The New Year’s Day Parade is a parade through the streets of the West End of London, which takes place annually on 1 January and it is the biggest New Year’s Day street event of its kind.
The parade is used to raise funds for charities in London and representatives from each of the 32 London boroughs are encouraged to take part as a ‘borough entry’ which are judged as part of the event.
The parade is also used to honour people from each borough who have been heroic in some way during the previous year.
London New Year’s Day Parade Route Map :
The 3.2 km parade route begins at Parliament Square in Westminster and continues along Parliament Street and Whitehall to Trafalgar Square. It then continues along Cockspur Street and Regent Street.
The final section is along Piccadilly and the parade ends at Green Park. The parade attracts around a million spectators, and there is ticket-only seating at the start and end of the route.
In the parade there is a American High School Marching Bands competition in which a good number of schools participate.
Live Streaming and Broadcast of London New Year’s Day Parade 2017 :
Live Broadcast of the 2017 London New Year’s Day Parade will be available on BBC.
Live Streaming of the 2017 London New Year’s Day Parade will be available on – www.londonparade.co.uk
Note : Once the London New Year’s Day Parade 2017 takes place we will try to have Photos & Videos of London New Year’s Day Parade 2017 on our website. Visit again.
You can also visit the official website for more details – http://lnydp.com