Hundreds come out for annual Pocomoke City parade

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People in Pocomoke City braved the cold on Tuesday to line the streets watching the annual parade.

Hundreds of people came out to see the lights, bands, and floats cruise down the street. Floats included everything from fire trucks to dancers.

People 47 ABC spoke to tell us this is an annual tradition and it shows everything that Pocomoke City has to offer.

“I think it just brings everybody together and they can just see what everybody does, like the Pocomoke band is very interesting, they practice like all semester, even after this they practice for next year,” Daniel Christopher, one parade-goer, said.

The parade kicked off tonight around 7 p.m. after being rescheduled from Monday night.

Courtesy: WMDT