In case you missed it: Watch America's Thanksgiving Parade 2012

Published On: Nov 22 2012 11:32:20 AM EST
Updated On: Nov 26 2012 05:20:32 PM EST

We know how busy Thanksgiving celebrations can be and a lot of people may not have the time to watch America's Thanksgiving Parade in its entirety. Don't worry - we have the entire broadcast for you!

Detroit's own "America's Thanksgiving Parade" is one of the oldest and most celebrated parades in the country and second in size only to the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade in New York City. This year it celebrated its 86th year on Woodward Avenue.

Parade goers lined the streets of Detroit early Thanksgiving morning in hopes of finding the perfect spot for viewing. WDIV-TV Local 4, the official television station of America’s Thanksgiving Parade, brought home the excitement and grand spectacle of balloons, bands, celebrities and floats in High-Definition like no one else can. 

You can relive the memories over and over again by clicking on the video clips below.

WATCH: America's Thanksgiving Parade 2012 Part 1

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