Saturday, September 4, 2010

If you can make only one second line this year....THIS should be that parade.

Posted By on Sat, Sep 4, 2010 at 7:17 PM

BLACK MEN OF LABOR 17TH ANNUAL LABOR DAY PARADE

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2010 3-7pm

Black Men of Labor Parade. Starts later which means cooler temps. Short manageable downtown route; traditional brass band music, old school style parade; family-oriented fun. Well...there’s always some blunt smoking and getting wet but you can’t fight city hall so...

Note: The route is the same as last year, so we're presuming the stops are too.

PARADE ROUTE:

Start: Sweet Lorraine’s Jazz Club, 1931 St. Claude Ave. Up N. Rampart

Stop: Donna’s Bar and Grill, N. Rampart and St. Ann. (Now closed but the parade might still go by to pay its respects.) Back down N. Rampart. Left on Barracks.

Stop: Little People’s Place. Down Barracks to Treme St.. Right on Treme. Down Treme to Esplanade Avenue. Left on Esplanade. Down Esplanade to N. Robertson. Right on N. Robertson.

Stop: Candle Light Bar (Dumaine Gang). Out N. Robertson to Basin. Right on Basin to N. Claiborne Avenue. Right on Claiborne. Out Claiborne to St. Bernard Ave. Left on St. Bernard Avenue.

Stop: Seal's Class Act, St. Bernard Ave. and N. Miro. U-Turn, down St. Bernard.

Stop: Sunday S&P Club, St. Bernard and N. Robertson. Continue on St. Bernard.

Stop: The Perfect Fit, St. Bernard and Urquhart St. Continue on St. Bernard.

Stop: Popular Ladies S&P Club, corner of St. Bernard and Maris St. Continue on St. Bernard.

Stop: Sidney’s Saloon, corner of St. Bernard Ave. and St. Claude. Out St. Bernard to N. Rampart. Left on Rampart.

Disband: Sweet Lorraine’s

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