King’s Day Parade. 5PM. Mandeville Lakefront. Event features the Mandeville Milkshakers. Celebration afterwards at the Mandeville Trailhead.
St. John’s Fools of Misrule. 6PM. A Twelfth Night Marching Club they march in the streets of downtown Covington beginning at the Columbia Street Tap Room. For a full map of the parade route please visit the event page.
Krewe of Bilge. Noon. Slidell. Parade of boats on the water in Eden Isles Subdivision. For full map and instructions on where to stand visit the event page. This year’s theme is “Fun Vacations”
Krewe of Poseidon. 6PM. The parade is scheduled to have 30 floats and 750+ riders. This year’s theme is “Louisiana Saturday Night.” Traditional Slidell route. To see a map, please see the event page.
Krewe of Slidellians. 1PM. Traditional Slidell route. To see the route or get more information on Slidellians, please see the event page.
Krewe of Perseus. Following Slidellians. Traditional Slidell route. For more information on the organization or to see the route, click the event page.
Krewe of Pearl River. 1PM. Parade starts at Pearl River High School. For more info, images, or a map of the parade route, please visit the event page.
Krewe of Omega. 6:30PM. Hammond. Learn more about the parade and see the route map here.
Krewe of Eve. 7PM. Mandeville. Parade begins in the Kmart parking lot. Signature Throw: Apple medallion bead. For full route and more information please visit the event page.
Krewe de Paws. 10AM. Olde Towne Slidell. Marching parade for dogs. Learn more about the parade on the event page.
Krewe of Tchefuncte. 1PM. All boat parade. Madisonville Riverfront. This year’s theme is “Travels Back in Time.” Learn more about the history of the parade on the event page.
Krewe of Olympia. 6PM. Covington. For more information on the parade and map of the route, please see the event page.
Mystic Krewe of Titans. 6:30PM. Traditional Slidell route. See the map and learn more about the parade on the event page.
Krewe of Dionysus. 1PM. Slidell. Traditional Slidell route. This year’s theme is “Bars of Yore and Lore.” To see a map of the route, please visit the event page.
Krewe of Push Mow. 2PM. Town of Abita Springs. For more route info and a video of previous years’ celebration, please see the event page.
Krewe of Selene. 6:30. Slidell. Traditional Slidell route. For route map and more information about the Krewe, please see the event page.
Krewe of Bush. 9AM. Check out their website to see the parade route.
Krewe of MCCA. 1PM. Bogalusa. The largest parade outside the New Orleans Metro area. This year’s theme is “cheers to 40 years.”
February 25th (Mardi Gras Day 2020)
Krewe of Lions. 10AM Covington. Traditional Covington route (same as Olympia).
Krewe of Covington. Follows Lions. Covington.
Krewe of Chahta-Ima. 1PM. Lacombe. Begins at the Morocco Room and finishes at the Lacombe Nursing Home.
Village of Folsom Parade. 2PM. Begins and ends at Magnolia Park.
Krewe du Pooch. 10AM. Mandeville Lakefront.
Mardi Paws. 12:30PM. Downtown Covington. Parade for dogs.
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