Frisco ISD families and friends are invited to attend the annual Frisco Community Parade, set for 10 a.m. on Saturday, November 12 in downtown Frisco. Get your spot along the parade route early!
The event is a longstanding Frisco tradition with roots in the old Frisco High School Homecoming parade. As Frisco became home to multiple high schools, the event became a time to recognize veterans, celebrate the community and honor homecoming queens and kings from the community’s high schools, both public and private.
“This is a Frisco tradition that helps unite us all of as a community and reminds us of our roots,” said Frisco ISD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jeremy Lyon. “What better way to honor those who have served our country than a parade that highlights their sacrifice and celebrates the young people who are our future.”
This year’s parade will leave the southeast corner of Toyota Stadium and travel east on Main Street through historic downtown Frisco before finishing at Main and North County Road. Marching bands, floats, antique cars, fire trucks, sports teams, mascots, cheerleaders, scouts and businesses make this a fun family event for all.
The parade is organized through a community committee that works with the City of Frisco and Frisco ISD each year.
There are fees for parade participation. Winning float entries will have scholarships donated in their names to the Frisco Education Foundation. School and military groups participate for free. Parade registration is now closed.
For more information on the parade, including street closures and participant maps and instructions, visit FriscoParade.com.