Mardi Gras 2015
Mardi Gras is the biggest celebration the city of New Orleans hosts every year. This magnificent, costumed, beaded and feathered party is laced with tradition and is all about having a good time!
Mardi Gras 2015 is on Tuesday, February 17, 2015. Carnival traditionally begins the 12th night after Christmas. And about two weeks before Mardi Gras, the parading begins! This year, parades begin Jan. 31, 2015. Every year Carnival parade organizations—known as "krewes"—are deep into preparations for their annual parades, costume balls and parties. Be sure to learn about Mardi Gras, learn the Mardi Gras lingo, and Mardi Gras History! Fat Tuesday itself typically features back-to-back processions by some of the largest and oldest Carnival organizations in the state. Remember flights and hotels fill up quickly so start planning your Mardi Gras celebrations now!
Mardi Gras 2015 - New Orleans Mardi Gras Parade Schedule
Here is the parade schedule for the day of Mardi Gras in New Orleans on February 17, 2015. View the entire Mardi Gras season parade schedule here.
The parades kick off Saturday, January 31, with the wild and fun Krewe Du Viuex, followed by the Krewe Delusion marching through Marigny and the French Quarter. The Krewe of Oshun starts things off Friday February 6, 2015. Krewe of Ancient Druids and Krewe of Nyx start the extended Mardi Gras weekend of parades on Wednesday, February 11. The much beloved Kewe of Muses rolls the following night, Thursday, February 12. Throw me some shoes! Saturday, February 13, the superkrewe Krewe of Endymion travels through Mid-City their brightly lit floats. Krewe of Bacchus rules the night on Sunday, February 15.
Mardi Gras Day Parade Schedules
Tuesday February 17, 2015
- Krewe of Zulu - Uptown, 8 am
- Krewe of Rex - Uptown, 10 am
- Krewe of Elks Orleans - Uptown, Follows Rex
- Krewe of Crescent City - Uptown, Follows Elks
- Krew of Grela - Gretna, 10 am
- Krewe of Argus - Metarie, 10 am
- Krewe of Elks Jefferson - Metarie, Follows Argus
- Krewe of Jefferson - Metarie, Follows Elk
Note: There are many more parades before Mardi Gras. To see a full schedule, visit MardiGrasNewOrleans.com