Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Promises More Fun!

 

Every November, the world’s most famous parade, the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, draws thousands of spectators to New York and millions of viewers to NBC. For you, that means balloons, floats, clowns, marching bands, cheerleaders, celebrities, and most of all, finally ringing in the holiday season!Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is an annual event held on Thanksgiving Day and this year, it falls on November 24.

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is one of the biggest and most anticipated events during this holiday. It’s become a tradition among families to watch the parade on Thanksgiving Day. The parade was first introduced in 1924 and has continued to grow and develop since then, becoming an important part of the holiday season. Each year the floats become bigger and more elaborate with thousands of volunteers joining in to make this holiday celebration enjoyable for all those watching from home or coming to attend the parade.

 

You can conveniently watch Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade from home or your hotel. Every year since 1948, NBC broadcasts the New Yorker parade live on TV. Here is the link to watch Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade online.

 

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade lineup for 2022 has started to leap out.  The Spirit of America Dancers and The Spirit of America Cheerleaders are back. They are now an expected part of the parade. Sigma Gamma Rho Centennial Step Team. Keeping with the  revisit everything is old theme we will also see  a Geoffrey’s Dazzling Dance Party  which announces the fact that Toys R Us is now headquarted in Macys.  will be there too! Both Lifetime and Hallmark will be offering floats this year as well. Pinkfong  Baby Shark and BBC’s Bluey will make their national debuts.

 

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