Did you know that Utah has one of the largest and oldest parades? It is the Days of ’47 Parade and it is held every year on the 24th of July. This is in celebration of the Mormon Pioneers entering into the Salt Lake Valley on July 24th 1847. It begins at 9 a.m. The route starts at South Temple and State Street running east to 200 East, turns south to 900 South, then turns east to Liberty Park at 600 East in Salt Lake City.
Complete the 24th of July celebration by attending The Days of ’47 Rodeo. There will be plenty of bucking broncos, fiesty cowboys and racing cowgirls beginning on July 19th through the 24th (except Sunday). This year it is back at the EnergySolutions Arena.