Queens Hispanic Day Parade 2018 celebrates our diverse heritage

The 2018 Queens Hispanic Day Parade marches on 37th Avenue in Jackson Heights, Queens on Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 11 am.

2018 is the Parade’s 42nd year.

Queens Hispanic Day Parade 2018 Honorees

Bobby Sanabria (Puerto Rico)

Bobby Sanabria is a professor at the Manhattan School of Music. He just released a new album West Side Story Reimagined. “I want to live in America…”

Antone Pagan (Puerto Rico)

Antone Pagan is a respected actor.

Pedro Zamora (Mexico)

Pedro Zamora is the biggest Latin event promoter in the United States.

Juan Gutierrez (Dominican Republic)

Jaime Trujillo (Colombia)

Maria Martinez (El Salvador)

Larry Ringo (Peru)

Ruben Caserio (Argentina)

Edgardo Alonso (Guatemala)

Queens Hispanic Day Parade 2018 Route

The Parade marches through Jackson Heights, Queens. Jackson Heights is one of the centers of Hispanic New York City.

Parade

37th Avenue

Start

At 69th St

End

At 86th St

Queens Hispanic Day Parade 2018 Time

The Parade starts at 11 am.

Visit the Queens Hispanic Day Parade

The Parade is in Jackson Heights, Queens.

Subway

To see the start of the Parade:

  • (7)
  • (E)
  • (F) (M)
  • (R)

to Roosevelt Ave – Jackson Heights

To see the end of the Parade:

  • (7) to 82nd St

 


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