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How to watch the Three Kings Day Parade even if you can't make it to East Harlem

Updated: Mar 12


The annual Three Kings Day Parade, which brings live camels, puppets, music and dancing to the streets of East Harlem on Epiphany, is set for this Monday, January 6.

Hosted by El Museo del Barrio, the procession kicks off at 11am at 106th Street and Lexington Avenue. The parade then heads east, ending at 12:30pm at 115th Street and Park Avenue.

The fun doesn't end there. El Museo is opening its doors to free events before and after the parade, including a breakfast starting at 8:30am and live music by Los Pleneros de la 21 at 1pm.

Can't make it to East Harlem? The event is also being live streamed on the museum's Facebook page.

Photos: El Museo del Barrio

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