Map and Seating Chart
The parade begins at Brooklyn Avenue and Eastern Parkway and turns at Albany Avenue and Eastern Parkway. The children will then march in a procession to the fair area.Download PDF
About The Great Parade
Our sages stressed the significance of uniting as one people on Lag B’Omer. Whenever this holiday occurs on a Sunday, NCFJE invite Jewish people from around the country to star in the greatest Jewish parade of its kind — anywhere.
What makes The Great Parade truly, incomparably great?
The full-day celebration—parade and fair—is themed on Jewish unity and pride, leaving each participant uplifted and feeling proud of who they are. The Great Parade is based on the legacy of Mesibos Shabbos and Lag B’Omer parades held on Eastern Parkway since the 1940s.
As the Jewish population in America spreads out, let us celebrate the life and learning of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, Rabbi Akiva and the great Jewish men and women who brought new joy and unity to Am Yisroel!
Times and Location
When: Sunday, May 18, 2014 - Lag B'Omer 18 Iyar 5774
Seating begins 9:30am—Parade kicks off at 10:00am
Rides will be open from 12:30pm-6:00pm
Where: Eastern Parkway between Brooklyn and Albany Avenues
Brooklyn, New York, 11213