The 33rd edition of Carnaval, which annually celebrates the rich cultural diversity of San Francisco's local communities, took place this weekend, with tens of thousands of people shaking their hip to the rhythm of Salsa, Samba, Reggae, Tango, Merengue, Calypso, Cha-Cha-Cha, Cumbia, Mambo and even Hip-Hop at the Grand Parade on Sunday, May 29.

The parade, which staged off from Bryant and 24th streets, winded down Mission Street to 17th Street. The Giants' World Series trophy also showed up at the parade.

The family-friendly festival also featured variety of games and activities for children, ranging from face painting to dance lessons.

Check out below the photos of the 33rd San Francisco Carnaval.