What You Need to Know for Dominican Day Parade 2012
New Yorkers have been celebrating the Dominican Day Parade since 1982 and this Sunday more than 500,000 are expected to attend the festivities in Midtown Manhattan, making it one of the major parades in New York in terms on attendance.
There will be traditional Dominican dishes available as well as floats, fun and lots of people dancing to bachata and merengue music.
Where: Between 36th and 52nd streets along Manhattan’s sixth avenue (SEE MAP BELOW)
How to get there:
34th Street Herald Square (at sixth avenue) (D,F)
Bryant Park 42nd street (at sixth avenue) (D,F)
Rockefeller Center 47th street (at sixth avenue) (D,F)
When: Activities will take place throughout the day
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