Rain Doesn't Stop Dominican Day Parade | NBC New York

Rain Doesn't Stop Dominican Day Parade



    Revelers came out to celebrate the Dominican Day Parade in New York City, despite the rain.

    A small delay and a downpour of rain just wouldn't put a damper on Sunday's celebration of Dominican heritage.

    Brave New Yorkers huddled under umbrellas and lined Sixth Avenue for the 30th annual Dominican Day Parade.

    The parade kicked off at 2 p.m. and ran from 37th Street up to 52nd Street.

    Congressman Charles Rangel, state lawmakers and city, labor and political officials were in attendance.