Sudan Second Line Parade


Sudan second line in 2013. Photo by Kichea S. Burt.
Sunday, November 12, 2017 -
12:00pm to 4:00pm

Sudan Social and Pleasure Club
34th Annual Parade

Formation time 11:30a
Parade Time 12 noon-4p

START at Treme Center (900 Villere St). Down N. Villere St. to Gov. Nicholls St.

RIGHT on Gov. Nicholls St. to Henriette Delille St. (Queen Toast)

RIGHT on Henriette Delille St. to Ursulines St.

RIGHT on Ursulines St. to Treme St. STOP Chapman Family.

CONTINUE on Ursuline St. to N. Robertson St.

LEFT on N. Robertson St. to Basin St.

RIGHT on Basin St/Orleans Ave to N. Prieur St. STOP Ole & Nu Style Fellas

CONTINUE on Orleans Ave to Galvez St.

RIGHT on N. Galvez to Esplanade Ave.

RIGHT on Esplanade Ave. to N. Derbigny St. STOP Dumaine St. Gang.

CONTINUE on Esplanade Ave. to N. Claiborne Ave.

LEFT on N. Claiborne Ave. to St. Anthony St. ROLLING STOP Honoring Kenneth Dykes, Sr.

CONTINUE on N. Claiborne Ave. to Touro St. STOP Family Ties.

CONTINUE ON N. Claiborne to Elysian Fields Ave.

RIGHT on Elysian Fields Ave to St. Claude Ave.

RIGHT on St. Claude Ave to Touro St. STOP Black Men of Labor.

CONTINUE St. Claude Ave/McShane Place to St. Bernard Ave.

RIGHT on St. Bernard Ave to Urquhart St. DISBAND

The Sudan Social & Pleasure Club would like to thank D. Jean Rhodes, Linda HOlmes, Demetri Williams, the Versatile Ladies of Style, the Norman Dixon Foundation, the New Orleans Police Department, Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, the Dykes Family, the Chapman Family, the Black Men of Labor, the Dumain St. Gang, the Ole & Nu Style Fellas, Family Ties, the parent sof the Sudan Kids, Danette Vincent, Kelly Sherman, Terrence Allen, Ms. B., Ms. Dana, Mr. Reed, our parade day workers, the staff of NRODC & Treme Center, Treme 7th Ward Cultural District, the neighborhood Story PRoject, our families, friends, and supporters. 

"Be a positive voice against illiteracy, violence, racism, and all social injustices." Let us keep the second line culture alive by having a good time and leaving all issues at home.


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