The return of Jordy Nelson to Manhattan, and several creative floats highlighted the 2019 K-State Home Coming Parade on Friday. The annual parade was rallying Wildcat fans before the big game against Oklahoma on Saturday.

Manhattan residents watched on from the sidewalks of Poyntz Avenue as the floats drove down the street and K-State students tossed candy to children. Former NFL and K-State Football standout Jordy Nelson led the Disney themed parade as the Grand Marshall.

The Parade was preceded by a trick or treat in Aggieville and followed by a pep rally at City Park where the parade ended.

      Sounds of the Parade


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