"This is an achievement year for the Parade, and our re-visitation of Fifth Avenue is one more sign that NYC and the Puerto Rican people
group serious areas of strength for are, and as energetic as could be expected," National Puerto Rican Day Parade Board Chair Louis Maldonado said.
"The NPRDP Board of Directors welcomes all Boricuas in the New York City region, Puerto Rico and across the patria extendida (diaspora)
to go along with us on June 12 to shout ¡WEPA! what's more, sing 'Qué bonita bandera,' similarly as we have throughout the previous 64 years."
The current year's motorcade will be committed to the district of Cidra, Puerto Rico, which is additionally alluded to as the Town of Eternal Spring,
or el Pueblo de la Eterna Primavera. In the mean time, the Philadelphia metro region was picked as the current year's Honored Stateside Community given that it is home to in excess of 250,000 Puerto Ricans
residing across Philadelphia, Berks and Lancaster districts in Pennsylvania, as well as Camden, Atlantic and Cumberland areas in New Jersey and Wilmington, Delaware.