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National Puerto Rican Day Parade

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Puerto Rican heritage is going to be celebrated in the best way possible: A giant parade (featuring more than 80,000 Nuyoricans) will be making its way down Fifth Avenue. Giant puppets and live salsa and reggaetón bands will be on hand, as will the requisite parade floats. And there'll be food! You'll certainly be dancing in the streets, no matter what your cultural background.This is one of the more high-profile parades of the year—you don't want to miss it. Fifth Ave between 44th and 79th Sts (nationalpuertoricandayparade.org). June 8 at 11am; free.
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