Rebel Diaz, SubVerso, Invincible, Motor City Rockerz, DPress and more gathered at Clark Park to an audience of about 100 spectators to perform a free live concert in solidarity with the youth from the Southwest Detroit Freedom School.
This year's Cinco de Mayo Parade was filled with youth, families, instruments, horses, fashion, and rides! This year the parade again traveled its traditional route from Patton Park to Clark Park. Lasting for just over an hour it pleased visitors with a diverse arrangement of floats and performances. Marching bands filled the streets with familiar sounds. Horses pranced by. Candy flew from cars and floats. And young people from the community sported everything from signs with messages to the latest fashions from local shops.
What was YOUR experience? Leave a comment below to let us know. What did you see, hear, taste, touch, and/or smell out in the neighborhood this weekend for the Cinco de Mayo festivities?