Parade (disambiguation)

Parade (disambiguation)

A parade is a procession of people.

Parade may also refer to:
* The Parade, a 1960s pop group
* Parade (Spandau Ballet album) (1984)
* Parade (album) by Prince (1986) and soundtrack to the film "Under the Cherry Moon"
* Parade (ballet) by Léonide Massine to music by Erik Satie and a one-act scenario by Jean Cocteau (1916–1917)
* Parade (film) by Jacques Tati (1974)
* Parades (film) starring David Doyle (1972)
* Parade (GO!GO!7188 album) by the Japanese rock band (2006)
* Parade (magazine) US
* Parade (British magazine) UK
* Parade (musical) with score by Jason Robert Brown and book by Alfred Uhry (1998)
* Parade (song) by the rock group Garbage
* Military parade, a collected formation of troops, typically with restricted movement

Parade may also be:
* A place or avenue for the parading of troops on ceremonial occasions, for example Horse Guards Parade in London and ANZAC Parade, Canberra
* "Parade", a song by J-pop band Chaba

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