As is tradition every fourth Thursday of the eleventh month of the year, This November 23, the American Union celebrates the Thanksgiving Dayalso know as thanksgiving, in English. Through this celebration, millions of families and friends They gather to give thanks for everything they have, while sharing a traditional turkey dinner with gravy.
In addition to the typical turkeyanother of the traditions of thanksgiving is the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade or Macy’s Paradewhich serves as opening ceremony not only of the celebration, but of the December festivities in generalbecause it has various floats, balloons and live performances that, for the most part, are alluding to Christmas.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade 2023: Schedule and line-up
Because the Macy’s Parade is the opening event thanksgiving, The parade takes place during the early hours of this Thursday, November 23, in Manhattan, New York. The floats will begin to parade sharp at 8:30 am (local time).
According to the event website, The Parade will have a total of 25 balloons, 6 bicycles with balloons, 31 floats, 11 war bands and 18 musical acts, among which Cher and Manuel Turizo stand out, in addition to other confirmed acts such as Alex Smith, Amanda Shaw, Ashley Park, David Foster & Katharine McPhee, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, Jessie James Decker, Jon Batiste, Paul Russell and Pentatonix, just to mention a few.
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Macy’s Parade: This is the parade route
The floats and balloons They will depart from West 77th Street and Central Park sharply at 8:30 am and will continue their journey in a linear manner to Columbus Circle. Subsequently, They will turn at Central Park South to continue south on Sixth Avenue, until reaching the final stretch at West 34th Street. Once the floats arrive at the Macy’s Herald Squarehis passage through the parade will be over.
Next, We leave you the map with the route:
For more information, We recommend you visit the official website of the event.