INDIAN SUPER SUNDAY AND VIP LADIES AND KIDS PARADES
INDIAN SUPER SUNDAY PARADE AND FESTIVAL
SUNDAY MARCH 30, 2014
* Celebration begins at 11am
* Parade begins at 1pm.
(route details after the jump!)
A.L. Davis Park (aka Shakespeare Park)
Washington Avenue and LaSalle Street
Rolls from A.L. Davis Park onto Simon Bolivar Avenue
turn left onto Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
left onto Claiborne Avenue,
left onto Washington Avenue
and back to A.L. Davis Park
All Mardi Gras Indian tribes are invited.
The Hot 8 Brass Band, the Troop Brass Band,
the Stooges Brass Band, the Young Men Olympians,
and the Lady Buckjumpers will all join the Indians
during the parade.
Cultural activities and performances by Jo Cool Davis,
Big Al Carson, the B.R.W. Singing Group, D.J. Captain
Charles, D.J. Jubilee, and Step Up/Step Out
at A.L. Davis Park after the parade
VIP LADIES AND KIDS 11TH ANNUAL PARADE
SUNDAY, MARCH 30, 2014 1-5PM
"Proud as a Peacock"
Start: 1627 S. Liberty St. (Edna House). Continue on S. Liberty to Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Left on MLK to Freret St. (Pause Freret and MLK). Continue out MLK to Magnolia St. Left on Magnolia. Continue on Magnolia to Third St. Left on Third.
Stop: Horace Bar, 2600 Third St. Continue on Third to Danneel St. Right on Danneel.
Stop: Bean Bros., 2601 Danneel. Continue on Danneel to Washington Ave. Left on Washington to Baronne St.
Stop: The Turning Point Lounge, 1738 Washington Ave. Turn right on Baronne. Continue out Baronne to Louisiana Avenue. Right on Louisiana. Continue on Louisiana.
Stop: Sandpiper Lounge, 2119 Louisiana Ave. Continue on Louisiana to Freret St. Left on Freret. Out Freret to Gen. Taylor. General Taylor to Magnolia St.
Stop: Silky's Lounge, 3816 Magnolia St. Continue out Gen. Taylor to S. Claiborne Ave. Right on Claiborne. Out Claiborne to Washington Ave. Take Washington to S. Rocheblave.