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The Annual Three Kings Day Parade 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 Parade returns to El Barrio this Friday.

El Museo del Barrio's Three Kings Day celebration returns to the streets of East Harlem this Friday.

The 47th annual parade, a spectacular stream of giant puppets, live camels, music and dancing that winds its way through El Barrio, features the theme "Tradiciones: Keeping Our Stories Alive."

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

The post-parade celebrations continue with a free live performance by Los Pleneros de la 21 at El Museo's teatro from 1:30pm to 3pm.

Entrance to the museum's galleries is also free.

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