Let’s face it – Birmingham loves Christmas Parades and Christmas Tree Lighting ceremonies. Who needs the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade!
We’ve got 22 in our metro area alone!
Here is the schedule, with times and links. And before we get in trouble, send us an email to email@example.com – if we missed one.
The Grand Christmas Tree Lighting – 7:10pm – Outlet Shops of Grand River
Lights Up at the Summit – 5:00pm to 8:00pm – From Barnes and Noble to REI
Bessemer Christmas Tree Lighting – 5:00pm – Debardeleden Park
Fultondale Christmas Tree Lighting –6:oopm at Black Creek Park
Hoover Tree Lighting,-5:00pm at Hoover City Hall – Main Parking Lot
Vestavia Tree Lighting Festival – 6:00pm – Vestavia City Hall
Lighting of the Star, Homewood Parade and Tree Lighting, 6:30pm. Parade begins at Homewood Library and tree lighting at City Hall Plaza
27th Annual Gardendale Parade, 6:00pm
Alabaster Christmas Parade – 10:00am on Highway 31
49th Annual Helena Christmas Parade -1:00pm – “A Christmas Toy Shoppe”
Irondale Christmas Parade – 10:00am
Midfield Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting – 10:30am – starting at 410 Grant Street in Midfield. Tree Lighting follows the parade
Pelham Christmas Parade – 11:00 – “It’s Storytime Christmas Favorites”
Birmingham Christmas Parade & Tree Lighting – 4:30pm – Noah Galloway is the Grand Marshall – Parade starts at 5th Ave. South and 15th. Christmas Tree Lighting begins afterwards at Linn Park.
Mountain Brook Christmas Parade– 3:00pm – Holiday Parade in Mountain Brook Village
Trussville Community Caroling and Christmas Tree Lighting – 5:00 – the Mall in Historic Downtown
Vestavia Hills Christmas Parade – 2:00pm – Liberty Park Sports Complex
Bessemer Christmas Parade – 2:00 – 19th and 1st Ave.
Christmas Parade! City of Clay – 4:00 – Clay-Chalkville High School
Hueytown Christmas Parade – 10:00am
Trussville Christmas Parade – 3:00 – at the Mall in Downtown Area