Presented by the New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian Council and R.E.A.L.
There are three Super Sunday Mardi Gras celebrations that happen each year. Super Sunday is an annual gathering of Mardi Gras Indian Tribes celebrating their heritage and culture in a magnificent display of hand-sewn suits, singing, dancing and chanting. This year's festival will include two stages and more than 50 food and craft vendors. The festival is free and open to the public.
Uptown Super Sunday is the first of these celebrations. It will happen on Sunday, March 17 centered around A.L. Davis Park (Washington Ave. and LaSalle St.). It begins around noon and parade begins at 1p.
START Washington Ave. & LaSalle St.
MOVE onto Simon Bolivar Ave.
LEFT onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
LEFT on Claiborne Ave.
LEFT on Washington
END A.L. Davis Park (Washington & LaSalle) for cultural activities and live music performances
Other performers include Hot 8 Brass Band, Young Pinstripe Brass Band, Original Pinettes Brass Band, Lucky LOU, DJ Captain Charles, DJ Jubilee, SOSU w/Lady D, Young Men Olympians, Lady Buckjumpers, B.R.W. R&B Singing Group, and more.