Sights and sounds of Caribbean culture come to Rochester

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- The sights and sounds of the Caribbean are on full display in Rochester Saturday.

A costume parade kicked off the annual "Carifest" downtown.

Happening at Martin Luther King Park on Court Street, attendees can enjoy the music, food and colorful costumes of the West Indies.

Organizers say its the largest Caribbean-heritage festival in Upstate New York. 

Tickets are $30 with live entertainment all day. 

Carifest runs until 10 p.m. Saturday.

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