The City of New Braunfels is inviting residents to honor local veterans at this year’s Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony in downtown New Braunfels, beginning at 10am on Saturday, November 11th, 2023.
Road closures for the parade will be in place starting at 7am and residents are encouraged to line the streets along the parade route, which begins at South Seguin Avenue and Garden Street. Parade participants will be staging at the Elks Lodge before making their way along South Seguin Avenue to the Main Plaza. The parade will then travel around the Main Plaza, turn onto East San Antonio Street, then onto South Liberty Avenue, before ending at Prince Solms Park. The parade will be led by this year’s Grand Marshal, World War II Veteran Guadalupe “Lupe” Suarez. The parade will also feature several local veterans’ organizations and floats from local non-profit agencies.
At 11am, once the parade is complete, a ceremony will be held at the Prince Solms Park Veterans Monument featuring comments from local dignitaries as well as special guest speaker Retired United States Army Colonel Steve Cornelius.
Again, road closures for the annual Veterans Day Parade begin at 7am and the parade begins at 10am on the streets of downtown New Braunfels, with a Veterans Day ceremony in Prince Solms Park beginning at 11am. For more about the Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony, including a map of the parade route, visit www.newbraunfels.gov/veteransday.