Manassas Veterans Day Parade
The Manassas Veterans Day Parade pays tribute to veterans and active military for protecting our nation at home and overseas. It is the largest Veterans Day Parade in Northern Virginia and in the Washington, D.C., area and includes military and high school bands, pipe and drum corps teams, military units from various branches of the Armed Services, military vehicles, and members of local veteran organizations. Enjoy the following photos and get a glimpse of the parade.
- When: November 4, 2017, 11 a.m.
- Where: The parade kicks off in historic Manassas at the intersection of Quarry Road and Prescott Avenue, travels south on Prescott, west on Center Street, and ends at West Street.
- Parking: Available at City Municipal parking lots near the parade route. City Lot H (7-11) and Lot A (Harris Pavilion) are closed for the parade. No parking on West Street. Lot F corner of Prince William Street and Main Street is reserved for handicap parking.
- Website: www.vetpar.org. Donations are accepted on the website.
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American Legion Post 10
Members of the American Legion Post 10 march in the Manassas Veterans Day Parade.
Military Pipe Band
A military pipe band plays bagpipes during the Manassas Veterans Day Parade.
Many veterans ride with pride on a float in the Manassas Veterans Day Parade.
Air Force Jr. ROTC
The Air Force Jr. ROTC from Freedom High School in Woodbridge, Virginia, marches in the patriotic community event.
A variety of performers entertain the crowd at the Manassas Veterans Day Parade.
Emerald Society Pipe Band
The Northern Virginia Firefighters Emerald Society Pipe Band entertains during the parade.
Pipes and Drums
The Fairfax Deputy Sheriff's Coalition Pipes and Drums corps performs during the parade.
Vietnam Veterans of America
Vietnam Veterans proudly take part in the Manassas Veterans Day Parade.