The Kilgore College Rangerettes will perform alongside pop superstar Mariah Carey Thursday, Nov. 24, in the finale of the 96th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
The Rangerettes will be marching in the parade this year in their traditional red, white and blue uniforms, and will be in special costumes for their performance with Mariah Carey.
Set to begin at 9 a.m. EST (8 a.m. CST), the parade will air nationally on NBC from New York, NY.
Also, a group of the Rangerettes Forever will help to open the parade in maroon cheer uniforms.
For more information on the Rangerettes, visit www.rangerette.com.
About the Rangerettes:
The Rangerettes were the first of their kind when they began in 1940 as a vision of the late Gussie Nell Davis.
The organization created a unique combination of dance moves and precision drills that quickly earned them the reputation not only as the originators of dance/drill teams, but also as the best in the world.
Known for their high kicks and the jump splits, the organization has traveled around the world, entertained millions and spurred a multi-billion-dollar dance/drill team industry worldwide.
The Rangerettes are under the direction of Dana Blair, director; Shelley Wayne, assistant director; and Angela Aulds, assistant choreographer and dance technician.