Puerto Rican Day Parade 2011

June 12, 2011 by Post Team 

Puerto Rican Day Parade 2011Puerto Rican Day Parade 2011, Street fairs and parades from traveling in the summer and early fall. T2C is here to help make the day a little better. Each month a list of events that could hinder your travel plans. Information Fair June:  Sunday, June 12
New York City Expo
(3 rd Avenue 23rd to 34th Street)

June 18
Times Square Expo
(On Broadway from 47th to 57th Street)

Sunday, June 19
The Festival Turtle Bay
(In Lexington Avenue from 42nd – 54 Th Street)

Friday, June 24
Grand Central Festival
(In the 43rd St. Lexington – 3 rd Avenue)

Saturday June 25
6th Avenue Summerfest
(On the avenue 6, 23rd to 33rd Street)

Sunday, June 26
Times Square Block Party
(In the street of Broadway -. 46 8th Ave)

June parades:

Crowds in excess of two million Fifth Avenue on Sunday, 12 for the 2011 Puerto Rican Day Parade June.

The parade begins at 11 am at Fifth Avenue and 44th Street and continues along the top of Fifth Avenue and Street 79 (which is 7 blocks from the usual fate.)

Actor John Leguizamo, popular singer Antonio Cab? N Vale “El Topo” Hall of Famer Roberto Alomar, and more celebrate the Puerto Rican community with music, food, dancing, and political progress and more.

Sirena 25th ParadeJune
In this fun event, participants dress up as mermaids and King Neptune and parades by the boardwalk in Coney Island, after everyone throws the fruit into the sea.

Le****n and Gay Pride Parade
Gay Pride Week: June 18 – 26

This year, watch for the celebrations to begin in New York on Saturday, June 18 with the annual meeting of the Central Park Summerstage at 72nd Street & Fifth Avenue, beginning at 4PM.

The following is the annual “Rapture on the River: A Woman Dance” scheduled for Saturday, June 25, 2011 at 13th Street on the Hudson River, followed by the big event on Sunday with a parade down Fifth Avenue beginning at noon June 26, 2011 – a march from 36th Street and heading south to Christopher Street in Greenwich Village.

On Sunday, the party continues as observers of the parade are invited to Pridefest, the annual LGBT Street in Hudson Street to complete this year’s celebrations gay pride in the city of New York.

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