Grand Marshal: Barry Larkin - Hall of Fame Class of 2012, 12x National League All-Star & 1995 NL MVP.
Marty Brennaman - Retired Cincinnati Reds radio announcer, Ford C. Frick Award Class of 2000.
Members of the 1981 & 1988 Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl Teams - Members of the 1981 & 1988 Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl Teams along with Smoothie King would like to bring attention to Jovante Woods Foundation.
- Super Bowl XVI: Anthony Munoz (HoF, 11x Pro Bowl, 9x All Pro), Louis Breeden (All Pro), Jim Breech & Tom Dinkel
- Super Bowl XXIII: Anthony Munoz (HoF, 11x Pro Bowl, 9x All Pro), Ickey Woods (1988 NFL All-Rookie Team), James Brooks (4x Pro Bowl), David Fulcher (3x Pro Bowl, 3x All Pro), Jim Breech, Dave Lapham, Joe Kelly & Kevin Walker
Cincinnati Olympian Float
- George Wilson - Gold at 1964 Tokyo - Basketball - Former NBA Center - 1964-71 (1964–66 Cincinnati Royals)
- Bob Schul - Gold 1964 Tokyo - Men's 5,000 meters
- Jenny Kemp - Gold at 1972 Munich - Swimming - 4×100-meter freestyle relay
- Darrell Pace - 2 Gold (1976 Montreal, 1984 LA), 1 Silver (1988 Seoul) - Archery
- Joe Hudepohl - Gold 1996 Atlanta; Gold & Bronze 1992 Barcelona - Swimming
- David Payne - Silver 2008 Beijing - 110 m hurdles
- Mary Wineberg - Gold at 2008 Beijing for US Track: 4X400-meter relay
- Nick Goepper - Bronze 2014 Sochi, Silver 2018 Pyeongchang, Silver 2022 Beijing - Freestyle Skiing
Musical guest: King Records: Bootsy & Patti Collins; Otis Williams of Otis Williams and The Charms. Country-rock group: The Kevin McCoy Band.
Other special guest: West Side Little Leagues 12 year old All Star Team, WWII war hero: Ed Burke. Miss Ohio USA 2021 Nicole Wess, Miss Teen Ohio USA 2021 Grace-Anne Larschied, Lucy of Miami Valley Gaming, Jim Scott (Cincinnati radio legend - 700 WLW), MMA Fighter Kerry “Meat Truck” Schall, FC Cincinnati Nick Hagglund & Omar Cummings, and Patrick Fette, Taxi Phil, David Neiheisel and The Jones Brothers of Cincinnati Beard Barons
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