd. to Grant St. to Salvio St.

Corona:   Main Street Independence Day Parade   begins at 10 a.m. on Main Street.  

Cupertino:  July 4  Children's Parade at 10am starting from the Memorial Park ball field.

Danville: March For The Fourth, 4th of July Parade, 9am - 12:30pm on Hartz Avenue.

Fremont:  4th of July Parade starting at 10am.

Half Moon Bay:  Fourth of July Parade on Main Street at Noon.

Hercules/Pinole:  July 4 Parade may have been cancelled due to budget.

Huntington Beach: 4th of July Parade at 10 a.m. on Main Street  includes largest parade west of Mississippi.

Lake Forest: 4th of July Parade at 10 a.m. Toledo Way, right on Lake Forest Drive, ends on Serrano Road.

Lakeport: Lighted boat parade and fireworks over Clear Lake at dusk.

Lincoln:  4th of July Parade  starts at 9  am on D Street

Menlo Park: 4th of July Parade starts at 11:45am on Santa Cruz Avenue

Morgan Hill4th of July Award Winning Parade at 10 a.m. in Downtown Morgan Hill. Pre-Parade Car Cruise  at 9  am. 

Napa Fourth of July Celebration Annual Parade, 10 a.m. at Second and School St.

Newport Beach: Old Glory 4th of July Newport Harbor Boast Parade 1 pm - 5 pm. The parade will form at 1230 off Collins Island

Novato: Fourth of July Parade at 10am 

Rancho Cordova:  4th of July Parade at 10 a.m. begins on Coloma Road at Cordova Lane.

Redwood City: 4th of July Parade at 1o a.m. in Downtown and Port. Parade starts on Marshall at Winslow, turns on Main Street to Middlefield, and ends at Alden.

San Jose:  The Alameda Avenue Rose, White, and Blue Parade - Enjoy a family holiday filled with History, Patriotism and Roses! Live music, arts & crafts booths, antique cars and a picnic on the Alameda. Thursday, July 4, 2013. Parade starts 10am at Lincoln High School parking lot at 555 Dana Avenue. Festival located at The Alameda between Hanchett and Hester Ave. (408) 436-8581

Santa Clarita:  4th of July Parade starts at  9 a.m.

Sausalito: Fourth of July Parade at 10am. Parade starts on South Bridgeway and meanders through downtown Sausalito to Caledonia Street and into Dunphy Park where an afternoon of live music, food and fun for the whole family awaits.

Scotts Valley:  4th of July Parade at 3 p.m.  down Scotts Valley Drive

Santa Barbara: 4th of July Parade at 1 p.m.  at Micheltorena Street and proceeds down State Street to Old Town Santa Barbara, concluding at Cota Street.

Sonoma: 4th of July Parade -- The Working Men and Women of Sonoma.  Parade starts at First and Spain streets at 10 a.m.

Vallejo: 4th of July Parade starts on Tennessee Street at Broadway, left on Sonoma, right on Georgia, ends at Santa Clara St.

Watsonville  4th of July Parade at 2 p.m. in Downtown Watsonville

Westchester: 4th of July Parade  starts in Westchester Park at 11 a.m.


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