July 9 -10, 2016: Baltimore/Washington One Caribbean Carnival.

The DC Caribbean Carnival will be combined with Baltimore’s celebration.

DC Caribbean Carnival is an annual Caribbean style parade and festival designed to encourage cross-cultural programs within the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area community in the expansion of Caribbean culture, and to educate

Organizers are expecting thousands of people for a Caribbean carnival in Baltimore.

The Baltimore Washington One Carnival is taking place Saturday and Sunday at Lake Clifton Park.

The event begins Saturday with a Caribbean-style parade with floats and people in costume. The organizers’ website says that the parade route stretches 1 ½ miles and that the parade is expected to last approximately five hours. The parade is scheduled to start at noon and end at 5 p.m.

The carnival will also include live music and entertainment and stalls of Caribbean food.

D.C Carnival Parade 6.25.2011

Pic From poshthesocialite.com

Pic From poshthesocialite.com

The DC Caribbean Carnival will be combined with Baltimore’s celebration.

On Saturday July 9, 2016, the Parade starts at Noon at 900 E 33rd Street, travels along Alameda Street to St. Lo Drive. The Festival continues at Lake Clifton Park until 10:00 pm; $10 entrance fee.

On Sunday July 10, 2016 the Festival continues from Noon to 9:00 pm featuring entertainment, food and crafts.

Admission: $15.00 per person.

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