Pioneer Spirit Comes Alive With Days Of ‘47 Parade
SALT LAKE CITY – About 200,000 people lined the streets of Salt Lake City Friday morning as the Days of ‘47 parade returned to Utah.
Dozens of floats passed by the spectators, along with marching bands, horses, antique cars, military – all the traditions to celebrate the Beehive State.
It’s one of the largest parades in the country.
Mike Headrick and Deanie Wimmer hosted the live coverage on KSL-TV.
The parade was canceled in 2020 because of COVID-19, but it came back this year – better than ever.
The President of Days of ’47 said some people even camped out overnight, in the rain, to get the best spot.
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