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  1. Jan 25,  · Mardi Gras is a Christian holiday and popular cultural phenomenon that dates back thousands of years to pagan spring and fertility rites. Also known as Carnival or Carnaval, it’s celebrated in many.
  2. Mardi Gras is a massive celebration each year that brings together locals and visitors, the young and old, and everyone in between. From marching bands to masked revelry, Mardi Gras in the New Orleans area is a cultural event that connects us all.
  3. MARDI GRAS The king of New Orleans celebrations shows off the city's spirit That’s the call to riders dispensing beads and “throws” from the elaborate floats of Mardi Gras.
  4. MARDI GRAS: FUN-FUELED VACATION INNOVATION When we launched our first ship, 's TSS Mardi Gras, we made cruising a lot less stuffy, a bit less fancy, the kind of fun everybody could enjoy. Nobody expected this ship to change the cruise world, but here we are! Next year we're launching a brand-new ship with a familiar name.
  5. May 17,  · Mardi Gras brings its flair for fun to a number of destinations, in the Caribbean. Carnival has three brand new and distinctive concepts on Mardi Gras that are making big waves in the cruise world: Carnival’s Excel Suites: The ultimate, luxury category of Carnival’s suites is debuting on Mardi Gras: the Excel Suites. These suites have.
  6. Mardi Gras is Tuesday, February We're counting down the minutes. As Mayor of the great City of New Orleans, I invite you to visit our city to experience the excitement of Mardi Gras!" READ MORE. Join Our Newsletter. Mardi Gras Photo Contest. Check out this years contest winners!
  7. Mar 05,  · Mardi Gras on Bourbon Street is known for booze, flashing and bead-throwing, while parades elsewhere in the city feature floats, doubloon coins and Moon Pies. At Mobile’s two-week celebration some.
  8. For family-friendly fun try Family Gras, a FREE celebration of carnival in Metairie with outdoor concerts by both national artists and Louisiana's own! Please note: Parade routes & schedule are subject to change without notice. Parades through the French Quarter and the Marigny are walking parades, not the traditional large float parades.

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