This colorful, exciting Parade is presented each year and keeps the spirit of the first Parade back in 1925. Now known to be the largest Non-Motorized Parade in the country, It still achieves its success through the community's participation and the dedicated work of its members , volunteers and the generosity of the Sponsors.
Take an afternoon to visit the museum. Find out about the wagons and historical collections showcased for all to enjoy. We also offer this in-person look at history to school groups and organizations. We've even had a spot on the Antique Roadshow. Come visit the Museum during the season.
Take an afternoon to visit the "History Relived" March 5th & 6th . You will see almost 100 Wagons on display, model train exhibit, historic tucson business displays and a special feature of "The life of the Buffalo Soldier"
Join us for the Barn Dance Fundraiser held before the parade and always promises to be an amazing time with lots of music and area support for this event. Held in the historic T-Barn on the Tucson Rodeo Grounds.
2020 Grand Marshals World War II Veterans joined by past Grand Marshals “Big Jim” Griffith, Jim Ronstadt, Dan Marries, Chandler Warden, 2020 Arizona Rodeo Queen Shelby Williams, and Parade Chairman Ed Stolfa Rodeo Parade Honors WWII Vets They have been called “The Greatest Generation.” They left family, friends, and loved ones, put their lives on…Read More
2022 Parade Winners CURT SULLIVAN SWEEPSTAKES AWARD Charros y Modelos de Arizona # 421 CHAIRMAN’S AWARD Stark Electric # 422 JUDGES AWARD Mescal Movie Set # 403 20 BAND – Bucky Steele Marching Catalina Foothills Falcon Band # 200 Paul Grimes Performance Pueblo High School Warrior Marching Band # 120 1 BEST MOUNTED WESTERN MALE…Read More