DETROIT — The Lorain High School Titans Marching Band represented Northeast Ohio Thursday when students appeared in America's Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit.
The yearly event is one of the oldest and largest parades in the country, according to parade officials. The parade has been a family tradition since its inception in 1924.
The Titans performed in front of thousands of people who lined Woodward Avenue in the brisk cold Thanksgiving morning.
This is the second time the Titans have gone to Detroit for the parade. They first marched there in 2017. They have also performed in Chicago and New York.
Next, the band will head to the Magic Kingdom and University Studios for the New Year holiday.