There’s Nothing Like Mardi Gras In New Orleans

That being stated, Fat Tuesday is the greatest day of festivity, and the date it falls on changes each year.

Mardi Gras Dates

Mardi Gras, similar to Christmas, is an entire season – not only one day. That being stated, Fat Tuesday is the greatest day of festivity, and the date it falls on changes each year.  You’ll see that Fat Tuesday can be any Tuesday between Feb. 3 and March 9.

There is no celebration in the world like New Orleans Mardi Gras!

 The 2021 Mardi Gras day t falls on Tuesday, February 16, 2021.  Here in New Orleans, you will shift directly from the Christmas holidays to Carnival season. Twelfth Night has always been an important part of  New Orleans. Celebrating and observing as far back as 1800’s.

It’s also crucial to note that since Carnival season doesn’t start until Twelfth Night, faithful observers of tradition wait until that special day to have their first piece king cake for the year. This is a big local tradition that all New Orleanians and observers can’t wait to enjoy.

Check out mardigrasneworleans.com for more details, dates, and Mardi Gras parade schedules.

Come join us for a party you will never forget!  Book early because dates go fast, sometimes 2 years in advance.


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