Doo Dah Parade festival

While you may have heard some buzz about the Doo Dah Parade festival you will want to read some of the facts that make it one of the most loved events in the greatest city in the nation!  Read below for the top 8 reasons you don’t want to miss out on the fun and excitement at this great event!

The Annual Doo Dah Parade, which is a cultural legacy of the Columbus, Ohio – Short North Arts District, known for its diversity and passion of art. Vibrant people march and express their unique humorous thoughts about social, political, civic or other issues. Nothing or no one is safe from satire! No other major U.S. city has a 4th of July parade quite like the Doo Dah Parade. The Doo Dah parade is FREE to march in or to watch and no registration is required! The day is complete with FREE entry to the Block Party with FREE live music 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Buttles Avenue (Between High & Park Streets) A few rules: No Blatant Advertising, No Full Nudity, All Politicians Must Wear a Funny Hat!

Doo Dah Parade festival 2014
Doo Dah Parade festival 2014

The 31st Annual Doo Dah Parade will once again celebrate liberty & lunacy on the July 4th, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. Line-Up @ Noon. (Rain Date July 3rd).

Off the wall range of mischiefs, grounded super heroes, political debacles, homegrown satirists, and the other bohemian frolickers winding thru the Short North.

Watch or March in the Craziest Parade in History! No entry fee, Just show up!

Address of Doo Dah Parade festival

High Street & Buttles Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43215
United States

Doo Dah Parade festival
Doo Dah Parade festival

Doo Dah Parade Dates

The Doo Dah Parade festival is a 4 day celebration with events starting on July 4, 2014

Top 8 reasons to go to the Doo Dah Parade festivities

  1. super
  2. heroes,
  3. political
  4. debacles,
  5. sub-cultural
  6. politics,
  7. satirists,

Doo Dah Parade celebration Genre

Music festival, Parade, Holidays

Estimated attendance: 40000

Top 5 words associated with the fest

  1. Vibrant
  2. diversity
  3. politicial
  4. satire
  5. humorous
Vending Options

Yes – some spots open but vendors are prohibited from sales using the festival name




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