Dancing in the streets. Young dancers perform as they march in the National Puerto Rican Day Parade on New York's Fifth Ave., on June The parade has been an annual event in New York since 1958 and has grown to be one of the city's largest.
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The Puerto Rican Day Parade (also known as the National Puerto Rican Day Parade) takes place annually along Fifth Avenue in New York City, on the second Sunday in June, in honor of the nearly 4 million inhabitants of Puerto Rico and all people of Puerto Rican birth or heritage residing in the mainland U.S. In 2006, more than 80,000 participants marched and nearly 2 million spectators lined the parade route.