The Annual Doo Dah Parade has been rescheduled to Saturday, September 19, 2020. Celebrate Liberty and Lunacy with this wacky parade in the Short North.
It’ll look a little different this year, as organizers and participants have pivoted to an all-vehicle parade. But you can be sure that it will still be the wackiest parade route you’ve seen. This year’s parade will include vehicles decorated to address the theme of “roasting the pandemic”.
Doo Dah Parade Route
From Park St, R on Buttles, L on High, L on 2nd, L on Neil, L on Poplar, L on Dennison, R on Buttles, R on Park, straight through Area District to R S-bend on Hickory continuing straight onto Marconi/Front Street (passing CPD Hqtrs), L on Broad (pass City Hall), R on High (pass Capital bldg), straight through German Village on High St and end R on Redbud and into CD102 parking lot for dismantling cars and where bands will be performing inside and online at www.Facebook.com/DooDahParade
This zany parade is considered the “Best Political Satire Parade West of the White House!”
The parade starts at 1 p.m., and will proceed at 20 to 25 miles per hour. Participants and spectators are advised to wear masks and maintain a proper distance from others. The block party that typically follows the parade is replaced by an online after-party. doodahparade.com
Check out the schedule and entertainment details here!
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