Budweiser Clydesdales’ Schedule of Events in
Lehigh Valley, PA Visit
The Budweiser Clydesdales will be visiting the Lehigh Valley, PA to lend a helping hoof to the Bethlehem Mounted Police Unit during the month of September.
The Budweiser Clydesdales will be stabled at the Ice Rink located on Illicks Mill Road in Bethlehem during their stay in the Lehigh Valley, PA. The following is the schedule for their public appearances:
Tuesday, September 10th – Stables open to the public from 10am to 5pm.
Thursday, September 12th – Procession/Parade of the Budweiser Clydesdales throughout Bethlehem for retail deliveries (See procession route below). Stables open to the public from 5pm to 7pm.
Friday, September 13th – Retail deliveries in Easton, PA from 1pm to 3pm. Contact Allentown Beverage for details.
Saturday, September 14th – Appearance at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center for a Wheels of Hope benefit from 12pm to 3pm. Contact Allentown Beverage for details.
Sunday, September 15th – Home delivery for winner of the Horseshoe drawing. Stables open to the public from 3pm to 6pm. Drawing and winner home delivery will be announced September 7th.
Monday, September 16th – Retail deliveries in Allentown, PA from 1pm to 3pm. Contact Allentown Beverage for details.
Tuesday, September 17th – Gildan AAA Championship Game at Coca-Cola Park. Tailgate party starts at 5pm. The AAA Championship game starts at 6:30pm.
The procession route for the Bethlehem retail deliveries is as follows. The procession will begin in the area of the Steel Ice Center on E. 1st St. in south Bethlehem. It will continue on Polk St., E. 3rd St., Adams St., W. 4th St., S. New St. over the Fahy Bridge, around City Hall, north on N. New St., W. Broad St., and south on Main St. The procession will end at the Wooden Match at the corner of Main and W. Lehigh Sts. Stops will be made on the way at various retail establishments. The procession route is subject to change.
Come on out to see the Budweiser Clydesdales in the Lehigh Valley and support the Bethlehem Mounted Police Unit.
The Bethlehem Mounted Police Unit and their mounts would like to thank everyone for the support and hope to see everyone at one of the events.