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november, 2020

07nov6:30 pm11:50 pmVirtual 5th Annual Veteran's Parade of Lubbock @ 6:30m

Event Details

5th Annual Veteran’s Parade of Lubbock
Los Hermanos Familia
First Baptist Church on Broadway
2201 Broadway Avenue

Saturday, November 7th

In lieu of the growing COVID-19 concerns, we were asked to cancel our Veteran’s Day parade. Please note, we have converted it to a Virtual Veteran’s Day Parade!
We will be interviewing the Purple Hearts and the VFW who worked tenaciously to bring the Monument of Courage to fruition!
We are also going to acknowledge the late Dr. Juan Fitch, a veteran who died of COVID-19 complications for caring for covid patients.
This is the fifth annual Veteran’s Day Parade to be held in Lubbock, Texas. The Veteran’s Day Parade is an event, designed to pay tribute to veteran’s and all that have served in Lubbock. November 11 in all states, it is usually observed on state holiday and a federal holiday.
Veterans’ Day is an annual American holiday honoring military
The 2020 theme is: “We Stand As One” – Participants are encouraged to pay tribute to veterans and all who have served the community. Veterans, to family members, to marching bands to floats, etc. are encouraged to be included. Click here to Register
Parade Date: Saturday, November 7, 2020. 6:30 p.m.
Route: The parade will start at the East parking lot of First Baptist Church at Broadway, participants are urged to enter through Avenue V. The route will begin off Avenue U, to Broadway, heading East down Broadway, and then North on Avenue N to 10th Street, and the Avenue M to the Civic Center Parking lot.
For more details or to register a float, visit:

For more details or to register a float, visit:


(Saturday) 6:30 pm - 11:50 pm


First Baptist Church

2201 Broadway Avenue