Mardi Gras will take over Louisiana on Tuesday, February 28th. It will be a day filled with floats, cold beer, good food, lots of beads and pancakes. Wait, pancakes? Well, you'll be eating pancakes if you're celebrating Shrove Tuesday.
Fat Tuesday was cancelled during World War 2, World War 1 and even the Civil War. All of those, completely understandable reasons. But, in 1979 Mardi Gras was cancelled in New Orleans for a very different reason, and people were not happy.
The Krewe de Bayou Voodoo Masquerade Mardi Gras Ball is this Friday night! This year's table - decorating contest also has a voodoo theme, and the winner will be the person with the most original and creepy looking table!
By now, you've had the chance to get to know "Queen Marie Laveau I" Jenny Krueger. Now, it's time for you to get to know "King Samedi I", Dwight Prudhomme, Vice President of Republic National Distributing Company.
This year's Krewe de Bayou Mardi Gras Ball features a Voodoo masquerade theme, giving you the chance to wear fun - and frightening - costumes that you wouldn't be able to wear to any other Mardi Gras ball!
The Inaugural Krewe de Bayou Mardi Gras Ball is heading to the Downtown Ballroom January 19th, 2012! You’re not in a Krewe? You don’t have to be! You are in a Krewe? You can come to our Ball too! ANYONE can join us for our Inaugural Krewe de Bayou Mardi Gras Ball!