Tennesseans always showcase their unique flair for infusing star power into their holiday festivities. Leiper’s Fork, Tenn., recently revealed that Wynonna Judd and her husband Cactus Moser will serve as the Grand Marshals for the renowned “Almost World Famous” Christmas Parade, scheduled for 2 p.m. on December 9 in the historic village, nestled within Nashville’s Big Back Yard.
“We’re fortunate to have Cactus and Wynonna, our adopted hometown girl, lead our parade this year,” Laura Musgrave, parade organizer, said via press release. “We’re better to spend a holiday afternoon than in a quaint Tennessee village with Wynonna and Cactus. This parade always surprises and never disappoints.”
Situated in the core of Williamson County, the Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade has earned acclaim as an “almost world-famous” holiday tradition, attracting visitors from both nearby and distant places to partake in its distinctive holiday merriment. This parade seamlessly combines the essence of traditional Christmas spirit with the warm, down-home charm of Tennessee.
The essence of the holiday season comes alive in the Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade, where local businesses, community groups, and families unite to share joy and goodwill.
Prepare for a holiday spectacle featuring floats adorned with creative decorations that reflect the distinctive personality of the parade. Anticipate surprises, whimsical characters, and an abundance of laughter.
Join the parade festivities with your friends and family, dressed in your most festive attire, and get ready to be captivated by the unique charm and warmth of this cherished Tennessee tradition.
The town of Leiper’s Fork suggests that you arrive early for the parade because there is only one main street through the town and the road will close promptly at 1:50 PM before the parade kicks off at 2 PM on Saturday December 9, 2023.
For more information and updates about the Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade, contact Laura Musgrave, 615-364-9152.