One of the city's biggest parades will attract millions of revelers tomorrow: The 51st National Puerto Rican Parade starts at 11 a.m., with the parade route beginning on Fifth Avenue at 44th Street and traveling north to 86th Street.
The parade's producer Carlos Valasquez told amNew York one hundred musicians will perform, "We have music for all tastes. Teenagers will enjoy reggaeton and we have salsa music for the 40-year-olds. As Puerto Ricans, we are all-inclusive." Labor leader Dennis Rivera is the Grand Marshal, and other celebrities attending include Geraldo Rivera, singer Frankie Negron, musician Tito Puente, Jr., singer Willy Chirino, rapper Fat Joe and chef Elsie Ramos.