The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is always an event worth viewing with plenty of stars of stage and screen showing up for special performances, and while the 2020 show is going to be very different because of the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, that doesn’t mean it will be less special.

The event will forgo the usual live crowds and audience and is set to be reimagined with safety protocols in place due to the coronavirus, but several of the traditional elements of the annual event—including floats and balloons—will still be a part of the celebration. As such, the star power will also be larger than life.

All the performers and special guests for the 94th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade are listed below:

  • Ally Brooke (aboard the “Blue’s Clues & You1” float, sponsored by Nickelodeon)
  • The Band of the New York City Police Department (performing “God Bless America”)
  • Bebe Rexha (aboard the Big Turkey Spectacular float, sponsored by Jennie-O)
  • The Big Apple Circus
  • Breakfast Clowns
  • Brett Young (aboard the Harvest in the Valley float, sponsored by Green Giant)
  • Miss America 2020 Camille Schrier (aboard the Patriotic Top Hat float, sponsored by Macy’s)
  • Circus Clowns
  • City Tourist Clowns
  • CNCO (aboard the “Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” float, sponsored by Nickelodeon)
  • Coney Island USA’s Mermaid Parade (featuring Fogo Azul)
  • Corny-Copia Clowns
  • Dolly Parton (aboard the Home Sweet Home float, sponsored by Cracker Barrel Old Country Store)
  • Ella Mai (aboard the Fantasy Chocolate Factory float, sponsored by Kinder)
  • The FDNY Emerald Society Pipes & Drums
  • Funny Firefighter Brigade Clowns
  • Funny Flurry Clowns
  • Half-Baked Holiday Sweets
  • Heritage of Pride (New York City’s Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps Marching Band, performing “Dancing Queen”)
  • Holiday Clowns
  • Jimmie Allen (aboard the Winning Winter Together float, sponsored by Massmutual and the NHL)
  • Jordin Sparks (aboard the Splashing Safari Adventure float, sponsored by Kalahari Resorts and Conventions)
  • Karol G (aboard the Her Future is Stem-Sational float, sponsored by Olay)
  • Keke Palmer (aboard the Rexy in the City float, sponsored by Coach)
  • Lauren Alaina (aboard the Mount Rushmore’s American Pride float, sponsored by the South Dakota Department of Tourism)
  • Leslie Odom, Jr. (aboard the Toy House of Marvelous Milestones float, sponsored by New York Life)
  • Macy’s Clown U
  • The National Puerto Rican Day Parade (featuring Danza Fiesta)
  • The New York City Ballet (aboard the Central Park float, sponsored by Delta Airlines)
  • Noah Cyrus (aboard the Winning Winter Together float, sponsored by MassMutual and the NHL)
  • Nutty-Cracker Ballet Clowns
  • Patti Labelle (aboard the Deck the Hells float, sponsored by Balsam Hill)
  • Pentatonix (aboard the Heartwarming Holiday Countdown float, sponsored by Hallmark Channel)
  • Pirate Clowns
  • Safari Clowns
  • Santa’s Toy Box Clowns
  • Sebastian Yatra (aboard the Brick-Changer float, sponsored by the Lego Group)
  • Silly Seaside Clowns & Sea Creatures
  • Sleepy Clowns
  • Sofia Carson (aboard the everyone’s Favorite Bake Shop float, sponsored by Entenmann’s)
  • Springtime Clowns
  • Tori Kelly (aboard the Christmas in Town Square float, sponsored by Lifetime)
  • Toy Blocks
  • Turkey Tech Players & Sports Fans
  • Wedding Bell-Y Laffs & Limo Service Clowns
  • West Indian American Day Carnival Association (performing “CaribFuturism: LOVE.CULTURE.PEOPLE”)
  • West Point Band (performing “The Hellcats,” “This Is My County” and “The Army Goes Rolling Along”)
  • Zeta Phi Beta Steppers (performing “100 Yearz of Finer”)

Additional entertainment will come in the form of 15 additional floats, including the new Tom & Jerry’s Tourist Trap, six Balloonicles, and 18 Giant Balloons.

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will be broadcast from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in all time zones on NBC.

Macys Thanksgiving Parade performers The 2020 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has quite a few famous performers. Turkey Tom float is pictured at the 2017 parade in New York City. Photo: Peter Kramer/NBC