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The National Memorial Day Parade takes place on Monday, May 30th at 2pm along Constitution Avenue in our nation’s capital. The parade is televised and streamed LIVE and is made available across the nation and the globe!

ATTEND IN PERSON

The parade is open to the public, free of charge, and a great event for people of all ages. The route is accessible via the Washington, DC metro and is easy to access via National Archives/Penn Quarter/Navy Memorial stop (yellow/green line) as well as the Federal Triangle and Smithsonian stop (orange/blue/silver line).

To reserve parking in advance, please visit our friends at Parking Panda!

WATCH IT LIVE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Catch the parade LIVE on REELZ Channel! REELZ reaches 70 million homes on DIRECTV channel 238, DISH Network channel 299, Verizon FiOS TV channel 233, Time Warner Cable channel 128, AT&T U-verse channels 799/1799HD and cable systems nationwide. Find REELZ in your area by visiting www.reelz.com.

News Channel 8 will broadcast the parade locally to the Washington DC metro area. The channel is Washington’s only 24/7 local cable television news network that provides breaking news, politics, weather, and more for the District of Columbia, Maryland and Northern Virginia. Watch it anytime on cable or streaming live at home, at work or on your mobile device.

Military.com will be streaming the parade LIVE for viewers around the globe. Military.com was created in 1999 to connect and inform Americans with military affinity, and is currently the largest military and veteran membership organization with 10 million members.

Service members around the world can watch the parade on the American Forces Network. The Network’s mission is to provide “a touch of home” via news, entertainment, and televised programs to Department of Defense overseas communities.

DefenseTV is the first official online US Military HD internet site to bring important and often untold stories from the field to your connected device. Watch shows and news stories straight from our service men and women and catch live events as they unfold around the world.