43rd Annual Electric Christmas Parade

43rd Annual

A Whoville Christmas, growing the heart of our communities

Saturday, December 1, 2018 • Starts at 5:00 PM

The 43rd Electric Christmas Parade judges will select a non-profit organization as the $700 parade entry winner.


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2018 Judges

Jess Christenson – Champs

Seth Elder – Canopy Tours

Mike Ploch – Community State Bank

Michael Jackson – Town Bank

Nick Vorpagel – Lake Geneva Country Meats

Kayla Brellenthin – Hawk’s View



The 43rd Electric Christmas Parade is filled with imagination, joy, and amazing floats that will glide through Broad and Main Street in downtown Lake Geneva. This year’s Electric Parade theme is “A Whoville Christmas, Growing the Heart of Our Communities” and will be held on Saturday, December 1st, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. It will be a joyous event bringing friends, family and residents of all ages together in a rousing display of community to celebrate the holidays.

If you would like to be a part of this wonderful event please fill out the online application below. This year we are also requiring that each entry provide one volunteer to assist with crowd control throughout the parade. The application is due Friday November 2nd, 2018

Parking Information : Parking will be available at Town Bank and BMO Harris Bank. There is NO PARKING on the parade route; west-side of Broad Street and north-side of Main Street. 

Parade Drop Off: If you are dropping off a participant in the parade please go to Marshall St and Broad St. right by Pizza Hut and Kwik Trip for that is where the staging area is for all floats and participants. 

We ask that all participants attending the parade to please stay on the sidewalk at all times. We need to ensure that everyone is safe throughout the parade. 

If you have any questions regarding the event please send an email to [email protected] .

We look forward to celebrating with you all this Holiday Season! 

Rules and regulations


    An elaborate display mounted on a platform pulled by a vehicle.
  • Each entry is required to provide one volunteer to help with keeping patrons and children off the streets and away from the floats.
  • Indicate # of marchers or performers.
  • Indicate # of animals - must have catch basket to pick up after animals. (Must have popper scooper or a catch basket)
  • This is what is provided to the announcer.