The Leeds West Indian Carnival has become eagerly awaited event on the city's summer entertainment calendar for more than 50 years. And these photos from down the years showcase the colour and vibrancy of the occasion which now attracts more than 100,000 people. Can you spot yourself from back in the day? READ MORE:This is why the 2018 Leeds West Indian Carnival was delayed
The first ever Leeds West Indian Carnival queen Vicky Cielto.
Led by their Carnival Queen, Movva Pinnock, 19, from Huddersfield, the parade procession makes its way down Chapeltown Road.
The Leeds West Indian Carnival in full flow.
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Dancing in the streets of Chapeltown.
Carnival Princess winner Felicia James, 12, in a costume called Princess of Siam, designed by Gloria Fredrick.
Carnival Prince winner Oracio Morton, 11, in a costume called King of the Palace designed by members of the Palace Youth Project in Chapeltown.
Lia Liburd, 10, as a Angel Trumpet Flower.
People dance to music at Potternewton Park.
Alisia France, three, pictured wearing her costume named Hot Like Fire.
Deonne Facey puts lip gloss on Rashaun Bedeau, nine, in Potternewton Park.
The crowds at Potternewton Park.
Davina Williams gets into the party atmosphere at the event.
Junior Isles pictured at the carnival which in 2007 was celebrating 40 years.
Pink was the colour for this fab costume,
Star Wilkes in an incredible costume.
A familiar face. One of the carnival founders Arthur France, now an MBE.
Did you line the streets in 2008?
Dancers in full flow.
Carnival revellers twerk for the camera.
Carnival dancers make their way along Roundhay Road.
Carnival dancers strike a pose for our snapper.
Ten-year-old Vasana Williams from Harehills.
Sherise Findlay James pictured at the Carnival.
Carnival Queen Ann Williams.
Samantha Hudson, the 45th Leeds West Indian Carnival Queen, in her 'Diamond Jubilee' costume.