West Indian Day Parade in New York City
Summer's just ended. Is it the reason to feel upset? No way!
First Monday of September is the time to celebrate - together with the brightest Carrebeans! Every year on Labor Day they share their sparkling joy and extraordinary identity with the Brooklyners and spectators from all over NYC and the USA.
On West Indian Day Parade the crowd flows along Eastern Parkway in what can be described as an amazing spectacle of music, costumes and food. Feathers, colors and the smell of curry goat compose the great vibes of this unforgettable carnival.
The event is free.
What: West Indian Day Parade
Where: Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York City
Start: Schenectady Avenue
End: Grand Army Plaza