Organisers of Leeds West Indian Carnival are expecting thousands to flock to the city to take in the sights and sounds of the Caribbean at this year's annual parade.
Crowds of over 100,000 are anticipated at Europe's longest running authentically Caribbean carnival.
Wearing costumes inspired by everything from nature to current affairs, hundreds of revelers will take part in troupes alongside amazing King, Queen, Prince and Princess costumes as the spectacular parade leaves Potternewton Park in Leeds 7.
Arthur France, the man at the helm of the Carnival since he founded it in 1967 said,
Visitors from across the UK and overseas are expected for the biggest Caribbean Carnival outside London. Gary Verity, Welcome to Yorkshire Chief Executive said,
Organisers have spent the last year working with partners and agencies including West Yorkshire Police, St John's Ambulance, community organisations and Leeds City Council to make sure that participants and visitors enjoy the big day. Leader of Leeds City Council, Cllr Keith Wakefield commented,
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