Wynonna Judd and her husband Cactus Moser were presented as the Grand Marshals for the annual Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade.
“We’re fortunate to have Cactus and Wynonna, our adopted hometown girl, lead our parade this year,” Laura Musgrave, parade organizer, said via press release. “Where better to spend a holiday afternoon than in a quaint Tennessee village with Wynonna and Cactus? This parade always surprises and never disappoints.”
This year’s parade was set to take place at 2 p.m. on December 9 in the heart of the historic town, right in Nashville’s Big Back Yard. However, the forecast predicted rain for that day, prompting organizers to postpone the event until December 16.
Wynonna took to her Instagram page two days after the joyful event to share fun pictures from the parade.
Leipers Fork: “Hey, want to be the Grand Marshalls of our Christmas Parade?” 🎄
Me: “Can I bring my @kubotausa tractor?” 🚜
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All About The Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade
Nestled in the heart of Williamson County, the Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade is renowned as an “almost world-famous” festive tradition. Drawing attendees from nearby and distant neighborhoods, this unique celebration effortlessly blends the traditional Christmas spirit with Tennessee’s inviting, down-home charm.
In the Leiper’s Fork Christmas Parade, the true spirit of the holiday season springs to life. Local businesses, community groups, and families unite, creating a joyous atmosphere filled with goodwill and shared merriment.
“This beloved event is known far and wide for its quirky, wacky, and wonderful celebrations that bring families, animals, tractors, and more together for a day of festive merriment,” a parade spokesperson expressed.
Watch the parade and enjoy all the fun-filled, festive floats below!