Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade in Chincoteague - 12/04/2021

Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade in Chincoteague

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Visit beautiful Chincoteague Island and celebrate an annual Christmas tradition - the Chincoteague Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade! 

The evening begins at 5:45pm with the Invocation in front of the Chincoteague Island Library followed by the parade at 6pm. Fill the sidewalks on Main Street from Maddox Boulevard to Bunting Road (new extended route) to see enchanting floats, bands, marching units, decorated boats, fire companies from across the Eastern Shore, equestrian teams, classic cars, and more. Keep an eye out for Santa too!

Enjoy the parade from the comfort of your home and watch the live stream on our Facebook page.

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