We tried to last until the very end, reworking our great little parade for the pandemic, but now it’s over. Pursuant to Miami-Dade County Emergency Order 25-20, the Key Biscayne 4th of July Parade is officially canceled for 2020.
See you next year!
The 2020 parade is still taking place! Though things have been shaken up we’re still planning a great local parade.
Made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.
The 61st Annual Key Biscayne 4th of July Parade is in right around the corner.
What will be different this year considering the pandemic?
The parade this year will be geared to Key Biscayne locals only. We won’t have a main stage or any set place to watch. The parade will include only vehicles and will not have any walking groups or marching bands.
I’m a vendor…
No vendors this year.
Where is it?
The parade will move around the various streets in Key Biscayne.
What time does it start?
Saturday, July 4th, at 11am sharp.
What if it rains?
Then you’re going to get wet! It’s rain or shine.
Where and when do I line up if I’m in the parade?
On Fernwood Road and you should be lining up by 9am.
What’s my place in the parade?
Your place will be assigned when you show up at the lineup area.
Will there be fireworks?
The Key Biscayne fireworks have been cancelled.
We need all Key Biscayners to help us out this year. Because of Covid-19, we can’t get all entertainers we would have wanted for this year’s parade. We really need you and your friends and family to decorate your cars or golf carts and join us. It’s fun, free, and a great tradition dating back 61 years.