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TODAY ON NIRL: Captain Morgan invited Steve and I to party with them at Mardi Gras in New Orleans. We of course said YES, and searched for boobs. Also, swag ニューオーリンズ・マルディグラ(英: New Orleans Mardi Gras )はルイジアナ州 ニューオーリンズのマルディグラで、リオのカーニバルなどと並ぶ世界で最も有名な謝 The Mardi Gras that locals grew up with, enjoyed and love is occurring in every other part of New Orleans and the surrounding suburbs not in the French Quarter. The large,

Do you want the best costume at the party?! Their group's green and gold costumes feature hand-decorated conductor caps.TAP DAT — Established in , TAP DAT wears black and gold costumes and tap dances their way into Mardi Gras history every year.Every marching group in New Orleans is worth a second — and third — look.Get your camera ready when you see one coming up the street.Order "I Wanna Do That! m through the Marigny and Treme where they meet the Dead Beans.They are typically joined by thousands of "unofficial" paraders in their own bean suits.Ritmeaux Krewe — The name of the very first Latin dance marching group is a play on the Spanish word for rhythm ritmo with a Louisiana twist.Roux La La — Founded in , this group get its name from the roux a base for gumbo.Skeleton Krewe — This member macabre krewe was founded in Because Mardi Gras is and always has been a family event! There motto is "celestial bodies in motion" and there motif is "all things outer space.What's more, they are a "oo-ed combination of cosmos and space sass.The Streetcar Strutters — This group rolled down St.Charles Avenue for the first time in Order now.Who first said, "Laissez les bons temps rouler? There's a ton of history involved, and if you're heading down to New Orleans to celebrate, you owe it to yourself to read up on the history and customs surrounding it.After all, there's nothing New Orleanians love more than a good tradition.In , Mardi Gras falls on Tuesday, Feb.I know I'm going to surprise some of you when I say, Mardi Gras is largely a family event.While it has a reputation for being a weekend of debauchery, most of that's consolidated into the downtown area read: where the tourists are in the French Quarter.Uptown, on the other hand, is more residential, and there will be plenty of families with young children out to enjoy the festivities.While there are plenty of parties and debauchery Uptown, the Downtown area definitely has more of a "wild" vibe.You shouldn't avoid one or the other, it just comes down to your personal preference.Mardi Gras takes over the entire city.New Orleans essentially shuts down.Colleges halt classes, and many shops and restaurants close those that remain open typically serve a special Mardi Gras menu.A lot of people have the impression Mardi Gras celebrations are confined to Bourbon Street, but that's absolutely not true.You just don't really realize the scale of it until you're there.The celebrations themselves center on the parades, specifically the "krewes.Some of the most popular ones are Muses, Zulu , Bacchus, Endymion, Orpheus and, of course, Rex, the King of Mardi Gras.You'll want to check the map and schedule ahead of time and download the parade tracker app to make sure you know where to stand along the parade route.The krewes will throw beads and, well, "throws" off of the floats.Have fun and try to catch as many as you can — just be aware that some people get, ah, very competitive.At night, you're going to want to see some live music.While this is a must-do during any other weekend in New Orleans, it's especially important during Mardi Gras.Step away from the Hand Grenade on Bourbon Street and head to Frenchmen Street, Tipitina's, One Eyed Jacks, Gasa Gasa, you get the idea.If you're in town for Mardi Gras, you can expect the live performances to be downright legendary.Related: The first-timer's guide to New Orleans: Everything you need to eat, see and do.In case you haven't figured it out yet, you're going to be spending a lot of time on your feet during Mardi Gras.It's not the occasion to bring out your brand-new, white Air Force Ones or even worse, high heels.Wear sneakers or shoes you feel comfortable getting dirty and standing in all day and night , and get ready to Mardi Gras Mambo.You'll definitely want to bring a portable phone charger, as well.If you're doing Mardi Gras right, you're not going to be spending much time in your hotel and, more likely than not, you'll end up getting separated from your travel companions at one point, so it's important to be proactive and think ahead.It's also not a bad idea to stock up on snacks.If your experience is anything like mine, you'll go from spending hours without eating to eating everything in sight.Having snacks and water on is incredibly important.You might think you'll need to buy beads in advance, or pick them up as soon as you arrive in the Big Easy , but let us be the first ones to tell you Check out these gay krewes like Krewe of Armeinius, Krewe of Amon-Ra, Lords of Leather and more.Mardi Gras History and Traditions.Mardi Gras Indians.Discover a brief history of the unique and historically rooted culture of Mardi Gras Indians in New Orleans.Download Our Guidebook.Things to Do Eat Drink Stay Calendar Trip Planning Tools Insider's Blog LOVENOLA.Contact Us Site Map Privacy Policy Site Search Doing Business in New Orleans About Report Fraud Accessibility Options.Follow New Orleans.Cookie All Rights Reserved.


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