City To Announce Fourth of July Parade Changes

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Thousands of St. Louisans look forward to the Fourth of July celebration, but they should expect some changes this year.

Mayor Francis Slay and officials from the Veiled Prophet organization will announce changes on Tuesday for the celebration.

The parade will still be held on July 4 but at a different time than in years past. Officials will also announce the Honorary Grand Marshal on Wednesday.

The press conference is being held at the Mayor’s office in City Hall on Wednesday at 10am.

More: VeiledProphet.org

Fair St. Louis events are already planned.  Guest artist this year include:

Trace Atkins: July 4th
Bret Michaels: July 5th
Counting Crows: July 6th

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