Repeats every week until Sun Dec 30 2012 except Sun Dec 23 2012.
Catch the Yat Pack on Sundays from 8:30-midnight at The Max in Metairie near the Clearview exit. The Yat Pack is a New Orleans-based band that brings back the Swing Era with a Vegas flair - the classic Big Band sounds of Sinatra & Bobby Darin to contemporary artists like Michael Buble and Harry Connick Jr.
The Original N.O. Lady Buckjumpers
and Jr. Buckjumpers
"IT IS WHAT IT IS…. LET IT DO WHAT IT DO"
VIVID, VIBRANT AND COLOR BLOCKIN'
Sunday Nov. 25, 2012 - 12:00 noon
KING HENRY "Pal" ALEXANDER
QUEEN KEIMIKA MELANCON
PRINCE MEKHI "TANKA" FIELDS
PRINCESS DREAM ARIVE
Start @ Hair Evolution Salon 7901 Earhart Blvd. Make a U-turn on Earhart Blvd and proceed down Earhart Blvd to Washington Ave.
Stop @ Washington Ave & Earhart Blvd (TCA INC & Miss Behavin' Boutique) turn right on to Washington Ave and proceed to cross over Broad St. U-turn on Washington Ave to Rocheblave St.
Stop @ Tapp's & Fox Bar… Continue down Washington Ave to S. Claiborne Ave., make a right on S. Claiborne Ave. to Louisiana Ave,. left turn on Louisiana Ave.
Stop @ Big Man Lounge….. proceed down Louisiana Ave to Clara St. right on Clara St. to Marengo St. left on Marengo St. to General Taylor St. make a left on General Taylor St. and Magnolia St.
Stop @ Silkey's Lounge… (Home Of The Lady Buckjumpers)… Out Magnolia St. to Peniston St.
Stop @ Tina's Place (Captain 2012) back out Magnolia St. to Washington Ave. proceed down Washington Ave to Lasalle St. and Washington Ave.
Stop @ Sportsman Ladies… Continue down Washington Ave to Baronne St, turn right on Baronne St. to Seventh St. make a right turn on Seventh St. to Dryades St. DISBAND… JOE'S HOUSE OF BLUES
President…Ms. Linda Tapp
Vice-President…Ms. Barbara Rainey
Jr. Buckjumper Organizer…Barbara Rainey
We would like to thank the Norman Dixon Foundation, NOPD, Jazz Fest Foundation, Salon, Bars, Businesses and S.P. Club for the stops, Honorary Members for their support and our parade chairpeople for helping us make this day a success.
Please leave your weapon and dogs at home, Respect the Secondline Culture.
Lady Buckjumpers parading in 2010.
Photo by Hunter King.