Israel Day Parade 2024 in NYC: March With ZOA!
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May 20, 2024

*Registration is now closed as we are now at capacity

JUNE 2, 2024 | NYC

SECURITY

Security at and around the Parade will be extremely robust. No strollers, scooters or backpacks will be allowed on the Parade route. Small fanny packs or purses will be okay. We thank you in advance for your cooperation, patience and understanding.

PARADE UPDATES

After you register, we will provide Parade information and updates via email and WhatsApp as the event approaches, including security details and our exact meeting time and location. For questions, please email info@zoa.org or call (212) 481-1500.

T-SHIRTS

As per official Parade policy, in coordination with the NYPD, all marchers must be wearing their group t-shirt, which will be distributed at the group’s meeting point on June 2. We will provide free t-shirts to those who registered and do our best to ensure you receive your preferred size, but cannot guarantee that we will be able to reserve sizes after a certain point, so please arrive on time.

FLAGS

We will distribute flags and other spirit items, but we also encourage you to bring your own. *There will be strict security restrictions, so do not bring anything sharp or attached to a stick*

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, June 2 to celebrate the Jewish Nation of Israel at this year’s Parade.

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