Friday, March 18, 2011

St. Joseph Night with Mardi Gras Indians & two second-line parades this weekend

Posted By on Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 1:51 PM


Saturday night (no time posted yet) - Downtown Indians St. Joseph's parade begins at the intersection of Broad Street and Esplanade Avenue. Uptown Indians ceremonial march info here

Sunday 2 parades Uptown - Single Men and The Indians

(see routes for Sunday's parades after the jump!)

SINGLE MEN SOCIAL AID &PLEASURE CLUB ANNUAL PARADE SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 2011 1-5pm

“Motto: “Building something new on an old Foundation”


Start: Other Place Lounge: Foucher St. and S. Saratoga St. Out Foucher to Dryades. Left on Dryades to Sixth St.


Stop: Danna's House (Pick up Queen & Court). Continue out Dryades St. to Washington Ave. Left on Washington to LaSalle St. Right on LaSalle St. to Second St.


Stop: Single Ladies SA&PC. Continue out LaSalle St. to Jackson Ave. Right on Jackson to Danneel St.


Stop: Sportsman Ladies SA&PC. Continue out Jackson to Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. Left on OCH to Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Left on MLK to Simon Bolivar. Right on Simon Bolivar.


Stop: 1218 Simon Bolivar (Mrs. Delores House) Continue out Simon Bolivar to Clio St. Left U-Turn on Clio back to Simon Bolivar to Terpsichore St. Right on Terpsichore to S. Liberty St.


Stop: Dorothy's Lounge (Home of Single Men). Continue out Terpsichore to Felicity St. to S. Claiborne Ave. Left on S. Claiborne to Toledano St. Right on Toledano St. to S. Galvez.


Stop: Men of Class SA&PC. Continue out Toledano to S. Rocheblave St. Right on S. Rocheblave to Washington Ave.


Disband: Foxx's Lounge


2010-2011 Queen: Mrs. Kristal Lewis-Conly


Music by Stooges Brass Band

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THE MARDI GRAS INDIAN COUNCIL PRESENTS INDIAN SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 2011 — 1pm until


The annual parade of Mardi Gras Indians plus the Hot 8, Soul Rebels and Da Truth brass bands and members of the Young Men Olympian Benevolent Association and the Buckjumpers Social Aid & Pleasure Club starts and ends at A.L. Davis Park at Washington Avenue and LaSalle Street.

The procession heads down LaSalle Street to Martin Luther King Boulevard, turns left and proceeds to South Claiborne Avenue. It turns left on Claiborne to Washington Avenue and turns left on Washington and heads to the park.

Activities at A.L. Davis Park begin at 11 a.m. with music, food and fun and games for children. The musical offerings include BRW, Jo “Cool” Davis, Big Al Carson, Marcel Richardson, DJ Captain Charles and DJ Jubilee

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