This year’s parade will feature performers like Mariah Carey and Paula Abdul and will have 27 giant balloons and 31 floats.

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The Macy's Thanksgiving Day March returns on Thursday for its 96th year, and is supposed to draw around 3,000,000 observers 

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who will line the roads of Manhattan in order to get a brief look at the gigantic inflatables, walking groups, star entertainers and, obviously, St Nick Claus.

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Normally around 6,500 individuals meet up to deal with the motorcade, which will follow a 2.5-mile course through New York City,

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beginning the Upper West Side of Manhattan and finishing off with Messenger Square.

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Not at all like last year, the Macy's Thanksgiving March won't need inoculation for march members

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all things being equal, entertainers should step through a Coronavirus examination 24 hours prior to showing up.

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The festivities will kick off at West 77th Street and Central Park West, but there will be limited public viewing, or none at all, at that location.

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Performers in the parade will include Paula Abdul, Jimmy Fallon, the Roots and Gloria Estefan, who will appear with her daughter and grandson. As a finale, Mariah Carey will sing “All I Want for Christmas Is You”

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The Ballet Hispánico School of Dance will make a return, and a number of marching bands including the Bourbon County High School Marching Colonels and the Benedict College Marching Tiger Band of Distinction will perform.

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