The annual Marietta Veterans Day Parade takes place on Saturday, November 11, 2023. The parade begins at 11 am at Roswell Street Baptist Church, loops up towards the Marietta Square and back down Lawrence Street with the intention of being on the Square by 11:11 am.

The patriotic parade includes marching bands, drill teams, floats, military vehicles and veterans’ organizations.  The parade will have both Marietta and Cobb County schools represented by their bands and their JROTC units.  Thirty or more parade entries are anticipated along with a display of military vehicles.

Saturday, November 11, 2023

11 am

Roswell Street Baptist Church parking lot and loops up towards the Marietta Square and back down Lawrence Street.

Parade Start Address:
Roswell Street Baptist Church
774 Roswell St
Marietta, GA 30060

Marietta Square Address:
Marietta Square
12 E Park Sq
Marietta, GA 30090

For more information, please contact Lindsey Wiles, Communications Manager, at or (770) 794-5509; or Betsy Kelley at or (770) 794-5502.


  1. Hi, I go to Hillgrove High School, and I am in the JROTC unit and we were looking for a parade to be able to march in. If this is okay, please contact me through my e-mail so we can talk. Thank you!

  2. Please advise on correct date of parade. Is it the second Saturday in November, the 9th or is it on Veterans Day, the 11th?

  3. I hope it is not too late but my company would love to have a float and or a tent. Can someone contact me soon if possible. Thanks!

  4. I am looking for military vehicles to be static displayed at a veterans event on June 9th, 2018 at Southern Devil Harley Davidson.

    This is a pro-veteran event, Veterans Helping Veterans and all proceeds are going to Healing for Heroes, that provide service dogs to veterans in need of certified service dogs.

  5. Crying shame the 2022 Veterans Parade was canceled. It’s understandable that it would be postponed to Saturday, due to a Wednesday forecast for Friday’s anticipated weather, but to cancel it for Saturday is inexcusable. The weather was perfect, I was there…it’s a shame our city so easily dismissed it. Sad example of today’s Goverment official’s general diminishing respect for its traditions, average citizenry and especially disrespectful to our Veterans.


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