Party planners can now easily add some fun and excitement to their Mardi Gras events with printable Mardi Gras bingo sheets. These sheets are a great way to engage guests and keep them entertained throughout the celebration.
Party planners can now easily add some fun and excitement to their Mardi Gras events with printable Mardi Gras bingo sheets. These sheets are a great way to engage guests and keep them entertained throughout the celebration. With colorful and festive designs, these bingo sheets are a must-have for any Mardi Gras party.
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7. Get in touch with a Mardi Gras Indian on Mardi Gras Day.
The Mardi Gras Masking Indians may be observed marching around the streets in their beautiful hand-sewn outfits on Mardi Gras day, tracing their history back to a time when Native Americans helped conceal escaping slaves.
8. Go to the Bourbon Street Awards.
On Mardi Gras morning, you must locate two items: A slice of king cake and a great spot to watch the Bourbon Street Awards (also known as "America's most renowned drag queen event"), where entrants in fabulously colored costumes compete for top awards. Local and famous drag queen hosts have been awarding group and individual prizes for spectacular feats of fashion for over 50 years.
9. Shake the King of the Mystic Krewe of Barkus' Paw
Yep, a costumed dog parade is also on the agenda. The Mystic Krewe of Barkus is one of the season's most innovative events. Come witness dogs and their owners dressed to the nines. There is some previous magnificent theme that becomes a hit such as "Jurassic Bark" or "Wizard of Paws."
Only rescue dogs are eligible to be queens, and the king must be a krewe member.
10. Visit a Micro-Krewe
Most people associate Mardi Gras with mega-krewes or historic groups like Bacchus and Rex. Some micro-krewes, on the other hand, roll—or, more appropriately, walk—during Carnival season and are just as entertaining.
The Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus is a micro-krewe with a Star Wars motif and members that enjoy science fiction. Titit Rex creates small floats out of shoe boxes, putting a new spin on Mardi Gras customs, and is full of both inventive spins on Mardi Gras krewes and original ideas. Two micro krewes occur in the Marigny.
The day that precedes Mardi Gras, is known as Lundi Gras. It also notice in the name of Shrove Monday. It has its own color for the parades and celebrations that you better not miss!
There is a celebration that is worth watching with the King of Rex and the King of Zulu which symbolizes the leadership of the city for the Riverwalk's Annual Lundi Gras. They were also chosen to be one officially by the mayor too. Then you can be strolling walk over to Waldenberg Park. There is another festival called the Zulu Lundi Gras Festival to get more fun for the day.
Instead, for a more avant-garde Carnival experience, come to see marchers dressed in costumes made of beans on the Marigny for the Red Beans, Dead Beans, and Feijao Parades, Finish the night with the Krewe of Proteus and the Super Krewe of Orpheus, soaking in as much Mardi Gras spirit as you can until next year.
12. Beads are thrown from a Bourbon Street balcony
Go to the French Quarter to partake in the events that have made Mardi Gras so famous across the world. Collect beads while strolling down Bourbon Street and listening to live jazz musicians, or better yet, toss beads to pedestrians from a Bourbon Street balcony. This is something you should put on your bucket list for all things iconic and exciting, not just Mardi Gras.