Celebrating its 90th installment, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 2016 will be viewed by millions of people in TV before their thanksgiving feasts. But what is it really like watching those floats, bands, and performers live?

It will surely be memorable experience not only for the kids but for the adults as well. Macy's Thanksgiving Parade 2016 lineup includes performers like Tony Bennett, Sarah McLachlan, Regina Spektor, and De La Soul who will be performing on the 26 colorful floats. The parade will also include Santa Claus, 16 marching bands, 1,100 dancers, and 1,000 clowns, according to Long Island Press.

The floats will illustrate famous animation characters like Spongebob, Hello Kitty, Pikachu, and some classics like Charlie Brown and Pillsburry Doughboy, according to NBC.

The live broadcast will be airing at 9 through noon. But for those who wanted to enjoy it live, here is the Macy's Parade 2016 route that you can follow as guide.

Watch the start at 77th street and Central Park West. Arrive early and save a spot on the east side of Central Park West. Central Park has an invite-only grandstand seating which will be closed for the public, according to Timeout. Since the parade will be starting at this point, you have the chance to witness the whole thing.

Watch the floats at the Columbus Circle. Have an enjoyable time with your family by watching a giant Spongebob floating in the air. Snag a spot on the second or third floor of the mall and enjoy a circular view of the parade. The shops in the circle are open in Thanksgiving at nine, which makes for a perfect eat-out event. 

You can also line up in these following streets: 59th to 75th, 59th to 38th, and 6th avenue. The parade will go along these streets and it is important to snag a spot early if you don't want to have peoples' backs as views. Bring snacks, hold your spot, and never leave unless you want it to be taken by late comers.