Floats, balloons, horses, bands and entertainers are ready to march down Western Avenue for the Billy Moore Days Parade, which starts at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 20th.  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.

Sign up for the Parade today! PARADE ENTRY REGISTRATION FORM
Reminder there is a mandatory parade entry meeting on Wednesday, October 10th at 6:30 pm at Avondale City Hall (11465 Civic Center Dr, Avondale, AZ 85323).   

Do you know one of our past Grand Marshals or Miss Billy Moore Day participants?  We want to invite them to participate in the parade.  Learn More

Billy Moore Days Parade fee for participation is $25 and registration deadline is October 10, 2018.  It is open to all types of parade entries this year so no matter what interesting vehicle, marching group, or crazy contraption you have we want to see it.

Parade begins at 9:00 a.m.  The route begins at Litchfield and Western Avenue, travels eastParade Route Map on Western to 5th Street, where it turns north and ends at Agua Fria High School.  There will be a shuttle to transport parade participants back and forth between the Staging and De-Staging.

Announcer towers located at:
Central & Western Avenue
Central & Brinker


Prize will be awarded for the following:

  • Best Community Spirit
  • Most Entertaining
  • Best Overall Appearance
  • Best Marching Band

2018 JR. Grand Marshal

Narmeen Ghazawneh  grew up in Avondale and just recently graduated from Westview High School.  As a current member of the Avondale Youth Advisory Commission, Narmeen has found opportunities to stay involved in the community through the various activities and opportunities AYAC provides to its members.  Since joining the AYAC during her Sophomore year, Narmeen has served more than 350 hours of community service while also having the unique opportunity to attend special workshops and conferences, such as the National League of Cities Conference in Washington D.C.  Throughout high school, Narmeen was an active member of several clubs on campus ranging from Spanish club to a peer mediation group, but explains that her favorite one of all was being a member of Jobs for America’s Graduates, or “JAG,” at her school.  Narmeen says that JAG helped her explore her future and because of this program she is now a student at Estrella Mountain Community College majoring in Law with a focus in becoming an immigration lawyer.  Once she receives her Associate’s degree from EMCC she will transfer to Arizona State University’s Law program to continue her studies.


2018 Parade Grand Marshal Infomation Coming Soon!