Baltimore celebrates the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., with the 20th annual MLK Day Parade.
More than 70 Marching bands, dance squads, civic organizations, fraternities, sororities, honor/color guards and horses are among those participating in the parade, according to the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts.
The MLK Day 2020 Parade starts at noon today Monday, Jan. 20th on MLK and in Midtown Eutaw Baltimore.
These streets will be closed from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday Jan. 20th , according to the Maryland Department of Transportation:
West Franklin Street from Greene Street to Fremont Avenue (US 40 west ramp will be accessible)
Eutaw Street from Dolphin Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Preston Street from Madison Avenue to Howard Street
Madison Avenue from Martin Luther King Boulevard Jr. to Dolphin Street
Baltimore Street from Martin Luther King Boulevard Jr. to Poppleton Street
Fremont Avenue from West Baltimore Street to West Fayette Street
Southbound Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard from Eutaw Street to Lombard Street
The northbound left lane of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard from Lombard Street to Eutaw
Pennsylvania Avenue from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Preston Street
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