The New York Times has published an article on how to watch the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City. The annual parade is a beloved tradition that draws millions of spectators each year.
The article provides details on the parade’s route, start time, and how to watch it on TV or online. It also includes tips on where to find the best viewing spots and how to navigate the crowds.
The St. Patrick’s Day Parade has been held in New York City since 1762 and is the largest St. Patrick’s Day parade in the world. It is a celebration of Irish heritage and culture and features bagpipes, marching bands, and colorful floats.
In recent years, the parade has faced controversy over its exclusion of LGBTQ groups, but organizers have since lifted the ban and allowed LGBTQ groups to march.
Whether you’re a longtime fan of the parade or a first-time viewer, the New York Times article provides everything you need to know to enjoy this year’s festivities. So grab your green gear and get ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style!