Outdoor entertainment grew four percent from 2014 to a $7 billion industry and New York City looks to greatly contribute to that number.

The 2016 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will celebrate its 90th anniversary this year on the streets of NYC.

According to Business Wire, Krazy Glue will debut its first-ever float during the national celebration.

“Krazy Glue is an instant solution and the only super glue that allows consumers to create ‘krazy’ things,” said Victor Misawa, senior vice president of marketing, Writing and Creative Expression of Newell Brands. “Macy’s has been a fantastic partner in bringing the brand’s remarkable ability to glue things together to life with the Fun House float. We’re thrilled to debut our fun and ‘krazy’ float during the landmark 90th anniversary of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.”

Another new addition to this year’s parade will be “The Pride of West Virginia” slot in the parade lineup. The Metro News reports that the near 400 members of the West Virginia University’s Mountaineer Marching Band will be featured at the Thanksgiving celebration.

“They’re really happy with our band and it looks like that would like to start by making a big statement,” said Jay Drury, director of the “Pride” and associate director of the West Virginia University bands.

There is a chance that the Mountaineers will be the very first band represented in the 90th anniversary parade.

“It’s not set in stone yet, but it looks pretty good that we’ll be the first band in the parade,” Drury added. “Right off the bat.”

Roughly 10,000 people will be participating in the Thanksgiving Day Parade this year and there are nine other marching bands participating including the New York Police Department Marching Band.