Seal Beach Christmas Parade 2015
Welcome to the official Seal Beach Christmas Parade web site. We have another great parade planned for you and your family for 2015. This year marks our 37th year of ringing in the Holidays!
This Old Town tradition will feature more than 100 entries and as many as 3,500 parade participants. This ‘continuous motion’ parade includes marching bands, dancing groups, youth groups, equestrians, classic cars, local businesses, floats, military displays and more. We have four separate announcing stations along Main Street keeping everyone informed and it will be televised on SBTV3.
The parade runs the entire length of Main Street from the Pier to Pacific Coast Highway. The first entries step off at 7pm with the final entry, Santa, travelling down the street about 8:15pm. Normally the parade concludes by just after 8:30pm.
This is a great evening to come early to shop or eat dinner at the many restaurants in town. Our theme this year is “Celebrating 10 Decades of Surf, Sun & Santa” which will surely be seen throughout the entries. This is the final event of the Seal Beach Centennial celebration so we expect this to be the best parade ever.
The parade is produced by the Seal Beach Lions Club with support from the City of Seal Beach. A big thanks goes out to our presenting sponsor - Southland Credit Union.
We look forward to seeing you along Main Street for this wonderous holiday event.
Scott Newton, Parade Chairman
Friday, December 4, 2015
7:00 PM to 8:45 PM PST
Main Street from Ocean Ave to PCH Seal Beach, CA 90740
The Seal Beach Christmas Parade volunteers are made up mainly of members of the Seal Beach Lions Club but we also welcome additional volunteers for set-up and Parade Marshaling.
If you are interested in volunteering, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in learning more about the Seal Beach Lions and their projects, contact: Membership@sealbeachlions.com
Parade Line Up
Parade Entry Application
Entry Information & Rules
Parade Entry Staging
Parade Route Map
General Spectator Info
Parade Signage Program