It’s that time of the year again! The Holidays are almost here and what better way to kickstart them than the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. This year, the parade turns 91 and will feature five new floats and four new balloons. The new floats include “Shimmer and Shine” by Nickelodeon, “Harvest in the Valley” by Green Giant, “Everyone’s Favorite Bakeshop” by Entenmann’s, “Parade Day Mischief” by Sour Patch Kids, and “Macy’s Singing Christmas Tree” sponsored by Delta Air Lines.

Among the balloons, classics like Charlie Brown and Pillsbury Doughboy, Diary of a Wimpy Kid's Greg, and Trolls' balloon will also be making an appearance. Making their debut are Frozen’s Olaf, Super Wings’ Jett, Paw Patrol’s Chase and The Grinch.

Besides the fun balloons and floats, great performers are also confirmed to attend the parade. Representing Latinos are Puerto Rico’s Nicky Jam and Haiti’s Wyclef Jean. Also confirmed are Gwen Stefani, Common, 98 Degrees, Sara Evans, Andra Day, Cam, Dustin Lynch, Goo Goo Dolls, Smokey Robinson, Kat Graham, The Radio City Rockettes, Leslie Odom Jr., Andy Grammer, Patti LaBelle and more.

If you’re in New York City and want to take part of the celebrations and actually go to the parade, here’s a map with the route it will be following:

The best spots to watch are 77th St. and Central Park West, 59th - 75th St., Columbus Circle, 59th - 38th St. and 6th Ave., and Macy's Herald Square. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade begins at 9am on Thanksgiving Day, which is Thursday, November 23, 2017, so getting to these spots earlier will guarantee a better view.

If you’re watching from home, coverage starts at 9 a.m. ET on NBC, and you can watch it all on your TV or on the go via NBC Live. Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie and Al Roker of "Today" will anchor the broadcast. 

You can live stream the parade on your desktop or laptop computer or your mobile device by clicking on this link. You can also watch the coverage on NBC’s free app, which you can download from iTunes here or from Google Play here. NBC has temporarily removed the need to log in with your TV provider credentials for the parade.

Another option is to live stream it below, and watch Verizon’s 360 Live: The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade where you will be able to look up, down and all around every corner of the parade in an immersive 360 live stream that you control. And as you watch, keep an eye out for hidden surprises from Verizon.