It all starts with the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department (CVFD) parade at 5:00 PM at Crozet Elementary School and goes down Crozet Avenue through downtown Crozet to Claudius Crozet Park. The Parade Grand Marshal is TBA.
If you would like to be a part of the 2022 Crozet Firemen’s parade, please submit your entry to be in the parade to ensure you are included in the lineup. Lineup will be based on a first come basis. Horses/livestock will be placed near or at the end of the parade. Lineup will begin at 4:00 P.M. at Crozet Elementary School and the parade ends at Claudius Crozet Park.
The celebration begins at Claudius Crozet Park after the parade. Bring a lawn chair if you want to be comfortable as you listen to the local band, Jacabone. Traditional American Fourth of July fare will be available, including hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken, kettle korn, funnel cake, BBQ, and sno-cones, as well as vegetarian and vegan choices, tacos, and other favorites! Local beer and Bold Rock Cider will also be available for a separate cost. Event ends at 9:00 PM (Sorry to say – NO fireworks show this year; supply chain and vendor issues.) So you’ll be able to head to your car before its dark
There are no pets allowed in the event
Designated smoking areas are provided and we ask that you only smoke in those areas. If you live nearby Crozet Park, we encourage you to walk!
How much would you pay for such good times? All that’s asked is a donation of $5 per person (and children 9 years and under are free) as you enter the festivities (parking is free). The non-profit civic groups in Crozet are the ones that benefit from any money raised above the cost of the event, so please be generous. Most years, we’ve donated over $7,000 to CVFD, WARS, and other civic groups.
Check out our Facebook page at: http://facebook.com/Crozet.Independence.Day.Celebration
Download a copy of our flyer by clicking here.
The event is sponsored by the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department, Crozet Community Association, Claudius Crozet Park, Crozet Lions Club, Life Journey Church, Crozet Board of Trade, and several other area churches, and citizen volunteers.