Photos from Yesterday’s Amazing West Indian American Day Parade

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The day long party we know as West Indian American Day Parade returned for its 50th outing in the city. Crown Heights became a sea of vibrant color and sounds. Here are some images and videos from the celebration.

Brooklyn on Monday saw the welcome return of the annual West Indian American Day Parade. Organizers expected over 1.5 million people to attend the event, and judging by the photos below, they weren’t too far off.

The festivities began at 11 am along Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, even Governor Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio, and Senator Schumer stopped by to see the show.

Thankfully the weather held up for the revelers and kept the rain off of the craft and food vendors that were offering delicious eats from all over the West Indies. As trucks and floats provided the music, the crowd sang and danced their way down Eastern Parkway on their way to Grand Army Plaza. This

As trucks and floats provided the music, the crowd sang and danced their way down Eastern Parkway on their way to Grand Army Plaza. Without further ado, check out some images and videos from the event:

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