Food for Families

Drop off non-perishable food items at the following downtown businesses:

  • About the South
  • Farmhouse
  • GumTree Museum of Art
  • Lee County Library
  • The Main Attraction
  • Tupelo Community Theatre
  • Tupelo Hardware

Non-perishable food items will also be collected by Cub Scout groups during the 66th Reed's Tupelo Christmas Parade on Monday, December 8th. Please bring your food items in grocery bags and watch for the scouts in the parade.

Win the Window

Downtown Holiday Open House

Over 10 downtown businesses will be open for the Holiday Open House on Sunday, November 23rd.  Stores will be open from 12 noon - 5 pm.  This is a great opportunity to cross some gifts off your list!

Reed's Tupelo Christmas Parade

Craig Helmuth, Debbie Brangenberg, Mayor Jason Shelton, Jack Reed, Jr., Matt Laubhan and Emily Leonard

Craig Helmuth, Debbie Brangenberg, Mayor Jason Shelton, Jack Reed, Jr., Matt Laubhan and Emily Leonard

The Downtown Tupelo Main Street Association (DTMSA) is thrilled to announce the 66th Annual Reed’s Tupelo Christmas Parade will be held Monday, December 8th in Downtown Tupelo. The 2014 theme for the Christmas Parade will be “Season of Hope”. We feel as though our grand marshals are very symbolic of that theme. With their help and guidance, our community was better prepared for the storms that struck Tupelo earlier this year. We are honored to announce the 2014 Grand Marshals are Matt Laubhan and Emily Leonard.

The 66th Annual Reed’s Tupelo Christmas Parade will be Monday, December 8th on the streets of downtown Tupelo.  The parade will begin at 6:30 p.m at the intersection of Main Street and Front Street.

People viewing the parade should line up along the sidewalks starting at Front Street and heading west towards Robins Street. The parade will continue north on Robins and east on Jefferson.

Public parking is located at the BancorpSouth Arena parking lots and other public lots throughout downtown.