Monday, June 23, 2008


The Annual International Cultures Parade is the only Parade in New York City that showcases the multicultural heritage of over 100 communities: giant floats, folkloric dances and music, performers in native costumes, marching bands and contingents, and international pavilions. Last Saturday, thousands of performers participated in this annual salute to the multicultural nature of U.S.A. Unlike many parades, this is "A Trip around the World in One Day." Each cultural group performed along the Parade's route to the delight of the spectators. I took some photos of participants from the Vietnamese and Albanian American communities.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This event is great!!! I was walking with my family and had the privilege of seeing it with my own eyes. The colorful arrangements throughout every cultural contingent was marvelous. We have so many great pictures.