Ten years ago, on March 23, 1998, the destruction of the space station Galatea occured, the event that many believe led to the eruption of the first novas. Around the world, people are preparing for massive celebrations of the event, but not without some concern about the possibility of nova-baseline violence.
In New York City, a lavish N-Day celebration is planned, including a parade down Fifth Avenue. Randel "The Fireman" Portman has been selected as the parade's Grand Marshall. Invited guests include the members of Team Tomorrow North America, NY city defender the Gothic Knight, actor Matt "Spider-Man" Keefer, novox artists Les Mulligan and Nightingale, and nova supermodel and actress Raphaela Moore.
The anti-nova Church of Michael Archangel has already stated its intention to stage a protest of "the idolatrous worship of these false gods," according to NYC Pastor Milo Arboghast, and the NYPD has placed additional personnel on duty in case of any trouble.
Following the parade will be a fireworks display and light show over Liberty Island, a Central Park concert to benefit reconstruction efforts in New Jersey, and an XWF "N-Day Smackdown" exhibition match at Madison Square Garden, featuring Duke "Core" Baron and Rob "Superbeast" Steele.
Other confirmed celebrations and appearances include Mexico City's, which will feature a nova-created fireworks show, a parade of masks, appearances by Anibal Buendia and novox superstar Alejandra. Tokyo's celebration will be lead by the Nippontai and T2M/Europe will be making appearances at several celebrations across the Continent.
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