Every year, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade promises larger-than-life floats of widely beloved characters, an appearance by Santa Claus himself and, of course, an abundance of musical performances.

This year’s iteration of the longstanding holiday tradition features an extensive lineup of artists, including Cher, Brandy, Jon Batiste, Bell Biv DeVoe and Pentatonix. Find a full list of the 18 artists below:

Alex Smith: Smith is a rising country singer hailing from Louisiana, known for songs like “A Few Beers Ago” and “Rhythm of the Rain.”

Amanda Shaw: Also from Louisiana, Shaw is a fiddler, singer and songwriter fusing country and pop. Known as the Queen of Cajun Country, she has released six studio albums since 2001.

Ashley Park: Tony nominee Park has made a name for herself performing in “Mean Girls” on Broadway and acting alongside Lily Collins in “Emily in Paris,” on which her character’s song “Mon Soleil” became a hit in its own right.

Bell Biv DeVoe: The classic R&B group is a spin-off of New Edition. Made up of Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins and Ronnie DeVoe, the group is known for their song “Poison,” among other hits.

Brandy: Another R&B star, Brandy has been a fixture in the industry with hits like “I Wanna Be Down” and “The Boy is Mine,” featuring Monica. She released a holiday album, “Christmas With Brandy,” earlier this month.

Cher: The Goddess of Pop needs no introduction. She will be closing out the 97th parade as the final performer.

Chicago: The pop-rock group Chicago is still touring after 56 years, with classic songs under their belt including “Colour My World,” “If You Leave Me Now” and “Saturday in the Park.” This month, the band released the compilation holiday album “Chicago Greatest Christmas Hits.”

David Foster and Katharine McPhee: The husband and wife duo have made their mark on the music industry over the years, with Foster known for composing and producing classic pop hits and “American Idol” alum McPhee known for her powerhouse vocals. Foster produced McPhee’s new holiday album, “Christmas Songs.”

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors: Holcomb and his band are known for infusing Americana, Laurel Canyon folk and rock, releasing nine studio albums over the years.

Enhypen: The budding, seven-member K-pop boy band has released mini-albums including “Border: Day One” and “Dark Blood,” which charted on the Billboard 200.

En Vogue: The girl group was founded in 1989 and has released hit songs like “Hold On” and “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It).”

Jabari Banks: Banks is known for playing Will Smith in “Bel-Air,” the modern-day remake of “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.” He is also a musician and activist, and studied musical theater at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.

Jessie James Decker: Decker is a country pop singer; her album “Souther Girl City Lights” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart. She recently released her holiday EP “Decker the Halls.”

Jon Batiste: Batiste is a Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter who fuses jazz and R&B. Once the bandleader for “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” he has collaborated with many well-known artists and co-composed the score for Pixar’s “Soul.” He is also the subject of the 2023 documentary “American Symphony.”

Manuel Turizo: Colombian singer Turizo found success with the release of “Culpables” in 2018. He has since collaborated with artists like Marshmello and Shakira.

Miss America Grace Stanke: The Miss America winner wowed audiences at the competition with an electric violin performance of “Vivaldi’s Summer/Four Seasons–Storm.”

Paul Russell: A DJ, Russell’s viral song “Lil Boo Thang” has made waves online, interpolating “Best of My Love” by The Emotions.

Pentatonix: The Grammy-winning a cappella group is a fixture of the holiday season. They will soon kick off their 2023 North American Christmas Tour, The Most Wonderful Tour of the Year, following the release of their album “The Greatest Christmas Hits.”