The Philippine Independence Day Parade NYC 2023 marches down Madison Avenue from Murray Hill to a street fair and cultural festival next to Madison Square Park in NoMad, on Sunday, June 4, 2023, from 12-2pm. The complete celebration runs from 8am – 6pm. FREE! 🇵🇭
This is the world’s largest Philippine Independence Day Parade outside of the Philippines. The first parade was in 1990. It helps to raise funds for Filipino charities. Filipinos and friends come from all over the Northeast to celebrate.
Philippines Independence Day celebrates the Filipino declaration of independence from Spain, by Emilio Aguinaldo, on June 12, 1898.
The Philippines has a second independence day on July 4. That day, now called Philippine Republic Day, celebrates the signing of the Treaty of Manila which gave the Philippines independence from the United States in 1946.
The celebration begins with a flag raising ceremony at the Philippine Center New York, on Fifth Avenue at 46th St in Midtown at 8am.
There is an Independence Mass in Kalayaan Hall in the Philippine Center from 8:30-9:30am
33rd Philippine Independence Day Parade NYC 2023
The parade begins with an opening ceremony on Madison Avenue at 38th St, at 11:45am.
The Philippine Independence Day Parade NYC 2023 marches down Madison Avenue from 38th St in Murray Hill to 27th St in NoMad, on Sunday, June 4, 2023 from 12-2pm. 🇵🇭
Over 100 marching groups, floats, bands, and vehicles are expected.
The Philippine Independence Day Street Fair is on 26th St, between Madison and Park Avenue, from 11am – 6pm. 🇵🇭
Look for world-famous filipino street food, artisanal arts and crafts, and more.
The Philippine Independence Day Cultural Festival stage is on Madison Avenue at 25th St, alongside of Madison Square Park, from 2-6pm. 🇵🇭
Enjoy local and international filipino entertainment.
For more information, visit pidci.org