Sebastian Christmas Parade 2021 Scheduled for Dec. 10th

Sebastian Christmas Parade
Sebastian Christmas Parade

The City of Sebastian’s Annual Christmas Parade will be taking place on Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, beginning at 6:30 p.m. 

The parade is sponsored by the City of Sebastian, Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce and the GFWC Senior & Junior Woman’s Club of Sebastian. The parade route will be from the Main Street boat ramp to Riverview Park.

“We would like to formally invite you to participate in the parade as we welcome Santa Claus to Sebastian,” Leisure Services Director Brian Benton told Sebastian Daily.

Anyone who wishes to participate in the parade can download this application. Applications can be submitted to the Chamber of Commerce or dropped off at City Hall this year. 

“Anyone can enter, and we would like to get as many community members to participate as possible,” Benton said.

This map depicts the parade entrance for for the floats.

Parade entrance for for the floats

The Sebastian Christmas Parade 2021 participants must line up by 5:30 p.m.; however, due to the event taking place on Friday this year, they are willing to work with any groups who may arrive later due to work/school schedules.

Participates will need to enter Indian River Drive from the north of Jefferson Street (right past Mel Fisher’s Museum on U.S. 1) then head south on Indian River Drive into the boat ramp area. City of Sebastian staff will be lining everyone up accordingly.

Please remember that Santa Claus will be arriving at the end of the parade in his sleigh; therefore, no additional Santa’s will be allowed on any other floats.

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