2015 Phoenix Veterans Day Parade


 Date: Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015

Time: 11:00 a.m.

This year’s theme: “No Longer Forgotten, Remembering Korean War Veterans.”

Presented by Honoring Arizona’s Veterans this family friendly event is an impressive tribute to our true heroes — our Veterans. Included are numerous floats, marching bands, color guards, equestrian units, military flyovers, large helium balloons, Veterans Service Organizations and ROTC entries. A 30×60 foot American flag will be carried along the route.

The Phoenix Veterans Day Parade Committee is an all-volunteer, non-profit group of dedicated Veterans, Military, and community leaders who support the mission to ensure our Veterans are recognized on their special day through this parade. Ongoing since 1997, this parade features 45,000 attendees, 100 parade entries, and seven announcers’ booths along the route for attendees to learn more about our Veterans.

The parade route begins at North Phoenix Baptist Church (5757 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012). Starting on Montebello Ave, it will continue South on Central and turn East onto Camelback Road. The parade then turns South on 7th St. It will conclude at Indian School Rd — a distance of 2.4 miles.

Take time to read the inspiring bios of the 2015 Grand Marshals.


4 Responses to 2015 Phoenix Veterans Day Parade

  1. Vince says:

    Thanks for the route and parade info, SRAZ.

  2. Army Of One says:

    Exactly what I was looking for! Much appreciated.

  3. Standing Tall says:

    I wish the parade was scheduled for a Saturday so more school kids could attend. My daughter-in-law refuses to let me take the grand kids out of class for this important life lesson. Instilling patriotism beats learning about garbage recycling and the disputed notion of global warming.

    • Patriot Dad says:

      You’re my kind’a guy…taking on the globalist leftie Al Gore and Commie Pope Francis. American patriotism is one of the most important lessons our children can learn. They’re not getting it in government schools taught by liberal unionist teachers who are instilling American inferiority and moral relativism, rather than American exceptionalism. Ronald Reagan viewed this great country as a beckon of freedom for others to emulate….”The shining city on the hill.”

      It might be time to call a family conference.