A parade in Chicago is always a big deal, and the ones that take place in the city's downtown are always well attended. Here's a handy list to help you find detailed information about a particular parade in Chicago.
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Chicago Gay Pride Parade
Chicago's Gay Pride Parade draws spectators of all types of sexual orientation looking to celebrate, have a good time, and just be themselves.
Chicago Chinese New Year Parade
The Chinese New Year Parade celebrates the Lunar New Year and marches right through the middle of Chicago's Chinatown.
Columbus Day Parade in Chicago
The Columbus Day Parade in Chicago takes place each year appropriately on the stretch of road named after Christopher Columbus, Columbus Drive.
Memorial Day Parade in Chicago
The Memorial Day Parade in Chicago is one of the largest and oldest in the United States, honoring fallen soldiers since 1870.
Chicago Thanksgiving Parade
Chicago's Thanksgiving Parade kicks off at 8:30 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day morning and features giant inflatables, marching bands, dancers and more.