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New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade

St. Patrick’s Day Parade New York City 2018 17 March, 2018   The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade went through Midtown and the Upper East Side for its 257th celebration. Over 150,000 participants and about 2 million spectators enjoyed the festivities on 5th Avenue, with the sound of bagpipes and green and orange everywhere. It …

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 2017 Over 3.5 million spectators lined the streets for the world’s largest parade with the best balloons you will ever see including featured concerts and entertainment from around the world. New balloons this year include Olaf from Frozen, Chase from Paw Patrol, Jett from Super Wings and The Grinch. Returning favorites …

Veterans Parade

Veterans Day Parade in New York 2017 Americans celebrate Veterans Day to thank all those who honorably served in the military – in war time, and the NYC Veterans Day Parade is the largest Veterans Day event in the nation. The Parade takes place every November 11, rain or shine. With over 300 units and tens …

Dominican Day Parade 2017 in New York City

35th Annual Dominican Day Parade 2017 The Dominican Day Parade celebrates Dominican culture and the contributions of Dominican Americans on the second Sunday in August each year. The Dominican Day Parade is one of the biggest programs in New York and is a celebration of their culture. This is the 35th Annual Dominican Day Parade 2017 in …

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Hall of Famers Debbie Harry as Queen Mermaid & Chris Stein as King Neptune from Blondie were the 2017 Royalty as they reigned over the 35th Annual Mermaid Parade in Coney Island. The parade drew hundreds of thousands of party-goers and were greeting with soaking rain for most of the procession. There were hundreds of …

St. Patrick Day Parade

On a cool day in New York City, the oldest and largest parade in the world took place on Fifth Avenue in the heart of the city.  The St. Patrick’s Day Parade honors St. Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland and of the Archdiocese of New York, was first held on March 17th in 1762 …

Columbus Day Parade in NYC

Italian Pride was displayed on Fifth Avenue at New York City’s 72nd Annual Columbus Day Parade.  The parade traveled from 44th to 72nd street and drew about a million spectators along the route, led by this years Grand Marshall, Robert LaPenta.

African American Day Parade

This year the African American Day Parade, Inc. celebrated 47 years in Harlem, New York. The parade is held every third Sunday in September and it is the most renowned African American parade in the country, with the largest cross-section of participants, including community & political leaders, community-based & religious organizations, civil servants, celebrities, fraternities & …

46th Annual West Indian Day Parade

Monday was the 46th Annual West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn, New York. Thousands of participants in colorful costumes danced to the sounds of steel drums with onlookers waving flags celebrating their Caribbean heritage. Mayor Bill de Blasio and mayoral candidates Christine Quinn, Bill Thompson, and Anthony Weiner marched in the parade a week ahead of the Democratic primary.

NYC Pride Parade

New York City Pride Parade 2016 was everything great and more.  There was Happiness, Solidarity and Celebration at the Biggest Pride Celebration in the World. The parade started at 36th Street and Fifth Avenue and officially ended at Christopher and Greenwich streets.  And the party continued on…

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The 34th Annual Mermaid Parade was held on Saturday, June 18th in Coney Island with Supermodel and Queen Mermaid Hailey Clauson.  The Mermaid Parade is the nation’s largest art parade and one of New York City’s greatest summer events.

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Pride Parade in New York City 2014 Thousands of enthusiastic people lined the streets of New York City to take part in the festivities at the annual Pride Parade on June 29, 2014. The parade started at 36th Street and Fifth Avenue and ended at Greenwich and Christopher streets at the Stonewall Inn.