By Mail:

Roswell Remembers
617 Atlanta Street,
Roswell, GA 30075

By Phone:

770-640-3253 or

By Fax:


By Email:

Media Contacts:
Contact Dotty Etris,
Executive Director of the Roswell Convention and Visitors Bureau, at


Program – Events Throughout the Day

  • 10:00 a.m. Displays Open to the Public
  • 10:15 a.m. Pre-Ceremony Music

Program Includes:

Presentation of Colors

National Anthem

Pledge of Allegiance


“Lest We Forget” POW-MIA

Laying of the Wreath

Featured Speaker:

Reflections “From The Heart”

Veterans share Moments of Reflections


21-Gun Salute


  • 12:30 p.m.
    Conclusion of Military Program
  • 12:45 p.m.
    After the Military Ceremony please enjoy a picnic on the grounds, or purchase BBQ available on site, as you listen to live music.

21-Gun Salute.

Because of large crowds and the sudden noise from the 21-Gun Salute, this event is not suitable for pets.

Held on the grounds of Roswell City Hall:
38 Hill Street, Roswell,GA 30075

Color Guards.
Pipes & Drums.
Laying of the Wreath.


Atlanta Wind Symphony

Over the course of more than two decades, the AWS has become internationally respected for its musical excellence, service to the community and contributions to music education. Their patriotic selections are a highlight of the Roswell Memorial Day Ceremony.

Chattahoochee Celtic Pipes and Drums

This band was formed by Rory Howe, with the Roswell Police Department, with the thought of being the first Law Enforcement agency in the state to have a police pipe band. It is a paramilitary band, consisting of 12-16 individual pipers and drummers who all have the same love of the Scottish tradition and the skirl of the pipes, wearing the Chattahoochee tartan designed specifically for Roswell, by the Scottish Borders, during the ’96 Olympics. The award-winning band plays for numerous civic and community events, parades, and ceremonies, including the annual Roswell Memorial Day Ceremony.

Our Emcee will be: Moby

Once again Roswell Remembers Memorial Day Ceremony will be hosted by Moby. Moby has a 25-year history as the top morning DJ in Dallas, Houston, and Atlanta, where he was the top-rated morning personality for 10 years. He is creator of “The Biggest Small Town in AMERICA (sm) Radio Network.”

Known for his patriotism, Moby’s respect for those who serve our country, and those who have given their all, is evident as he emcees the military portion of the ceremony.

Picnic & Concert

After the Military Ceremony please enjoy a picnic on the grounds, or purchase BBQ available on site, as you listen to live music.


The Chuck Nation Band

A world class ensemble of award winning performers and one of the most entertaining and versatile groups in bluegrass/acoustic music.  Whether it’s old favorites, modern songs, or original material, the Chuck Nation Band delivers professional grade, lively music that engages and entertains an audience from the moment they take the stage until the rousing applause at the end of the show.  Close harmony vocals and superb instrumental playing help create their distinctive sound.  The band is based in North Georgia.

Copyright © 2017. All Rights Reserved.
This web site is the property of the Roswell Memorial Day Committee, and no portion, including graphics and text, may be used without prior condition.