Miss America “Show Us your Shoes” Parade. SEPT, 10

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SEPT 10

Tickets are still on sale for the Miss America “Show Us your Shoes” Parade, rain or shine…this Saturday, September 10 on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.

More than 5,000 participants, including the 2017 Miss America Contestants who will show off their elaborate shoe designs.

This year, the parade will be led by a special tribute honoring the fallen of September 11, 2001, as this year marks the 15th Anniversary of the September morning when thousands lost their lives at the World Trade Center, The Pentagon, and Flight 93.

The parade starts at 5p from New Jersey Avenue on the Boardwalk, toward the famous Boardwalk Hall, and ends at Albany Avenue.

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Show Us Your Shoes !

Tickets are on sale for reserved seating in the Kennedy Plaza area in front of Boardwalk Hall. Prime and regular reserved seating is available. There is also an opportunity to rent a rolling chair on the Boardwalk for your viewing pleasure.

And then….. 52 state titleholders take the stage at Boardwalk Hall on Sunday, September 11th, to compete for the title of Miss America 2017 live on ABC-TV.

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

If you need assistance with your ticket order, contact the Extreme Tickets help line: 1-888-695-0888.

4 Comments

  1. I think it would be very helpful if the vehicles transporting all the Miss America contestants on the boardwalk had the signs indicating the state the contestant comes from on the FRONT of the vehicles, in large letters for us old folks, not the sides, which you cannot see until the vehicle has almost passed you. Perhaps AC primetime can get this suggestion to the folks in charge of the parade…..??

  2. I’m guessing the people with the big state signs walking in front of the cars and the fact that they’re in alphabetical order aren’t enough…adding that a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey, a sack of potatoes, or Royals baseball uniform aren’t clues as well…just a couple of examples.

    1. you are absolutely right. Last year, it rained for the parade, and I do not remember seeing those signs ahead of the cars. The signs were a great help this year. Problem fixed. One last comment, though. I had to laugh out loud when I saw Miss Michigan in a Mercedes. I guess an American-made car was not available…

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