The Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade
Residents are invited to show their colors at The Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade taking place Friday, July 4. Celebrating 20 years, the Patriotic Parade features more than 70 entries including marching bands, floats, giant Macy’s-style inflatable balloons and children’s favorite storybook and cartoon characters.
The escort division steps-off at 8:30 a.m. with the parade’s main body commencing at 9 a.m. The parade travels along flag-lined streets from Hillpointe Road and Hills Center, then south on Hills Center Drive concluding on Trailwood Drive at the entrance of the Trails Village Shopping Center. Arrive early to get a prime viewing area along the route.
Don’t miss this time honored tradition that brings together friends, family and neighbors for an old-fashioned, hometown parade through the streets of Summerlin! For more information on the Patriotic Parade, call The Summerlin Council at 702-341-5500.
Friday, July 4 | 9 a.m.
8:30 a.m. Escort & Dignitary Parade Steps-off
9:00 a.m. Patriotic Parade Steps-off
Hills Center Drive
Photo Contest Entries
- One of the many Summerlin Patriotic Parades the Tennis Club was in.
- Early days of the Tennis Club in the Patriotic Parade in Summerlin
- Our hearts fill with pride to see the patriotism shine in our children, Avery (7) and Parker (9), every 4th at the Summerlin Patriotic Parade. All out in this one...July 4th, 2013. God Bless America!
- I 2011, my family and I went to this parade for the first time! The atmosphere and energy is was so patriotic that I fell in love with it! Sunmerlin has such a great community for family's! The heat won't keep is away every year! We love the celebration of our country's independence distributed throughout this very fun parade!
- There was no "masking" the enthusiasm shared by siblings Colby and Tessa Ferguson upon meeting Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman at the 2012 Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade.
- These pint-sized best buddies were decked out in their red, white and blue best to celebrate the 2008 Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade.
- In 2008, at the tender age of 2, my son raised a flag in honor of his country during The Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade. He has attended the parade every year of his young life.
- The 4th of July parade is an annual event that our family does not miss! Here is a picture of our children, Valerie & Vincent, with their friends, Allison & Madelyn, anxiously awaiting for the parade to start!
- In 2007 our family bought a house in Quail Ridge, in the Arbors Village of Summerlin. We loved attending the Summerlin Patriotic Parade, and in 2009 our daughter, Natalie, got to play Alice on the "Alice in Wonderland" Float. Even better, we got to watch her from the VIP Tent!
- 2007 Patriotic Parade p/re-parade staging area with float entry riders getting parade tips from Super Hero's
- 2007 Patriotic Parade Veteran Group entry with animation of aircraft flying pre-parade staging area
- 2013 Patriotic Parade large animated eagle entry on parade route
- 2008 Patriotic Parade Veteran Group entry with super sized Liberty Bell covered with natural material with waving flag animation pre-parade staging area
- 2012 Patriotic Parade Car Club entry with flying eagle animation of wings flapping and head nodding and covered with natural material of flowers and spices on parade route
- 2006 Patriotic Parade Veteran Group entry with animation of an eagle flying and rockets ready for take-off on parade route
- Proud to be Americans at our first patriotic parade! loved seeing the big Thomas and proud to cheer on the Veterans!!!
- My kids have attended the Patriotic Parade since they were babies. They look forward to it every year. Thank you for providing a safe and fun family environment for us all.
- Standing in the crowd,flag in hand, as our country's beautiful symbol of freedom,hope,and courage soars through the air. Reminding us all how truly proud we are to be an American!