Branson is known for honoring veterans and active-duty military every day. Patriotism is one of the pillar values of this small city. It’s one of the many reasons millions of people visit Branson each year.
This year, Branson continues its tradition of honoring United States military heroes with The 89th Annual Veterans Day Parade in historic downtown Branson.
Branson’s Veterans Day Parade is a respectful send-off to follow a week of reunions and celebrations.
Beginning November 5 each year Branson’s shows, businesses, and groups host an elaborate and memorable tribute to veterans during Veterans Homecoming Week with a series of reunions and special events.
After a week full of reunions, tribute shows, and services expressing sincere appreciation to military heroes, Veterans Homecoming Week winds down with the Veterans Day Parade organized by the Branson Veterans of America 913.
Be part of the experience.
The parade, organized by the Branson Veterans of America 913, begins at 11 a.m. on November 11, 2021.
The parade route begins and ends on the Hilton Branson Convention Center parking lot and makes its way along Commercial St. in downtown Branson. Arrive early to find a great viewing spot.
Show your respect along with veterans, area marching bands, floats, and groups that want to show appreciation for the sacrifice veterans and their families made to protect the freedoms of US citizens.
Ride Sparky the Trolley to make the rest of your day run smoothly.
Because of downtown road closures for the parade, the free Sparky Trolley will not start the day’s routes until around 1 p.m.