DENVER- Cowboy hats, longhorns, western wagons and more spotted all along downtown Denver for the annual National Western Stock Show and Rodeo parade.
It’s the 113th year for the celebration.
A herd of cattle walked down the streets with wagons and bands.
The grand marshal this year was urban developer Dana Crawford who was behind the designation of LoDo and revamp of Union Station.
The parade started at Union Station and continued to 17th and Tremont.
Thousands showed up to see the taste of the Old West.
The National Western Stock Show and Rodeo kicks off Jan. 12 and runs through Jan. 27th in Denver.