The largest Twelfth parade in Tyrone is in one of the county’s smallest hamlets of Benburb.
Joining Benburb brethren will be Orangemen and women from six other districts - Stewartstown, Cookstown, Castlecaulfield, Pomeroy, Coagh and Killyman, with 70 lodges and 50 bands.
The parade starts at 12.30pm from Derryfubble Road to Confeacle Road. Among dignitaries present will be Tyrone County Grand Master James Emery and Sovereign Grand Master of the Black Institution Millar Farr.
Guest speaker will be James Maclean, Grand Treasurer of Scotland. The Rev David Reid will conduct the religious service.
Piolice say non-parade traffic is asked to avoid the general Benburb area on Monday.
The parade route is from the Derryfubble Road side of the village along the Main Street to a field close to Moyard Crossroads on the Blackwatertown side of the village.