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Have You Signed Up for the Murfreesboro Christmas Parade?



If you haven’t signed-up for the 2021 Murfreesboro Christmas Parade, you need to do so now. The parade will be at 2:00 o’clock on the second Sunday afternoon in December (12/12/2021). The theme of this year’s parade is “The Spirit of Christmas”, and since the pandemic has caused two years without the parade--there is much excitement surrounding this year’s ho-ho-ho down East Main.

The parade will take the same route, starting at the corner of East Main and Middle Tennessee Boulevard, in front of MTSU. It then goes down East Main Street, around the square and onto West Main, and then ending on Walnut Street.

Don’t waste any time, the deadline to enter the Murfreesboro Christmas Parade is Monday, November 29, 2021. 

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