Thursday, December 7, 2023 - Join us for Cameron's Christmas Festival and Parade! Our theme this year is "Christmas Traditions." Festivities kick off in our historic downtown square at 5:00 pm with, music, food trucks, wine trucks, arts and crafts and more. Triple C Winery, Cloud Nine Coffee, 5D Travelin Tavern, Kona Ice and Hot Corners Food will bring food and drinks to the downtown. They will be there before, during and after the parade. Arts and Crafts Vendors, Farmers Market Vendors, New Vision Ministry Church with Mexican Sweet Bread, First Baptist Church with Hot Chocolate, and more. Enjoy Live Christmas Music in the gazebo at 5:30 with music before, during and after parade. At 6:00 PM Christmas Downtown Lighting Ceremony will begin, with lighting the square with Christmas Lights and Decor.
At 6:30 PM the parade will start, and you don’t want to miss all the amazing floats, and vehicles from our local businesses and individuals that make Cameron come alive with Christmas-themed decorations and characters!
Shop our local stores who will be open before the parade! Check out all the renovations and new businesses that are here and those that will be coming soon.
Santa will be downtown on the square after parade. Take your picture with Santa, as the Cameron Herald will be on hand taking pictures in the gazebo. There will be carolers to put you in the Christmas spirit. Don’t forget to explore our decorated historic downtown and businesses decorating with our theme. Drive around town to view beautifully decorated homes!
We invite you to stick around after the parade to enjoy the music and vendors to shop for local items for Christmas gifts. Visit www.cameron-tx.com for updates & more events or call 254-697-4979.
Date and Time
Thursday Dec 7, 2023 5:00 PM - 9:30 PM CST
Dec 7th, 2023
5:00 PM Vendors Open
5:00 PM Live Music
5:30 PM Christmas Carolers
6:00 PM Live Music
6:30 PM Christmas Parade Starts
After Parade Fireworks
After Fireworks Music continues then Parade Winners Awards
Downtown Cameron on and around the square
Houston and 1st Street