The African-American Parade is a huge, colourful and noisy affair. Crowds pack out the wide boulevards of Harlem, one of New York's busiest African-American areas, as floats move along the streets pumping out a variety of music from soca to reggae, ragga and soul.
The route follows 111th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, proceeding to 142nd Street, then right to Fifth Avenue. With dazzling costumes, funky grooves and great dancers, this is an amazing street party.
Check it out today at 2pm.