WASHINGTON — A parade featuring NBA star Kevin Durant will go on as planned Thursday in his hometown of Seat Pleasant, Maryland, but a concert that was supposed to follow has been postponed.
“Kevin Durant Day” will be a celebration of the area native’s achievement with the 2016-2017 NBA champion Golden State Warriors.
The one-hour parade will start at 10 a.m., city spokeswoman Monica Biscoe told WTOP.
It will step off at Judith P. Hoyer Montessori School in Landover, travel west down Seat Pleasant Drive to Addison Road, and end at Goodwin Park in Seat Pleasant.
The music festival was postponed, Biscoe said, because of unforeseen circumstances and a scheduling conflict. (The reasons have nothing to do with permitting, she said.)
There’s no word on how soon the festival will be rescheduled.
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