Tune in for America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade Live!

Join the excitement of America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade on WCVB Channel 5 or stream it on Very Local. Don’t miss this celebrated tradition!

Tune in to WCVB Channel 5 or stream on Very Local for live coverage of the "America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration" on Saturday, November 18 from 10 AM to 12 PM.
Join the nation with WCVB’s national broadcast of the parade in 24 markets, featuring local hosts, special guests, and a tribute to U.S. veterans.
Get easy streaming access on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and more with the Very Local app to watch the parade live or on-demand.

Join the Live Broadcast of Plymouth’s Thanksgiving Parade

This November, Plymouth is hosting its eagerly awaited “America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration” parade. You can watch it live on Boston’s own WCVB Channel 5 or stream it through the Very Local app. The live coverage will start at 10 AM on Saturday, November 18, and last until noon. If you miss the live event, don’t worry! You can still watch it on-demand or catch the encore presentation on Thanksgiving morning.

For the first time ever, people across the country can catch the parade’s special moments. A special highlights show will be broadcast in 24 markets through Hearst Television, the parent company of WCVB.

Meet Your Hosts and Special Guests

The event will be brought to life by the familiar faces of WCVB EyeOpener anchors Antoinette Antonio and Doug Meehan. They will be joined by Olly deMacedo, the parade’s long-time Executive Director, and Dr. Paul Jehle, a historian from the Plymouth Rock Foundation. WCVB’s own Maria Stephanos and Ed Harding, along with other team members, will add their own unique touch to the parade, offering fun commentary from the channel’s float. And keep an eye out for Justin Spencer and Ryan Vezina from “Recycled Percussion,” who will be delivering a thrilling performance.

Experience the Theme “The Price of Freedom”

This year, the parade will be a tribute to U.S. veterans, acknowledging their sacrifices with the theme “The Price of Freedom.” The parade will start at the iconic Plymouth Rock and make its way through the historic streets. Expect to see more than twenty beautiful floats showcasing key moments from America’s history. Local musicians, school bands, and military bands will also join in to pay homage to our nation’s veterans.

How to Watch

Don’t miss the spectacular event. You can watch it live on WCVB Channel 5 on Saturday, November 18, from 10 AM to 12 PM. If you’re busy that day, tune in for the encore on Thanksgiving morning, November 23, from 9 to 11 AM. To stream the parade live or watch it later at your convenience, download the Very Local app on your favorite device and join in the celebration.

Marilyn Walters

Marilyn Walters is a seasoned news journalist with over two years of experience in the field. Known for her investigative reporting and insightful analysis, Marilyn has covered significant global events with an objective lens. Her relentless pursuit of truth and dedication to journalistic integrity have established her as a respected voice in today's dynamic news landscape.

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