BALTIMORE — Capture the sounds, sights, and tastes of the Caribbean at the 34th annual Baltimore Caribbean Carnival parade and festival on Saturday, July 11 and Sunday, July 12, 2015.
Officially known as the Baltimore Washington One Carnival, this annual event draws thousands of spectators and participants from the Baltimore/Washington DC area and beyond.
Beginning with a Caribbean-style parade, the festivities continue with a family, fun-filled, Caribbean festival showcasing live music and entertainment, a delicious sampling of authentic Caribbean food stalls and so much more…all enclosed within Baltimore’s Clifton Park.
Saturday’s 1 ½-mile parade features a stream of floats, eye-catching costumes, and the hip-swaying sounds of soca music.
Parade Date & Time: Saturday, July 11, 2015; 12 Noon – 5:00 PM Parade Start: 900 E 33rd Street, Baltimore MD 21218 Parade End: Clifton Park, Baltimore Md. 21213
Beginning at the 900 block of 33rd Street in Baltimore, Maryland, the parade proceeds east on 33rd Street, then turns right on The Alameda and continues south across Harford Road to enter Clifton Park via St. Lo Drive.
The parade is expected to last approximately five hours with the last participating band crossing the Harford and St. Lo Drive intersection by 5:00 pm.
Following the parade, a festival continues at Lake Clifton Park until 10:00 pm.