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Local News

Kerrville Holiday Lighted Parade now accepting entries

todaySeptember 14, 2021

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The Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting applications for the 20th Annual Lighted Parade, scheduled to be held Saturday, November 20th, at 6 p.m. in Downtown Kerrville. This event has become an annual tradition, officially kicking off the area’s holiday season.

Entry packets which include parade rules and regulations are available for pickup at the Kerrville Parks and Rec. office, 2385 Bandera Highway, or can be found online at The parade is limited to the first 100 entries, and all entries must be completely lit for nighttime viewing.

All entry forms and payments must be submitted no later than noon on November 12, and the fee is $30. Late registration fees are $45 per float and will be accepted through November 12.

The parade itself will officially commence at the corner of the G Street Bridge and Water Street and will travel westbound on Water Street, ending at the Kerr County Courthouse. The Kerrville Christmas Lighting Corporation is planning on streaming the parade LIVE for those who can’t attend the event in person.

The Holiday Lighted Parade began in 2001, featuring numerous area businesses, non-profits, youth groups, auto and marching groups. Each year awards are given away for the top winners in Marching, Youth, Non-Profit and Commercial Business categories, with recipients being awarded $150.

Anyone wanting additional information can call the Parks and Rec. office at (830) 257-7300, or visit the city’s website at


Written by: Michelle Layton

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