At the end of the Grambling Homecoming Parade, there was a large crowd of people gathered around the Favrot Student Union and the center of the campus, 10/20/12
DJ Master Mixer from Houston, Texas was in the Grambling homecoming parade, mixing and DJing on the back of a float, rocking the crowd with the latest blues and southern soul hits.
The Booker T. Washington High School T-Connection Band from Tulsa, Oklahoma is a favorite in the Grambling State University Homecoming Parade each year. They are usually one of the largest bands in the parade.
The marching band of West Carroll High School from Oak Grove, Louisiana performs in the Grambling Homecoming Parade, 10/20/12
All-terrain vehicles are popular in the piney woods of North Louisiana, and are a popular attraction for kids at the Grambling Homecoming Parade.
The Peppermints are a drill team and drum squad from Shreveport, Louisiana that since 1973 has been providing a wholesome recreational opportunity for young people in the Shreveport community. They are frequent participants in the Grambling Homecoming Parade.
The Richwood High School Marching Rams Band is from the little town of Richwood which adjoins Monroe, Louisiana on its southern boundary. Here they are marching in the Grambling Homecoming Parade, 10/20/12
The Madison High School Soul Rockers of the South of Tallulah, Louisiana marching in the Grambling Homecoming parade, 10/20/12
Madison High School was formed through the merger of Tallulah High and McCall High several years ago, and their superb marching band is known as the Soul Rockers of the South. They appear every year at the Grambling Homecoming parade, and this year was no exception.
The Huntington High School band from Shreveport, Louisiana marches in the Grambling Homecoming Parade on 10/20/12