Family Travel, Holidays

Mardi Gras 2020: Parade Routes & Safety Tips

Top Kid-Fun Parades

Some are day parades, some night, but all are fun for the whole family!

French Quarter:
Krewe of Barkus, Feb. 16, 2 pm

Krewe of King Arthur, Feb. 16, follows The Mystic Krewe of Femme Fatale at 11 am
Krewe of Muses, Feb. 20, 6:30 pm
Krewe of Thoth, Feb. 23, Noon
Krewe of Rex, Feb. 25, 10 am

Krewe of Excalibur, Feb. 14, 6:30 pm
Krewe of Athena, Feb. 23, 5:30 pm
Krewe of Elks Jeffersons, Feb. 25, follows Krewe of Argus at 10 am

Krewe of Endymion, Feb. 22, 6:30 pm

Krewe of Eve, Feb. 14, 7pm
Krewe of Tchefuncte, Feb. 15, 1 pm
Krewe of Olympia, Feb. 15, 6 pm
Krewe of Dionysus, Feb. 16, 1 pm
Krewe of Push Mow, Feb. 16, 2 pm
Krewe of Selene, Feb. 21, 6:30 pm

Top Safety Tips

Mardi Gras safety, with kids in tow, is an essential part of parade day planning. We’ve got tips to make it work.

Sponsored by: Stuart Hall

Tim Meyer is the Managing Editor of Nola Family Magazine.

Looking to parade as a family? Click here for the top kid-fun parades. PLUS, check out these marching crews you’ve never heard of! Also, we’ve done the hard work for you – Mardi Gras Camps your kiddos will want to attend!

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