PHOTOS: Three Rivers Festival Parade fills downtown Fort Wayne with floats, music, dance and more

The Angry Birds balloons turn the corner at Calhoun and Berry streets on their way to the finish of today's Three Rivers Festival Parade. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)
The East Noble High School Marching Band was one of the larger high school marching bands in the Three Rivers Festival Parade. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)
Local military veterans march as a color guard ahead of the Honor Flight Northeast Indiana float in today's Three Rivers Festival parade. Riding on the float were several other local older military veterans. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)
A dragon was one of the creatures entertaining the crowd at today's Three Rivers Festival Parade. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)
The Purdue Fort Wayne mastodon was one of the balloons in today's Three Rivers Festival Parade. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)
The Wayne High School Marching Band participated in the Three Rivers Festival Parade. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)
The Wells Fargo horse-drawn wagon was one of the units in the Three Rivers Festival Parade. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)
The South Side High School marching band was followed by a hungry Cookie Monster balloon in today's Three Rivers Festival Parade. (By Kevin Kilbane of News-Sentinel.com)

Here are some photos from today’s Three Rivers Festival Parade in downtown Fort Wayne.

The parade was expected to have 118 units.

The festival continues today through July 21 at Headwaters Park and other locations around Fort Wayne. For more information and a complete schedule, go to the festival website.

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