28th Annual Bronx Dominican Day Parade

Parade participants sported some vibrant high-flying fashion at this year’s celebration.
Photo by Laura Stone

The Bronx’s Dominican pride was on full display at the always colorful Bronx Dominican Day Parade. Local elected officials and the community commemorated the Caribbean nation’s rich heritage and culture at the 28th annual Bronx Dominican Day Parade on Sunday, July 30 on the Grand Concourse. Families and friends waved Dominican flags, sang and danced while enjoying the celebration’s trademark parade march down the Concourse. (background) Members of Carnival de Santiago were ready to march down the Concourse in style.Photo by Laura Stone

Marching with Hearts to Hands in Need, Inc. members let their Dominican pride shine bright.
Photo by Laura Stone

(top insert) Parade participants sported some vibrant high-flying fashion at this year’s celebration.Photo by Laura Stone

Queen Jennifer Duran (c) and Reina Infantil Krismely Encarnacion were excited to march in this year’s cultural celebration.
Photo by Laura Stone

(insert middle) Queen Jennifer Duran (c) and Reina Infantil Krismely Encarnacion were excited to march in this year’s cultural celebration.Photo by Laura Stone

Members of Carnival de Santiago were ready to march down the Concourse in style.
Photo by Laura Stone

(insert below) Marching with Hearts to Hands in Need, Inc. members let their Dominican pride shine bright.Photo by Laura Stone

Juramento Trinitario certificates were presented at the parade.
Photo by Laura Stone

Everyone was eager to cut the ribbon to begin this year’s cultural celebration.
Photo by Laura Stone

The Bronx Dominican Day Parade’s Royal Court traveled down the Concourse on a float.
Photo by Laura Stone

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