Mardi Gras Carnival Art / February 20, 2019 / Chris Burris
So with these ideas call up your friends during mardi gras for a fun filled food carnival! Gathering the Mardi Gras Parade Throws and Remember the Dates for Mardi Gras Carnival Season The changes in Mardi Gras and how it s celebrated and ever increasing popularity is because of lots of reasons not the least are variety of activities included. For one there is not another holiday that has its own colors parades special party balls and the date changes each year. Plus it is the special time of the year when those celebrating this holiday can wear very creative and colorful costumes to weeks of special events.
And just because you re standing next to a bunch of old grandmother looking ladies dressed in high heels and playboy bunny outfits don t make the mistake of thinking your chances are any better. After all these ladies might be old but they have fast feet and the spikes on those heels. Wow better watch out! The Ever Changing Mardi Gras Celebration Dates So you ve eagerly waited and anticipated this year s carnival like celebrations but just when does the season begin and when does it end? The actual date always falls on a Tuesday between February 3rd and March 9th.
So if you happen to find yourself at your grandma s house on Mardi Gras night watching the Rex/Comus ball impress ya maw maw that you know that classic tune that keeps playing over and over. Maybe even sing a lyric or two. The oldest Mardi Gras song in the book is likely one of the most important songs in the history of our city. "May the moon be turned to green cream cheese If Ever I Cease To Love." Chuck Credo IV is a contributing author to GoNOLA.com the Official "What s Going On In New Orleans?" Blog with reviews of live music spots restaurants festivals art and so much more. GoNOLA is what you want to do on your next trip to New Orleans! Chuck Credo IV is a fourth generation New Orleans musician.