If you are not sure what to do for July 4, 2009 then make plans to spend it in style in Gatlinburg Tennessee. For 34 years Gatlinburg has been celebrating America’s Independence Day with the first parade of the year. This year is no different than past years. This July 4 celebration starts at 12 am on Saturday July 4, 2009 in downtown Gatlinburg TN
Join 100,000 of your closest friends (you all Gatlinburg TN right) as spectators all around the United States come together to celebrate Independence Day. Cheer on our four branches of the armed forces and other individuals that serve our country. The 2009 Independence Day parade is expected to be one of the most patriotic midnight parades the city has ever had.
The streets of downtown Gatlinburg TN will be closed late on July 3 and the parade route begins to become crowded with parade entertainers. With the biggest expected turn out for this popular midnight parade. Spectators will be in awe as giant helium balloons soar through the air and patriotic colors light up the Gatlinburg sky as Alphonso the dragon, Humpty Dumpty, and an eagle pass by.
With more than 100 volunteers and over 100 parade entries, the 2009 midnight parade is going to be the biggest July 4 parade Gatlinburg has ever seen. The midnight parade is just the beginning of the July 4 celebrations in downtown Gatlinburg TN.
With the extreme popularity of the 4th of July, Gatlinburg TN cabins
and accommodations are sure to fill up fast. For more information, please contact us via email or you can call our office at 1-800-684-7865.