Israel Day Parade 2018 celebrates Jewish culture. Sababa!

The Israel Day Parade is a New York City celebration of Jewish culture. It started in Manhattan’s Upper West Side in 1965.

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54th Israel Day Parade 2018

The 2018 Israel Day Parade or Celebrate Israel Parade marches up Fifth Avenue from 57th St to 74th St from 11 am – 4 pm. Rain or Shine!

This is the world’s largest celebration of Israel’s 70th anniversary. It feaures over 40,000 marchers from 250 organizations, 15 marching bands, 30 floats and hundreds of thousands of spectators.

The Parade is produced by the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York (JCRC-NY).


2018 Israel Day Parade Theme

The 2018 Parade theme is “70 and Sababa!” (70 & Awesome!)

“70 and Sababa!”

Sababa is an Israeli expression that translates as “Awesome” like “Chévere” (Spanish) or “Legal” (Brazilian Portuguese).


2018 Israel Day Parade Honorees

Every year community leaders show their support for the Israel Day Parade.

Grand Marshals

Dina and Jonathan Leader, Jewish philanthropists

Honorary Grand Marshals

  • Jonathan Lipnicki, American actor
  • Siggy Flicker, TV personality
  • Eyal Shani, world-renowned chef
  • Lipa Schmeltzer, musician
  • Liel Leibovitz, host of the Unorthodox Podcast

Performers

  • Ninet Tayeb, Los Angeles-based rock musician
  • Omri Anghel, NYC-based Israeli DJ and producer
  • Kosha Diliz, American rapper
  • National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene’s Fiddler on the Roof (in Yiddish)
  • Yarden Klayman, saxophone player and House DJ
  • Six13, six-man vocal band and beatbox
  • SOULFARM, New York City-based Jewish rock band
  • Milk & Honeys, NYC-based Afro-Hebrew band

Watching the Israel Day Parade

Watching the Parade is free, but a limited number of VIP tickets are available at celebrateisraelny.org/tickets

You can watch the Parade live on Fox My9 cable television from 12 – 2 pm or stream it at CelebrateIsraelNY.org from 12 noon – 3 pm.

Israel Day Parade Route

The Parade marches up Fifth Avenue from 57th St to 74th St from 11 am – 4 pm. Rain or Shine!

Sababa!


For more information, visit celebrateisraelny.org


 


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