The 41st Annual Snellville Days festival will be celebrated this coming weekend at T.W. Briscoe Park in Snellville.

This year’s theme is “Dreams Come True” and the grand marshal is Snellville resident and former linebacker for UGA, the Tennessee Titans and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Rennie Curran.

#The parade will start at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Wisteria Village with Curran presiding.

He will be joined by the UGA cheerleaders and mascot.

The parade will also feature horses and knights from Medieval Times, group floats, three marching bands, mascots, clowns, politicians, local cheerleaders and more.

#“Every year since I’ve taken over the parade we try to have different acts and every year we try to grow the parade. This year we have Medieval Times coming with their horses, we have Caribbean association with Carnival dancers and steel drums,” said Mayor Kelly Kautz. “Of course we have local schools come with floats, cheerleaders, and marching bands. We’re encouraging all of the participants to give out things to spectators. We want it to be enjoyable for everyone, not just people in the parade but those who come out to watch.”The 41st Annual Snellville Days festival will be celebrated this coming weekend at T.W. Briscoe Park in Snellville.This year’s theme is “Dreams Come True” and the grand marshal is Snellville resident and former linebacker for UGA, the Tennessee Titans and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Rennie Curran.#The parade will start at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Wisteria Village with Curran presiding.He will be joined by the UGA cheerleaders and mascot.The parade will also feature horses and knights from Medieval Times, group floats, three marching bands, mascots, clowns, politicians, local cheerleaders and more.#“Every year since I’ve taken over the parade we try to have different acts and every year we try to grow the parade. This year we have Medieval Times coming with their horses, we have Caribbean association with Carnival dancers and steel drums,” said Mayor Kelly Kautz. “Of course we have local schools come with floats, cheerleaders, and marching bands. We’re encouraging all of the participants to give out things to spectators. We want it to be enjoyable for everyone, not just people in the parade but those who come out to watch.”