80th Annual St. George Lions–Dixie Round-up Rodeo Parade
2014 Theme: Roundin'Em Up for 80 Years
Date: Saturday, September 13th 2014 @ 5:00 pm
Deadline for registration: September 11th, 2014
Download this PDF file for parade rules or click the two expansion links below, and fill out our online form below.
Now is your chance to be a part of a St. George Tradition: The Round-Up Parade! The date for
this year’s St. George Lions Dixie Round-Up Rodeo Parade is September 13th 2014. This year, the annual Children’s Parade will be combined with the
General Parade to make one bigger and more exciting event for the entire family.
The Children’s Division is where you can showcase your child’s team or club, church group, school or
neighborhood. Or just to show-off your cute grandkids! If its kid related, this is your division! Trophies will
be awarded to the top 3 winners and entries are limited. Come earn your bragging rights and join in the fun!
The General Division is a great place to promote your business, show off your old car, blow your horn, strut
your stuff or just wave to the crowd as you go by. If you or your group has participated in the past, the
Lions thank you and appeal to you to join us again. If considering a first time entry, just do it! It is
FREE to have a parade entry! Give us the support we need to make these parades the best ones ever.
The theme of the parade is Roundin'Em Up for 80 Years
Be part of either parade by completing the enclosed entry blank or submit your entry online at the Lions website. Return it as soon as possible as indicated.
If planning to participate please read the entry information and abide by the rules. If unable to take part,
please forward this information to someone who may be interested. Thank you in advance for your participation and consideration.
St. George Lions Club
ROUND UP PARADE: Saturday, September 13th 2014 5:00 PM (WE START ON TIME)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 11th, 2014 5:00 PM (AND CLOSE ON TIME)
THEME: Roundin'Em Up for 80 Years
PARADE NUMBER AND LINE-UP POSITION: The parade begins at 200 West and Tabernacle Line-up
numbers begin at that intersection and continue west on Tabernacle and north and south of Tabernacle on 200
West and 300 West, and south of Tabernacle on 400 West. Enter on 400 West, 300 West or 200 West determined
by how high your entry number is. A map showing entry numbers and street location is provided. Line-up
numbers are painted in the street and your entry should be taken directly to the numbered position prior to the
parade. Do not enter on Tabernacle from the east as this street will be very congested. Members of the Lions
Club will be available along the line-up route with the entry number signs to be posted on the entries and with
information about the line-up. Since the line-up is not completed until Thursday afternoon, DO NOT call for
your line-up number until 1:00pm Friday. We will call the Sponsor phone number from your entry form, to give
the line-up number. If you have not received a call by Friday at 1:00pm, call us.
PARADE LINE-UP: All entries must be in place, ready to go, no later that 4:15PM. Failure to comply with the
time constraints will result in the cancellation of the entry. Entry along the parade route will not be allowed. This rule will be strictly enforced.
BANDS AND MARCHING GROUPS: The parking lot on the corner of Tabernacle and 200 West will be
reserved for all bands. Directors: If you choose to warm up your band or group in the shade somewhere, we
suggest that you have someone assigned to monitor the parade starting point to be sure you are at the starting
point at the correct time. We also suggest that you maintain reliable radio contact with that person. Any band or marching group that is not in formation at the time their entry number comes in parade order will be canceled. Do not force us to remove your band or group from the parade. Please follow the rules.
WALKING GROUPS: All members of walking groups in the General Parade must be 6th grade or older.
AMERICAN FLAGS: Correct flag etiquette suggests that only one American flag be used in a parade. The color guard will carry the American flag at the head of the parade.
CHILDREN’S DIVISION: The Children’s Division has two Categories:
- Decorated, Theme Float
- Themed Group Walking (6 or more required).
SAFETY RULES: Throwing candy or any other item during the parade is discouraged. Children can be hurt or
killed if candy or other objects are thrown from your entry. Entries will be removed from the parade for safety violations.
APPLICATIONS: Entry deadline is September 11th, 2014. The judges and announcers will have no information about late entries. Please fill out the entire entry form. A brief script must be included, so the announcers will know how to present your entry. Entries without a sponsor cannot be accepted.
Click the thumbnail picture below for a Parade Lineup Map: