That's good news for the owner of Rocky's Pizza. He says last year's unexpected snowstorm hit them hard.
"Last year we got snowed out, so we really, really, really need it this year because we're trying to makeup from last year," says Vinnie Schianodicola, owner of Rocky's Pizza.
Saturday's parade will mark the 87th for the Alsatia Club. It's a tradition that dates back to the first world war. Last year's cancellation was the first in the parade's history.
"That was a really hard decision for those that made it, but it was the safe one to do," explains Karen Luther, the club secretary.
Luther says through the years the parade has gained some notoriety.
"Someone at work gave me a Trivial Pursuit card that had a question about the parade. What state has the parade?"
For locals it's a major highlight.
"Mummers' parade is one of our biggest days of the year, and we wait all year around for this," says Schianodicola.
The parade starts at 6 p.m and it runs all along Potomac Street from St. Maria Goretti High School to Wilson Boulevard.