Potential Josh Ledet homecoming parade rescheduled to noon - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Potential Josh Ledet homecoming parade rescheduled to noon

LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) -

The homecoming parade planned for Josh Ledet if he makes top 3 on American Idol has been moved up to noon, Saturday, May 12. The reason is due to concerns over weather conditions.

Tickets to the pep rally and concert will be distributed beginning at 8 p.m., Thursday, May 10th. 7,900 tickets will be available and they will be evenly distributed at both locations. All tickets will be general admission, and will be distributed free of charge. There is a maximum allotment of two tickets per adult.

Distribution sites will remain open until all tickets are dispersed. The tickets are to ensure that all patrons visiting the venue on the day of the event can enter and exit the building in a safe and orderly manner.

Children cannot get the tickets themselves. An adult has to get them. Two per adult. Children CAN go to the concert. Tickets can be obtained at:

The Westlake Managan Center Gym
1000 McKinley Center
Westlake, LA

The McNeese Field House Ticket Office (just north of Cowboy Football Stadium)
700 E. McNeese Street
Lake Charles, LA 

The parade lineup is as follows:

1. Police Escort
2. Westlake High School Marching Band
3. Westlake Flag Corp & Westlake Cheerleaders
4. Westlake Mayor
5. CVB Float
6. LTCC Float
7. LTCC Float
8. De La Famille Float
9. Police Detail
10. Ford Mustang Convertible with Josh Ledet
11. Police Detail
12. LTCC Float
13. Lunatiques Float
14. Buccaneers Float
15. Westlake Fire Department (No Sirens)

The pep rally event will take place at the Burton Coliseum, located at 7001 Gulf Highway in Lake Charles at 6 p.m. with doors opening at 4 p.m. People who obtain tickets to the event are encouraged to plan for additional travel time, as traffic is expected. The event at Burton Coliseum will be a non-alcoholic event. Brandon Ledet and Terrance Simien will open for Josh at the Concert.

Stay tuned to KPLC and www.kplctv.com for more details.

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