Let's face it- it's going to be different.
Right off, the Macy's Day parade will not go through the streets of Manhattan this year.
Instead, performances will be broadcast live on NBC on Thanksgiving Day from 9 a.m. to noon. The celebration will shift to a virtual -television only presentation, showcasing the parade's mix of giant balloons, floats, street performers, clowns and culminating with the arrival of Santa Claus."
In a statement released by Macy's the 2020 parade will have 75% fewer participants than other years.
Everyone will remain socially distanced during performances and be required to wear face coverings and additional personal protective equipment as needed.
No participant in the Parade will be under 18 years of age and, instead of the traditional 80-100 giant balloon handlers,
Macy's "will instead employ an innovative, specially rigged anchor vehicle framework of five specialty vehicles tested and approved by the NYCDOT and NYPD," says the statement.
So sit back, turn the TV on, put the bird in the oven, and see what happens!
Stay safe boys and girls.