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See festive photos from J'ouvert and the West Indian Day Parade 2015

The West Indian–American Day Carnival Association brings the best of Caribbean culture to the masses

Written by
Michael Karelis
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The West Indian–American Carnival Parade and pre-parade party J'ouvert are decades-old New York City traditions. They celebrate the best of Caribbean culture and provide ample fun and festivities for the third leg of a long Labor Day weekend. This year was no exception as scores of people filled Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, for the colorful dancers, authentic cultural cuisine and live music. Check out our photos from the festivities to relive the excitement and get inspired to try more of the best free things to do before summer ends on September 23.

RECOMMENDED: Full guide to the West Indian Day Parade

Photograph: Matt Marquez

Photograph: Matt Marquez

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