The information was announced by the Ministry of Education in a report, which also stressed that parades on both routes should begin at eight in the morning, immediately after the ceremonial events.
The parade on 50th Street will start at the Bladex Bank and continue until reaching Credicorp Bank.
While the route of delegations in the Old Town area will begin at Simon Bolivar Park, have its grandstand moment as it passes in front of the Presidency of the Republic, and end on 28th East Street.
The two days in commemoration of the separation of Panama from Colombia and in honor of the national flag will include the participation of 65 delegations, among public and private schools, more than 10 universities, both state and private, 12 independent bands and around 45 government institutions.
Security forces, including the National Police, the National Civil Protection System (Sinaproc), the Red Cross and firefighters are coordinating the program to dispatch security along the two designated routes, to maintain normality during the festivities.
Both routes will have presidential boxes for the President of the Republic, accompanied by the First Lady and other senior government officials, to watch the parades.
This year the country celebrates 109 years of separation from Colombia and 191 years since the first declaration of independence and subsequent emancipation from Spain.