As a Hip-Hopper with Caribbean linage, Labor Day weekend in NYC marks more than the end of Summer, it represents for West Indians, The Labor Day Carnival. With over a million in attendance each year, it is the biggest parade in NYC. Full of fashions, food and fun, the days festivities will keep you engaged with the Caribbean culture.
When the parade is over, the after parties and concerts are just as important as the parade. For the thousands that are looking for Soca, Dancehall and Reggae vibes, Movado will bring his classic sounds to Stage 48 in Times Square NYC. Hosted by Island funny man Majah Hype and performances by Kerwin Dubois, Alan Cave, Barbee, Lyrikal and many other island stars, this is your fix to party before the party. For more info and details, visit