Mardi Gras 2016 will begin as usual on King's Day, January 6 with the traditional Krewe's of
Phunny Phorty Phellows on the streetcars in Uptown and the Krewe of Joan of Arc in the French Quarter.
Contrary to common thought, there is much more to Mardi Gras than the 3 B's (beer, beads and the showing of a certain part of a female's body). It can and is family fun if you know where to go or more importantly where to stay away from.
|This little guy got into the festivities very quickly. Slidell, LA where the Mardi Gras parades are family fun.|
Rule #1 - be alert those beads can sting if they hit you. Slidell, LA Mardi Gras
|Mardi Gras, Slidell, LA - interactive parades are family oriented.|
In the weeks between Jan. 6 and Mardi Gras Day many family parades roll not only in New Orleans, but in the suburbs such as Slidell and Metairie where you can experience the season like the locals do.
To help you plan your visit, here is the parade schedule for Mardi Gras 2016.
Tim and I will be happy to give you the inside track have a fun filled experience. see our website: woodridgebb.com and book your fun filled parade experience.
B&B's are a better way to stay, so while visiting Southeastern Louisiana, stay at Woodridge Bed and Breakfast - play hard, sleep well! Debbi & Tim Keepers of the Inn and Concierge to your perfect getaway!