Come enjoy Mardi Gras on the bayou Feb. 7 – 17 in the towns of Thibodaux, Chackbay, Gheens, Lockport, Larose, Galliano and Golden Meadow. Discover fun for the whole family. Real Cajun ... Real close.
Home to the most famous celebration of Mardi Gras in the U.S., New Orleans attracts more than 1 million people to its streets with intricate floats, beads, parades and revelry
With more than a dozen parades full of colorful floats, marching bands and throws, you’ll find that Houma's Mardi Gras is a true Cajun celebration showcasing local hospitality and economical, family-friendly events.
In the heart of Louisiana, discover fun for the whole family this Mardi Gras season. Experience the brand new Light the Night parade in Pineville and excite your taste buds during the Taste of Mardi Gras.
Minden celebrates its German heritage with the Fasching Karneval and Parade—Fasching being the German version of Mardi Gras. This festival features German food, live music, three beer gardens and a parade at dusk.
This family-focused event is designed to promote Cajun music, featuring diatonic nine and 10-button accordions and judges from the Cajun music industry. A parade, food and bands follow this event.
Savor the difference in Iberia Parish with unique Mardi Gras events such as Grand Marais in Jeanerette. Featuring an elaborate revelry, Grand Marais celebrates everything that makes Carnival so memorable.
Discover colorful floats, beads, masks and fun for the whole family with the Krewe of Janus Children’s Parade, the Krewe of PAWS Parade along Antique Alley and the Krewe of Janus Mardi Gras Parade in the evening.
St. Landry Parish continues Courir de Mardi Gras, a century-old tradition in the rural areas of Eunice. Join the all-ages chicken run or visit nearby Opelousas for its Lundi Gras party on Monday and parade on Tuesday.
The oldest city in Louisiana celebrates the biggest party in Louisiana. Come join the fun with the Krewe of Wag-Uns Parade for pets and children and the Krewe of Dionysos parade on Saturday, Feb. 14.