On Sunday, October 31, 2010, Sesame Place will officially retire “The Rock Around the Block Parade.” The parade, which debuted in 1997, has delighted millions of Sesame Place guests with its exciting rhythms, toe-tapping sounds and dance numbers performed by everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends. Don’t miss your chance to catch the parade before it is gone! See the parade each Saturday and Sunday through October 31st.
For those guests wanting a lasting memory of the Rock Around the Block Parade, the Rock Around the Block Parade float will be available in the main plaza of the park for photos on Saturday, October 30 and Sunday, October 31 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sesame Place will debut a brand-new parade at the park on Saturday, April 30, 2011. The exciting new parade, the “Neighborhood Street Party” parade, will feature three show-stopping performances that help kids learn about letters, numbers and friendship. With 11 larger-than-life floats, the parade is a neighborhood celebration filled with fun, friends and memories.
The “Neighborhood Street Party” parade will allow guests to experience an energetic neighborhood block party on iconic Sesame Street with all of their favorite friends, including: Elmo, Count Von Count, Bert & Ernie, Abby Cadabby, Zoe, Cookie Monster, Rosita, Big Bird and Telly. The parade will feature familiar contemporary tunes, as well as Sesame Street favorites that are sure to get everyone joining in the fun.
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New Parade for Sesame Place in 2011
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A teaser video was discovered to show off a new ride that will be coming to Sesame Place this year.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SitASXvOAZI&feature=player_embedded(1/6/11) Sesame Place has released a new teaser video showing off early details about a new ride the park has under construction for 2011. The park will also add a new parade called the Neighborhood Street Party.
New article posted about Sesame Place: