The Midvale Harvest Days Parade is a time-honored, family-oriented celebration held to honor the history of Midvale City. There are approximately 100 participants in the parade each year, consisting of vibrant and interactive floats, marching bands, local businesses, drill and dance teams, our own Midvale City Mayor and Council members, and our honorable Grand Marshal! Don’t forget your chairs, camera, sunscreen and water bottles.
Date & Time
The Harvest Days parade will be held on Saturday, August 11, 2018. The parade starts promptly at 10:00 a.m. and runs for approximately two hours.
The parade starts at Copperview Elementary School and travels as follows:
→ Turns right onto Monroe Street
← Turns left onto Wasatch Street
→ Turns right onto Grant Street
← Turns left onto Center Street
→ Turns right onto Chapel Street
- Parade ends at the park
Families can begin lining both sides of the parade route early Saturday morning. We are excited to have various announcers throughout the parade route. The announcer locations are listed on the Parade MapEntries
Midvale City encourages youth groups, local businesses, bands, churches and all other groups to enter their float in this year’s parade.
Parking is available at Midvale City Park. If you park in the surrounding neighborhood, please be cautious and thoughtful; leaving driveways, mail boxes, and fire hydrants available for access.