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A procession is usually part of a formal occasion, such as a funeral procession, or a wedding procession.
A parade is a celebratory staged event that usually includes bands, floats, etc.
Parade is used in a literary sense, also, such as in, "watching the parade go by," which can be a literary reference to watching life pass you by without participating.
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