95th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade takes place in New York | USA Today

95th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade takes place in New York | USA Today

The classic Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has been watched by millions of New York residents and millions more on television.

Broadway will be showcased with performances from musicals “Six,” “Moulin Rouge!” and “Wicked,” as well as a sneak preview of NBC’s “Annie Live!” and the Radio City Rockettes.

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26 Responses

  1. Mine Moore says:

    It just wouldn’t be the start of Christmas season without the Macy’s day parade. It has been a part of my life for three quarters of a century. THANK YOU MACY’S AND ALL THEIR WONDERFUL EMPLOYEES.

  2. Kimberlys Cabin Iowa says:

    Thank you to USA TODAY for providing this live stream! I don’t have a TV and this is my only way of viewing this family tradition! Happy Thanksgiving to all your staff who sacrificed their ‘family time’ to provide this!

  3. Becca Smith says:

    The cheerleaders in the beginning should win something

  4. Magma Sunburst says:

    We have to remember to support these stores like Macy’s and Barnes and Nobel that actually provide a service in the community in many ways. It’s the idea of having another place to congregate besides home and work.

    • Black League says:

      @Donald Ducko you are 100% correct. Still I’m just here for the sonic balloon and to see some dancing. Under the corporate hammer is some good artwork and hard working people who dont know about the ” greater system “. Use your wisdom and love them brother.

    • wheelmanstan says:

      @Donald Ducko the co-owner of Macy’s and his wife gave their seats on the Titanic lifeboats, RESPECT

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    • MTY says:

      @Donald Ducko You’re right about Macy’s, but it is wrong and it is business. Just because an act is within legality doesn’t mean that it isn’t wrong.

    • Amira Blue.b says:

      even though if everybody the world work-at-home you would actually get bored always be home on time because you want to go out to someplace and enjoy your time may be till movie or or maybe bowling or dinner or shopping and it’s nice to be socially interactive but one another even though sometimes things happen but this is life but you knowyou do try to make always happy memories when you go out with your family and friends and co-workers and enjoy your life because life is short so live it take care God bless 😇😇🙏😇😇😇😇😇

  5. Patricia Elrod says:

    SO MUCH BETTER than that lame, over hosted crud on NBC with ads. This is the real parade experience! Thank you!

  6. alfi rojas Cornelius says:

    Love this tradition. So cool to see the 3steves from blues clue. Have a safe holidays to all !!!🍂🍂🍁🍁🦃

  7. William Carman says:

    This parade always takes you back to childhood. I appreciate the few things that have stayed the same.

    • Steve Trivago says:

      Me too William….

    • Stylinsue5 says:

      Hahah I find this comment hilarious as there were no children allowed in the parade this year. Shame on NEW YORK

    • Diana Nicole says:

      @Stylinsue5 I have watched almost the whole thing and I didn’t even notice that. Your right, shame on NY.

    • Stylinsue5 says:

      @Diana Nicole yes. I know a guy that was a balloon handler. He VOLUNTEERS every year. He wanted his 12 year old to be in it and she wants too. He was informed that no kids under 12 would be allowed due to not being jabbed. Look at the Sesame Street float. ZERO kids.

      No kids anywhere. What a damn shame as kids are the reason for parades.

    • E B says:

      They bring back a 90s set up of a parade. I haven’t seen anything like this in over 20 years in my opinion. They came through with Grimace and Hamburglar I haven’t seen that since 1990s which’s was part of McDonald’s from 1970s-1990s. 👀😱 dragon ball z like what ?

  8. Weirdo_named_Shannon says:

    First year im not at home watching the parade with my sisters while my mom starts all the cooking. I miss home. Thank you for streaming this and allowing me to keep at least something.

    • Angelica Licari says:

      Same- my first Thanksgiving away from home, too far to travel back, missing watching the parade with my sisters while my mom and dad cook. I take some comfort in missing them (I know I only miss them because we love each other so much) but it’s still a heavy feeling.

  9. Hillside Dweller says:

    Well done coverage USA Today! It was just like being there in person—very enjoyable. So much better than the obnoxious NBC broadcast.

  10. Cocinando Con Catalina says:

    Love watching these Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parades! These parades are so beautiful and fun to watch!
    Hope everyone stays safe and Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

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