The Krewe du Vieux parody parade skewers political figures and pop-culture and is often NSFW (Not Safe For Work).
Established in 2018, the Krewe of Nefertiti is an all-female social aid and pleasure organization cultivating the community through volunteer service and fundraising.
The 700-members of Krewe Boheme, led by the Green Absinthe Fairy and composed of several inner krewe marching clubs, stage their second annual parade through the Bywater, Marigny and the French Quarter with the theme “The Soaring Twenties”
Of course, we’re all about that fun. But to ensure it’s fun for everyone, we think it’s important to bring something serious up before we’re in the middle of the party.
The collection boasts gowns and costumes from 1941 to 1968.
IT’S CARNIVAL, Y’ALL! Parades! Every! Weekend! It’s time to put on your good (and comfy) shoes because the marathon is beginning Friday. To get you prepped for the parading, we have the deets.
Floats are cool, but as a wise man once said, “It’s the stuff between the floats that makes Mardi Gras special.”
Raaaawr! That’s Wookiee speak (aka Shyriiwook) for “All hail the drunken Wookiee!”
The Krewe of Chad was 552 hours early – 138 times ahead of when a spot could be “reserved.”
There are a few things you should know so you don’t come off as overly rude.