The Silver Spurs Rodeo Parade in Kissimmee, Florida, has a rich history in the organization and Osceola County. Founded by the Silver Spurs Riding Club, it was originally a small-scale event to promote the Silver Spurs Rodeo. Taking over the streets of Downtown Kissimmee, the parade would travel down Broadway as spectators lined the streets and played community games.
The parade is still a community event and now rides through the streets of Downtown St. Cloud every February. The parade typically features a colorful procession of equestrian groups, marching bands, vintage cars, and local organizations, making it a vibrant celebration of Osceola County's western heritage and community spirit. Today, the Silver Spurs Rodeo Parade remains a cherished annual event, showcasing Osceola County's unique blend of cowboy culture and Florida charm.
Applications typically become available in early January, and we're excited to include as many groups as possible. In preparation for your application, you can gather some basic details about your float—such as the number of participants, measurements, and whether any animals will be part of your entry. Rest assured, each application receives thoughtful consideration by our parade committee to ensure a memorable event for all. We look forward to celebrating together!
Bust out your bling with our Best SILVER Western Style Contest.
We challenge parade participants to deck out their trucks, trailers, horses, costumes, and floats in the color silver in their best western or cowboy flair!
Create the best 150 for our 150th in our Best 150th Contest.
We ask parade participants to show off their rodeo spirit by incorporating the number 150 into the design of their float to honor the 150th Silver Spurs Rodeo performance.