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The Annual Three Kings Day Celebration Returns to the Streets of East Harlem This Friday

El Museo's giant puppets at last year's Three Kings Day parade.
The annual Three Kings Day Celebration is returning to the streets of El Barrio.

El Museo del Barrio's Three Kings Day celebration is returning to the streets of East Harlem after going virtual for two years due to the pandemic.

The 46th annual parade, a spectacular stream of giant puppets, live camels, music and dancing that winds its way through El Barrio, is set for this Friday, January 6.

The parade kicks off at Park Avenue and 106th Street at 11am, makes its way east to Third Avenue, and ends near La Marqueta on Park Avenue and 115th Street.

The post-parade celebrations at El Museo's teatro are sold out, but you can follow the museum on Instagram for updates.

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