47th ANNUAL DAY PARADE

The Labor Day Parade (or West Indian Carnival) is an annual celebration held on American Labor Day in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York.

Eastern Parkway was in a festive mood this Labor Day as huge crowds gathered to show off their caribbean pride.

The main event is the West Indian Day Parade, which attracts between one and three million participants.The spectators and participators watch and follow the parade on its route along Eastern Parkway. Some of the Caribbean islands represented in the parade include Trinidad and Tobago, Haiti, Barbados, Dominica, Saint Lucia, Jamaica, Saint Vincent and Grenada. Also represented are South American countries such as Guyana and Suriname and Central American country known as Belize.

 

Revelers brought an explosion of color to the streets of Brooklyn

colorful floats, extravagant costumes

Dancers perform for spectators! Dancers put on a show!

Caribbean Pride Dancers are showing off their moves

Parade-goers worked it on the streets of Brooklyn

Caribbean Pride Dancers

The West Indian Day Parade is for people of all ages.

Caribbean Pride Dancers

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