US103-3 is proud to be a part of the Autumnfest Parade on September 17th, 2022 at 10:00 am.  Make sure you look for our Townsquare Media stations along the route for free swag and candy.

This is truly a busy weekend in the Bismarck Mandan area.  We have homecomings going on, the Downtowners Street Fair, the Bismarck Marathon, and of course the Autumnfest Parade.

Unfortunately, there is rain in the forecast tomorrow morning.  Hopefully, it will hold off, but it might be a good idea to bring an umbrella along just in case.  Let's hope the weather guys are wrong like they are most of the time.  This time we hope the Bismarck Bubble is actually a thing.

The parade will begin at the Capitol grounds but there are a few changes from prior years.  This year's parade route will start at the North Dakota Capitol, go down 6th street, west on East Avenue C, and north up 4th street to return near the Capitol.

Autumnfest Parade is a traditional all-American parade, with lots of bands, music, beauty queens, community organizations, and floats.  Let's not forget the horses and clowns.

Thousands of people are expected to attend this annual parade in Bismarck, North Dakota again this year, so bring the family, some lawn chairs, a bag for candy for the kids, and fall into the celebration.

I'll be driving the US 103-3 vehicle, so be sure to look for me and give me a wave or a holler.

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