5640 Yukon St. Arvada, CO 80002
The Arvada Harvest Festival and Parade commemorate the hearty history of the once primarily farming community of Arvada, Colorado. It is the second longest continuously running festival in Colorado. Beginning in October, 1925 to celebrate the completion of the first concrete road between Arvada and Denver, this community tradition has been overseen by Arvada citizens, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce and the Arvada Jaycees. Today, a variety of Arvada citizens and neighbors produce and host this cultural and historic celebration of Arvada, with the oversight of the Arvada Junior Chamber Foundation’s 501 (c) 3 status. Our Festival and Parade stands out from the rest due to our commitment to value for families, old time festival traditions, and an emphasis on free or affordable activities for all.
Parade Route: Will begin in Olde Town at 57th Ave. & Olde Wadsworth, head North on Olde Wadsworth, turn Left (West) onto Ralston Road, and ending at Holland St.
Time: Starts at 9:00 a.m. and ending about noon.