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Same day parade coverage, almost as good as being here!
MardiGras Music to listen to while you view the pics.
This Years Schedule courtesy of The Advocate
Check Parade routes courtesy of EBR City Parish February 17 Krewe of Eden Park -- Noon. Parade begins at corner of Winbourne Avenue and North Acadian Thruway. Co-sponsored by BREC and the Gus Young Non-Violence Committee. Registration continues through Friday, Feb. 9 ($20.00); After Feb. 9, there will be a $5 late fee. Contact: Mary Weatherspoon (225-273-6400, ext. 541). Krewe Mystique Parade-- 2 p.m. Begins at Spanish Town Road and Third Street, heading south on Third to Florida, east on Florida to Ninth, south on Ninth to Convention, west on Convention to Lafayette, north on Lafayette to Spanish Town Road. 225-755-7946. Krewe of Orion Parade -- 6 p.m. Begins at Capitol Lake Drive to Third St., continues south on Third to Florida, east on Florida to Ninth, south on Ninth to Convention, west on Convention to River Road, south on River Road to St. Phillip St., where it disbands near I-10. Friday, Feb. 18 Krewe of Mutts Friday, Feb. 23 Krewe of Southdowns Parade -- 7 p.m. Begins at Lee High School, proceeds through Southdowns neighborhood, and ends at the Acadian/Perkins Plaza Shopping Center. Theme is "Ancient Empires." Seventeen floats, bagpipes, brass band. Grand marshal is Martin Schreiber, King is Mel Duhon, Queen is Kate McLean. Saturday, Feb. 24 Spanish Town Mardi Gras Parade -- noon. Theme is "2001: A Spaced Out Oddity." King is Fred Raiford. Queen is Stephanie Phares. Grand Marshal is Doc L'Herisson. Parade begins at Spanish Town Road in front of the Capitol, heading east to Ninth Street, south to North Street, west to Fourth Street, south to North Boulevard, west to Lafayette Street and on North back to Spanish Town Road where it concludes.Take a look at last years parades
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