The 96th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City made a spectacular return as thousands of crowds gathered to watch cowgirls pirouettes through Central Park in bright sunlight, giant clowns pass by office windows, and famous faces wave from flotillas.
The Tom Turkey Float runs the path down Central Park West, led by police officers on motorcycles.
Spectators line the streets as clowns, floats, and balloons pass by during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Der Boss Baby Ballon thront über der Sixth Avenue.
The Ronald McDonald Float drives past office buildings and offers viewers a close-up view.
Spectators throw confetti as the parade descends Central Park West. The annual Macy’s Parade includes 16 giant character balloons, 28 floats, and 12 marching bands. The organizers expected more than 2.5 million viewers.
Dancers with the Tom Turkey Float make their way past Central Park.
Emma Broyles, Miss America 2022, waves to the crowd as viewers watch a giant Bluey pass by her window.
The University of Missouri marching band makes its way through Central Park West.
A parade artist dressed up as a Christmas tree leads a huge candy cane down Sixth Avenue.
Handler ziehen den Smokey Bear-Ballon die Sixth Avenue hinunter.
A Mexican brass band leads the balloon Ada Twist, Scientist.
Jimmy Fallon smiles at the crowd during the Thanksgiving parade.
People gather on the balcony of the Langham Hotel as the floats pass by.
A mounted NYPD officer smiles as people take pictures during the parade.
Die Zuschauer jubeln am Central Park West vorbei.
Santa Claus is swimming, complete with reindeer and elves.
University of Missouri marching band cheerleader.