The traditional Mexican Day Parade started two decades ago and it has become one of the most popular parades in the big apple. Thousands of attendees reunite to remember and honor their culture while admiring decorated floats, listen traditional music, and watch the more than hundreds dancers in traditional suits.
The parade takes place on the third Sunday of September on Madison Avenue in New York City .
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New York, August 31, 2014 — For its 30th consecutive year, Brazilians in New York celebrated its independence day in Manhattan with tremendous success. It is one of the largest street festivals outside Brazil and one of the biggest in the city. Here are some pictures. Continue reading
New York celebrates India’s Independence from the British Empire with one of the most colorful parades in the city. It is the biggest parade outside India since 1981 and it represent the progress and unity of the Indian-America community in New York. Here is short clip of this cultural celebration marching down in Madison Avenue.