Everything you need to know about the St. Patrick's Day Parade
The 251st annual St. Patrick's Day parade is this Saturday, so grab your best green gear and head over to Fifth Avenue to take in the world's biggest St. Patty's parade.
The parade steps off at 44th Street and Fifth Avenue at 11 a.m., and will march up Fifth past St. Patrick's Cathedral, the American Irish Historical Society and more, before wrapping up at The Met.
The grand marshal this year is Francis X. Comerford, chief revenue officer and president of Commercial Operations for the NBC Owned Television Stations.
If you go:
When: Kicks off at 11 a.m., ends around 5 p.m.
Where: Begins at 44th Street and Fifth Avenue and marches up Fifth to the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Best viewing spots: Anywhere North of 66th Street and Fifth Avenue; upper steps of The Met; anywhere around 86th Street
Forecast: Low 60s, partly cloudy