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"
2022 Rodeo Parade Grand Marshal – Aida Barnes Adia Barnes has been named the Grand Marshal of the 97th Tucson Rodeo Parade. Barnes is a championship player, coach, sports broadcaster, teacher, mentor, and community leader. In six short years since her return to Tucson, Adia Barnes has captivated the local community. As head coach of the…Read More
Jeannette Maré was born in South Africa and immigrated to the United States when she was just a toddler. Her family moved to Tucson 40 years ago when her dad, a research veterinarian, accepted a faculty position at the University of Arizona. She became involved with 4-H, focusing on goats, market lambs, and breeding ewes. After…Read More