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Our Events


2024 Event Calendar
Saturday, May 25th | 152nd Street Cultural Fest
Sunday, June 2nd | St. Patrick's Day Mass
Friday, June 7th | Annual Scholarship Gala
Sunday, June 9th | 67th National Puerto Rican Day Parade
Wednesday, September 4th | Chi-Chi Rodriguez Golf Tournament

Every year, the NPRDP hosts a series of public events leading up to the culmination of the Parade on the second Sunday of June.  Our events and programs are designed to celebrate and advance Art, Culture and Education in the Puerto Rican community, both in Puerto Rico and in the states

Mark your calendars, you do not want to miss any of the celebrations!  Come back regularly for an update on other events scheduled during the two weeks leading up to the parade.

The 67th Annual National Puerto Rican Day Parade will take place on New York City’s Fifth Avenue from 43rd Street to 79th St, Sunday, June 9th, beginning at 11 am.


One Nation, Many Voices

The National Puerto Rican Day Parade’s theme Un Pueblo, Muchas Voces (One Nation, Many Voices) celebrates the creativity and diversity of thought in Puerto Rico and across the diaspora.

Parade in Pictures



The National Puerto Rican Day celebrates and honors the leaders, educators, artists, and celebrities that have left a cultural footprint on this nation.

Participate in the Parade

Learn about our registration process and participate in this year's National Puerto Rican Day Parade.


Learn about our sponsors and how to become one for the parade.

  • What is a parade/marching contingent?
    A parade/marching contingent is an organized group of 50 people or less representing a registered organization. All contingents must file a parade application. The NPRDP will provide permits and access wristbands upon completion of the registration process. No contingent will be permitted to march without the applicable permits and wristbands.
  • Does my organization need to register? Can we join another organization that is registered?
    All organizations must file parade applications, separately. Parade formation permits cannot be shared.
  • Can I march in the parade without being part of a registered contingent?
    No. For security purposes, required by the NYPD, we must have the ability to identify all marchers and their respective contingents.
  • How can I get the most up-to-date information about events?
    Sign up for our email list, and come back to the website regularly and follow us on Facebook, and Instagram.
  • Parade
    Custom or standard float Tickets to VIP Review Stand
  • Media
    Presenting sponsor Category exclusivity TV spots during Parade broadcast on ABC7 Television billboards Full-page or half-page ads in Gala journal Dedicated posts on Parade social media platforms Logo inclusion in Parade promotional print ads Mention in all press releases Inclusion in Mass program Logo on Parade website linked to brand website Advertising on official Parade app
  • Marketing Opportunities
    Rights to use NPRPD logo in marketing programs
  • 152nd Street Festival
    Premium, 20’x20’ or 10’x10’ activation areas On-stage mentions
  • Annual Gala Banquet
    Tables for 10 people Speaking opportunity On-stage mentions
  • "Chi Chi Rodriguez" Annual Charity Golf Outing
    Signage at registration and throughout course Reserved Tables Group Tickets Print and Digital Journal Ads Website Promotion Hole and Green Sponsorship

Frequently Asked Questions


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