Mardi Gras Day: Tuesday, February 21, 2023
Mardi Gras is known as "the biggest party on Earth" and Jefferson Parish is inviting you! Spanning over two sides of the Mississippi River, the East Bank and the West Bank, Jefferson Parish offers Mardi Gras fun wherever you may be located. Come and experience the sights, sounds, food, music, parades, and of course, the BEADS in this family-friendly celebration of Mardi Gras.
Learn more about Mardi Gras in Jefferson Parish in the below video!
There are always exciting reasons to line the parade route and enjoy Mardi Gras in Jefferson Parish! Parade-goers on Bonnabel Boulevard near Feronia Street are entertained with the Carnival Kick-Off activities with face-painting, balloon art, clowning, and more prior to the start of each Metairie parade!
Family Gras weekend kicks off the Jefferson Parish carnival season with live music and the majesty of Mardi Gras parades on February 10th & 11th, 2023
Click below to view the 2023 Jefferson Parish Mardi Gras Parade Schedule
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