West Indies Day Carnival
West Indies Day Carnival, is popularly known as Labor day parade or West Indian Day festival. It is one of the most colorful events celebrate by West Indies indigenes in the Eastern coast of united state. Especially, in New York City.
West Indies, geographically, is the region in the Northern part of Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean sea. The region includes: body of sea, three major archipelagos [Lesser Antilles, Greater Antilles, Lucayans and island countries, like: Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, Suriname, Guyana, modern-day Belize, French Guiana etc.
West Indies Carnival is very popular in New York. During the festival, People in colorful dressings and Costumes of feathers, Crystals etc, marched along Crown Heights in Brooklyn. The festival celebrates: the history, cultures and traditions of Caribbean, like: Reggae, Calypsos, Parties, Dances, Foods, Parades, Exhibitions etc. It attracts Millions every year.
Date:- Monday, September 7th, 2020
Venue: Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY.
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This is a Thicket-free event. Kindly contact organizer for more information before visiting.