The annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will take place in 2020, but in a changed capacity that will reflect the ongoing (and rapidly growing) COVID-19 pandemic. The better news is that Pikachu is turning 20 Will be there year in a row And Pikachu is up to something
On Thursday, Nov. 26, the giant Pikachu balloon will float among the skyscrapers of Manhattan again. This puffed-up Pokémon is complemented by “a troop of dancing Pikachu [who] will perform an electrifying performance,” the Pokémon Company said in a press release on Monday
Additionally, The Pokémon Company said, “Pokémon fans will want to tune in to find out why they’re making a special gig this year.” This is either an exciting joke or a threatening sounding joke, but it will probably be worth looking into to let in”Will Pikachu reveal first details on a sequel to Detective Pikachu? Will Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade add Pikachu as a special costume to Pokémon Go? Will Pikachu release a noxious gas in New York City to mesmerize the city’s population and to mesmerize the world Only the Pokémon Company knows!
Viewers will find out what surprise Pikachu has in store for Thursday when the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade airs on NBC and Telemundo from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in all time zones
For viewers wondering how Macy and NBC are going to deal with this year’s Thanksgiving Parade, the official website states that the celebrations do not include the traditional 2 A 5-Mile March through Manhattan, and most importantly, no streets full of parades -Viewers “Instead, over the course of several days, it will be reinterpreted as a television-only event leading to a live broadcast of the Thanksgiving Festival that contains the breadth of typical Macy elements,” says Macy. But you can still see “giant character balloons, animated floats, Incredible street performances, musical performances “and an appearance by Santa Claus on the show from New York’s 34th Street
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