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February 16, 2021

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Mardi Gras Parade Schedule.com is compiling an informal list of Marching Clubs in the area. Please send all information pertaining to your group including: year founded, date of march, time of march, route, information, history, King, Queen, theme, contact name, email, website and anything you
feel may be helpful. (See bottom of page for more details) Thank You

Mardigrasparadeschedule.com is currently trying to compile a list of all Mardi Gras Related Marching Groups. Due to the nature of how the information is collected (via the Marching Groups themselves), Mardigrasparadeschedule.com will do its best to confirm any information sent to us but in no way takes responsibilty for any information that is provied to us that is incorrect.

January 6, 2020

Krewe de Jeanne D’Arc
Parade: Monday, Jan. 6, 2020 6:30pm
Route: French Quarter

February 8, 2020

"A Parade with A Purpose"

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Marigny/French Quarter 7:00 p.m.

Founded: 2010
Membership Size: 100+
Theme: Episode 10 (Secret Until Parade Day)

History: On January 30, 2010, just days before a historic mayoral election, krewedelusion, The Big Easy's newest satirical parade, will roll through the streets of the French Quarter. The new krewe was formed with the mission to save the Universe, beginning at its center, New Orleans. Its Captain, Oscar Diggs, announced that Harry Shearer will be appointed to lead the festivities, the city of New Orleans, and everything else from here on in. "Where most Krewes appoint royalty to govern the pomp and circumstance of parades and balls, and most of our democratically elected leaders limit their administrations to similar fundraising endeavors," said Krewe Captain Oscar Diggs, "krewedelusion intends to truly empower its leader to govern. Govern everything. Period. Case closed."

Keeping its annual theme a secret until the day of their parade, krewedelusion is the root organization from which a myriad of small upstart and existing parading clubs will blossom. "If you ever wanted to start your own satirical krewe, this is the year to do it and the club to do it with," said Captain Diggs. "We're just planting the seeds this year." One such blossoming organization is composed of those new New Orleanians who came to help with our recovery process, fell in love with our city and stayed. Dubbed, "The AlKreweists," these do-gooders will make their Carnival debut this year among many other fledgling groups such as the "Krewe of Bananas".

Known entities rolling with krewedelusion include the Noisician Coalition's Krewe of Joyful Noise, The 6t'9 Social Aid & Pleasure Club, Amigos de los Amigos, Krewe du Jieux, and The Pony Girls. Parade bands include the Dirty Dozen Brass Band who has not hit the streets of New Orleans as a group since the funeral of Tuba Fats.


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2010 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com

krewe of Mona Lisa and Moonpie
7:00 PM Slidell

Route: (map)


Mission – The Krewe of Mona Lisa and MoonPie supports the arts and Olde Towne Slidell. As such, all members are requested to design their costumes and “Floats” based on the krewe theme. No motorized vehicles allowed. This is a fun, family event. Last, let no fake MoonPies be thrown!

Membership – All members must fill out a membership form. Immediate family members can join at the family rate. This does not include in-laws or grandkids. Membership has two categories, krewe member or flambeaux carrier.

Costume – All members parade in costume. It can be simple or elaborate, your choice as long as you are able to be identified by your sub-krewe theme. We are family parade and costumes should reflect that fact. Please remember we are a walking parade and comfortable shoes and attire are a must. Prepare for weather conditions that change at the last minute. We parade at night, so bright colors or battery lights help your public to view you in your full glory.

MoonPies – Our krewe’s traditional throw is the mini-MoonPie. We ask each rider to have 3-5 cases of MoonPies to throw during our 1.2 mile parade. It’s not cool to run out. The MoonPies run about $24/case. They can be ordered on the membership form.

Floats – Each sub-krewe needs to have a float or other un-motorized device to transport their MoonPies. Most of our floats are decorated shopping carts, baby strollers, etc. A large shopping cart will carry approximately five boxes of MoonPies. We encourage you to produce the float yourself in your own style.

Minions –Every sub-krewe captain needs minions. Attached are membership forms. The form can be copied. Note that November 14 is when the 2010 prices expire! People can register after that date, but membership dues go up. If you have family and friends who don’t wish to partake of the parade, but would like to join you at the ball, a limited number of tickets are available. Order them early.

This is your night to shine by the light of the flambeaux! We are excited to have you and look forward to a wonderful 2011 parade. If you haven’t experienced the excitement that is a Mona Lisa and MoonPie parade, below is a link to a video of the 2009 parade. Enjoy!

If you have any questions, please feel free to call Suzie Hunt at 985-768-6294.

February 14, 2020

Krewe of Cork
French Quarter 3:00 p.m.

"We celebrate Wine! Food! Fun!" says King Patrick van Hoorebeek, speaking of the Krewe of Cork. Founded in 2000, the Krewe of Cork has grown into a world famous Mardi Gras and wine industry phenomenon. Krewe members gather on selected Fridays, usually the first Friday of each month, at restaurants throughout the area for T.G.I.C.D (Thank Goodness It's Cork Day). The Krewe of Cork is more than 400 members strong.  If you are not a permanent resident of New Orleans, please do not feel excluded. The Krewe has members that are locals, residents throughout the USA, and international travelers.

February 1, 2020

Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus
7:00 PM Faubourg Marginy

2017 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com
2016 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com
2016 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com photos by Nick Christopher
2016 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com photos by Harriet Cross
2015 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com
2014 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com

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The Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus is a Mardi Gras parade organization for the most revelrous of Star Wars Freaks, Trekkies, Whovians, Mega-Geeks, Gamers, Cosplayers, Circuit Benders, Cryptozooligists, UFO Conspiracy Theorists, Mad Scientists, and all the rest of Super Nerdom.

Our formula is simple… Bacchanalian Revelry + Sci Fi = BacchanALIENS.

We have a special place for Fantasy fandom within the Krewe under the auspicies of the Mystic Krewe of P.U.E.W.C. and a contingent devoted to Horror… the Krewe of the Living Dead.

Zulu throws coconuts, Muses throw shoes, the Krewe of Chewbacchus throws a whole range of incredible homemade goodies including: amazing furry bandoliers, stenciled towels (for intrepid galactic hitchhikers), wookiee panties, handmade TARDIS beanbags, DIY beads, decorated moon pies, and more!

The Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus puts together an amazing Carnival parade each year and rolls through the streets of New Orleans dispensing the blessings of Our Sacred Drunken Wookiee to the masses. Then we throw an amazing party… the CHEWBACCHANAL!

Chewbacchus marches with 400+ BacchanALIEN revelers in an amazing assortment of homemade Sci-Fi costumes. We roll with several of the best brass bands in the city and an incredible array of parade contraptions including a Mayan Temple on Wheels, a King Cake Flying Saucer (with an alien baby), a “Chariot of the Gods” Mobile Disco complete with glowing crystal skulls, flapping wings, rocket thrusters and spinning propellers, a XXX-Wing tricycle, the Bar2D2 mobile keg droid, a fleet of Snowspeeders, giant puppets and much much more.

Chewbacchus is the Future of Revelry. We are DIY, homemade, homegrown, totally sustainable, GREEN to the gills, and the 1st true OPEN SOURCE parade. Any and ALL Sci Fi costumes and themes are welcome and you can build and bring basically anything you want to roll in the parade. However ALL parade contraptions must be pushed, pedaled, pulled or powered by electric motors (or particle propulsion). We do not use internal combustion engines to power our parade contraptions. We utilize tricycles, shopping carts, robotic power chairs, rickshaws, golfcarts, etc.

2017 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com
2016 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com
2015 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com
2014 photographs on MardiGrasParadeSchedule.com

Krewe de Paws
"We've Gone To The Dogs"

6:00 PM Slidell


Route: (map)

The Krewe De Paws is based at Abigails in Olde Towne and will parade through
Olde Towne Slidell to help revitalize the once popular area.

The goal of The Krewe De Paws is three fold, Have a lot of fun, bring attention to
Historic Olde Towne Slidell, and to raise money for a number of worthwhile animal
assistance groups.

Join us for our first Krewe De Paws meeting on Tuesday,Nov 15th at 6:30 PM at.Picadilly on Gause Rd Also we need volunteers to man the drink booth at the Antique Fair in Olde Towne Oct 29 and 30 from 10 - 5pm, Let us know if you can help. We invite anyone interested in helping, marching or just wanting more information to attend, If you can volunteer some time, we can sure use you.This is a great time to find out what
we're all about and to meet a lot of other dog-minded people.

Last year we had about 150 participants and raised over $900 for several local
groups. We hope to surpass this next year. Our non-profit status is pending and
will be completed soon. This year we have memberships starting at $40 with net
proceeds to be donated to organizations committed to helping our canine children.
Applications can be downloaded from the website.

In The Krewe De Paws, any canine can be King or Queen for a day. Our court will
be selected by ballot and the King and Queen will be chosen from the court. Ballots
are available at our meetings, and at other locations to be listed on our website.
Gene Duvic and Danny Blackburn are currently working on several projects to
revitalize the business community in Olde Towne Slidell. To contact them, Email:
geneduvic@yahoo.com or call Abigails Of Slidell at 985 639 3340 or Danny
Blackburn at CCMdirector@yahoo.com 985 285 3599.


February 21, 2020

Divine Protectors of Endangered Pleasures or DIVA
"Give us a line and we will cross it!"

1:30 PM in the French Quarter

Founded: 2002

Membership Size: 100


History:  The Divine Protectors of Endangered Pleasures was established at an inaugural luncheon at Arnaud's Restaurant in 2002 with what was to become an annual Promenade on Bourbon and Royal Streets in divinely beaded costumes. The DIVAs (an all female group), their escorts (the Elvi) and their brass band (The Riverside Ramblers) provide a spirited and colorful show for all the citizens of their Protectorate. The focal point, or focal points, is the elaborately crafted beaded bustiers for which the DIVAs are known. The bustier, which must be hand- made, begged, borrowed or stolen, is a prerequisite for membership in the Divine Protectors. At the Divine Instigator's signal at 1:30 on each Friday before Mardi Gras, the Promenade begins. THe DIVAs proceed to march, dance, careen, stumble and tap dance their way through a parade route starting at Arnaud's on Bourbon, includes a stop at Pat O'Brien's patio bar, and returns to Arnaud's by way of Royal Street. They can also be seen prior to and after the Promenade on the Bourbon Street Balcony at Arnaud's restaurant.
See if you can catch one of the coveted DIVA beads from the balcony!
We are at risk of living in a world devoid of pleasure. But first, let us define and unanimously agree upon what pleasures are indeed in danger. Some of these pleasures include: a glass or three of wine or a gin martini, taking naps, long walks, extended conversations...The list could go on interminably. Anything that makes time pass, indolently, like a river, anything that heightens the experience of being wholly alive, and anything that makes living pleasurable and divine qualifies as an endangered pleasure that we must unite in order to save!

Taken from the DIVA Festive on www.divineprotectors.org

February 25, 2020
Mardi Gras Day

Irish Channel Corner Carnival Club
Start time: 6:30am
Established: 1918
Starts: Second and Annunciation

The Club will travel a slightly different route this year. The route is as follows:
a) Leave Hall at 7:45am
b) Washington to Prytania to Valence to Ferret to Napoleon(9am)
c) Napoleon to St.Charles to Jackson (11am)
d) Jackson to Poydras to Magazine
e) Bus from Magazine to Jackson (Make Bar Stops) to the Club

The Irish Channel Corner Club was organized May 1918 by a group of seven men on the corner of Third and Rousseau Streets.  With the help of the neighborhood the club became one the finest in the city until the year of 1932 when the club disbanded because of the Great Depression.  After World War II, On April 6, 1947, five men decided to reorganize the club, and again with the help of the neighborhood, the club was returned to an active status and marches every Carnival Day.

The Club currently parades on Mardi Gras Day through the Irish Channel, Uptown, and down St. Charles Avenue.  We also parade in the traditional Thoth Parade and again in the Irish Channel St. Patrick's Day Parade.


Jefferson City Buzzards
Start Time: 6:45am
Founded: 1890
The Jefferson City Buzzards group is the oldest marching club in New Orleans Mardi Gras. It was organized in 1890. The Buzzards, as the neighborhood folk refer to them, feature an all-male membership. Friendly with doubloons, long beads, and kisses, the revelers enjoy entertaining themselves by one of their well-known pranks: lying on their backs in the street and quivering their arms and legs in the air like dying cockroaches in front of traffic, hollering "cockroach." The Jefferson City Buzzards begin marching Mardi Gras morning around 6:45am at Exposition Blvd. and Laurel St. Uptown. The club walks down Laurel to Webster hanging a right to Tchoupitoulas down Tchoupitoulas to Arabella, then to Magazine, to St. Charles Avenue down to Canal St., preceding Rex. The route proceeds to Rampart St. then takes a u-turn to end at Magazine and Poydras streets. The Buzzards handout and toss emblem doubloons, collector's items.

Lyons Carnival Club
Start time: 7:00am
Established: 1946
Starts: Annunciation and Lyons

Pete Fountain's Half-Fast Walking Club
Start time: 7:45am
Founded: 1961
The Half-Fast Walking Club is led by Pete Fountain. Originally all on foot, in recent decades it has also featured one or two small floats. Fountain and other local jazz musicians play through much of the parade. The krewe's current route, basically unchanged since the mid-1970s, starts very early on Mardi Gras morning, at world famous Commander's Palace Restaurant on Washington Avenue in the Garden District. The krewe then proceeds downtown on St. Charles Avenue and after a brief interlude on Canal Street, enters the French Quarter at Bourbon Street winds around the Quarter and eventually ends up at the New Orleans Riverfront Hilton in the early afternoon.

Mondo Kayo Social & Marching Club
Starts: Third and Magazine

Societé de Saint Anne
Founded: 1969
Usually starts at Bud Rips in Bywater Piety and Burgundy at 10:00a.m.
The Society of Saint Anne is a New Orleans Mardi Gras marching krewe that parades each Mardi Gras Day. The Society was founded in 1969. Known for the very elaborate and beautiful costumes of its members, the core group gathers in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans each Mardi Gras morning, with the Storyville Stompers brass band providing the music. As they pass through the Faubourg Marigny and French Quarter, additional costumed marchers join the parade at various coffee-shops and bars along the route. The marches continue to Canal Street to watch the Rex Parade, then return into the French Quarter. Usually starts at Bud Rips in Bywater Piety and Burgundy at 10:00a.m.

"Where every member is a King"

10:15 A.M. in front of St. Louis Cathedral in the French Quarter

2013 Theme: TBA

Founded: 1998

Membership Size: 150


History:  The KOE (Originaly called Krewe of Elvis) is a the only true cyber based Marching Club that takes to the streets on Fat Tuesday in New Orleans.

Each year a theme is chosen and the members costume according to that theme. The Krewe also distributes Krewe related throws such as ducals and the ever popular polystone medallion beads.
The KOE meets in front of the St. Louis Cathedral each and every Fat Tuesday at 10:15 A.M. to begin their journey thoughout the French Quarter. You will be able to find them anywhere along Royal and Bourbon and the streets inbetween. You can also catch them around 11:00 A.M. at the Tropical Isle on the Corner on Bourbon.  This year (2010) the KOE will again be led by the NOPD cycle unit and very special guests THE TREME BRASS BAND, led by Benie Jones Sr.

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