Macy’s Day Parade Returns For Thanksgiving with Baby Yoda and Carrie Underwood

Macy’s Day Parade Returns For Thanksgiving with Baby Yoda and Carrie Underwood
After being reduced to just one block by the coronavirus pandemic last year, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was back in full swing this year as thousands of spectators lined the streets to take in the balloons and floats. The Today show’s Al Roker, Hoda Kotb, and Savannah Guthrie helmed the NBC coverage, which saw 6,500 people coming together to work on the parade through New York City. This included marching bands, clowns, and other performers, in addition to 15 giant balloons and 28 floats. All those participating in the parade had to be vaccinated, though there was no requirement for spectators. Kicking off the 95th anniversary of the parade was the cast of Annie Live!, which is set to air on NBC next month. This was followed by performances from other Tony Award-winning musicals, including the casts of Moulin Rouge, Six, and Wicked. She’s getting us in the holiday spirit!
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