Gallatin's Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade
Sat, Dec 10, 2016 12:00 pm
Gallatin’s Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade provides music, entertainment, and merriment that creates great holiday memories for the entire family!
Gallatin celebrates the holiday season with their themed parade of “An Old-Fashioned Christmas.” Music and entertainment make the parade a must-see event for your entire family and provides a lifetime of treasured memories to look back upon.
The parade can be watched anywhere along the parade route (see below for parade route). An up-close and personal view of the parade can be seen from the Gallatin Public Square. Starting at 10:45am, Gallatin’s own Danny McCorkle perform holiday music from the balcony of the Gallatin Public Library. H.D. Wheeler, with ServPro, and Cathy Martindale, host of “Tennessee’s Wildside” and “Racing County,” serve as the Masters of Ceremonies of the parade, providing a play-by-play of the parade as it passes by!
Parade Route: Steam Plant Road to Hartsville Pike, down Main Street, down Broadway and ends at Gallatin High School.