Thousands of people gathered to collect candy and watch the nearly 100 floats drive down parts of Frederick Blvd.
For those in the audience, Saturday's parade was a chance to enjoy the nice weather.
"My kids have never been to a parade so I thought I'd bring them out," said Elsa Morris. "I'd actually been to the Apple Blossom Parade a long time ago; my dad used to bring us up here and it was a nice day out so I thought I'd bring them."
For those participating in the parade it was a chance to show off their talents.
"The Apple Blossom gives us the opportunity to show 20 to 25,000 people, the awesome young people of our community and of the mid-town area," said Kimberly Warren from Word of Life Church, who coached praise dancers.
KQ2 will re-broadcast the parade at 10:35 on Saturday night.