McDonald’s is the proud Title Sponsor of the McDonald’s Las Vegas Spring Festival Parade since inception in 2012.

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The McDonald’s Las Vegas Spring Festival Parade will take place on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 11am in DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS on 4th Street and Gass Avenue.  The purpose of the McDonald’s Las Vegas Spring Festival Parade is to come together and showcase the most extravagant floats in vibrant colors to commemorate the rich history and to celebrate the most important holiday of the Asian community.  It is also an opportunity for all the Asian Marketing Departments of Las Vegas hotels and casinos, the local business community, cultural and community organizations, schools, churches and other religious organizations, and secular non-profits to show their appreciation to their Asian client base and/or fellow members, and to show off their talent and creativity in building a float celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year. This year’s parade will be filmed by Cox Cable to be broadcasted at a later date. For the Parade Route, please click HERE.

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APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY JANUARY 30, 2015 (Click Here for Application)

All applicants must submit a $75 refundable application fee, payable to “Golden Catalyst”.  All marching units, except for school marching bands, are limited to 50 people. 

A 30-second repeatable routine is recommended for all groups. 

For information about festival events, call 702-327-2628 or Email:  janie@goldencatalyst.com

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Invitations or declines to applicants will be mailed out by February 6, 2015.

Fees paid for denied applications will be refunded by February 6, 2015.

 

Jan-Ie Low, Parade Coordinator

This event is sponsored in part by the LVCVA