Annual Ann Arbor 4th of July Parade hosted by the Ann Arbor Jaycees

Ann Arbor Fourth of July Parade

History

In 1991, Ann Arbor hosted the first Fourth of July Parade in coordination with the City of Ann Arbor and community leaders. 


In 1993, the City of Ann Arbor approached the Jaycees and asked them to take over the planning of the Annual 4th of July Parade, which was just in its third year. The Jaycees accepted the challenge and managed to pull it off with only a few months of organizing. 2020 will be the 30th year for the Fourth of July Parade. 


2020 Updates and COVID-19 (5/21/20) 

The Ann Arbor Jaycees will be hosting a virtual 4th of July Parade for Ann Arbor. This is great opportunity for all community members to take part in the parade through submitting a fun, family friendly video or picture.  To join in on the Virtual Parade, submit the registration form. 


For any questions, please email parade@a2jaycees.org

2020 Registration

Deadline for entries is Friday, June 19. 


Video and Picture Guidelines:

- All submissions must be family friendly and FUN! 

- Video Clips should be mp4 format. Community groups can submit up to 90 seconds and families/individuals can submit up to 15 seconds. 

- If you'd like the picture to include the name of participants in the parade video, please include in file name. 

- Please no political statements.