Floats, balloons, horses, bands and entertainers are ready to march down Western Avenue for the return of the Billy Moore Days Parade, which starts at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 28th.  The parade will feature dozens of colorful entries, decorated floats, marching bands, horse drawn wagons, dance groups, local celebrities and political figures, community organizations, antique cars, school clubs, scouts, and more.  To allow for a large crowd to cheer them on, the city has provided details and maps related to road closures, event shuttle and parking.

Sign up for the Parade today!


Parade Route MapBilly Moore Days Parade is limited to entries and entries that celebrate the rich history of Avondale and the Southwest Valley.  Fee for participation is $25 and registration deadline is October 18, 2017.

Parade begins at 10:00 am.  The route begins at Litchfield and Western Avenue, travels east on Western to 5th Street where it turns north and ends at Agua Fria High School.

A mandatory meeting of all parade entries will be held on Wednesday, October 18 at 6 pm at Avondale City Hall.  All entries must have a representative in attendance.




Overall Appearance: Sonny’s Boxing Gym
Best Adaptation to the Theme: Rainbow Ladies
Most Entertaining: Sun City Poms

Thank you to ALL of the entries who participated in the parade! We hope to see you again this year!