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Spirit of Summerlin—Summerlin Council Virtual Patriotic Parade

This collection of patriotic mini-films and photographs generated by Summerlin residents represents community connection and American spirit for the virtual Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade.

Community Cheers Parade Celebrates Community Heroes in Summerlin

With the help of some special guests, The Summerlin Council honored Summerlin community heroes, first-responders, healthcare workers and educators with a special parade saluting their work and dedication during the pandemic.

Anthemic Message:  Celebrities Deliver Joint Words of Encouragement for the Summerlin Council’s Virtual Patriotic Parade

Las Vegas native Jimmy Kimmel, Vegas Golden Knights players Nate Schmidt and Alec Martinez, Las Vegas Aces’ sensation A’ja Wilson, Las Vegas Raiders alumni and super bowl champion Keith Moody, and community leader Elain Wynn lend their voices in a collective message reminding us that “We March On” this Independence Day.

Las Vegas Ballpark Salute—Summerlin Council Virtual Patriotic Parade

To recognize local businesses and organizations for their ongoing support of the Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade, Kevin Orrock from Howard Hughes Corporation, along with Spruce and Aviator from the Las Vegas Aviators and Centralized Security Services, leads a fun virtual game of catch from the Las Vegas Ballpark.

We March On—Summerlin Council Virtual Patriotic Parade

Enjoy a collection of virtual parade entries depicting patriotic spirit, resiliency and community pride submitted by local community groups in virtual format for the Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade.

“A Brand New Day”—West Las Vegas Arts Center Performs for the Summerlin Council Virtual Patriotic Parade

This joyful musical and visual celebration of American spirit and freedom is performed by the talented members of the West Las Vegas Arts Center Performance Ensemble for the Summerlin Council Virtual Patriotic Parade.

“We’re All In This Together”—Desert Angels Choir and Summerlin Students Perform for the Summerlin Council Virtual Patriotic Parade

Desert Angels Choir, along with talented student performers from Palo Verde High School, Clark High School, Becker Middle School, Bonner Elementary School and Drum as One, turn up the volume with a creative, physically distanced performance that reminds us that we may be separate, but we’re still together this Fourth of July.

“America’s Birthday Party”—A Look Back to Fan Favorite Entries from the 2019 Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade

Revisit the small town spirit and big city pageantry of the 2019 Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade.  The parade is the Las Vegas valley’s largest and most popular Fourth of July parade, attracting more than 35,000 Southern Nevadans each year, including community VIPs and local dignitaries.

“America Standing Tall”—A Look Back to Fan Favorite Entries from the 2018 Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade

Revisit the small town spirit and big city pageantry of the 2018 Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade.  The parade is the Las Vegas valley’s largest and most popular Fourth of July parade, attracting more than 35,000 Southern Nevadans each year, including community VIPs and local dignitaries.

2020 Summerlin Council Virtual Patriotic Parade

Saturday, July 4   |  Premieres at 9 a.m.
“Stepping Off” from your favorite screen!

The Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade is marching on!
It’s going to look and feel a little different, but will deliver
the same small-town spirit and big-city pageantry you’ve come to expect!

Download the official Parade Program

The Parade—Reimagined

  • Personal messages from celebrities, sports figures and community leaders:  Las Vegas native Jimmy Kimmel, Nate Schmidt and Alec Martinez from the Vegas Golden Knights, A’ja Wilson from the Las Vegas Aces, Las Vegas Raiders alumni and Super Bowl champion Keith Moody and Elaine Wynn.
  • Look-backs to fan favorite entries from past parades
  • Exciting musical performances and creative user-generated videos
  • A special “Community Cheers Parade” recognizing first responders and essential workers
  • Parade hosts Sherry Swensk and Brian Loftus from “8 News Now” and Mercedes and JC from “Mercedes in the Morning,” 94.1

The countdown is on!
So on July 4th, fire up your device, find your favorite seat in the house and get ready to click and watch.