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St. Tammany Parish Mardi Gras 2022

Carnival season returns in St. Tammany Parish on January 6, 2022 with Twelfth Night celebrations, so beginning the season of revelry unique to southeast Louisiana. We have many ways to celebrate on the Northshore... parades will roll (or stroll, or strut), kings and queens will be crowned at Carnival Krewe Balls and all things purple, green and gold will adorn streets, houses, people and pups. It all culminates on Fat Tuesday, March 1, 2022, with celebrations right up to midnight. See how we let the good times roll in St. Tammany--check out our ideas below, then grab your Krewe and geaux!

There are plenty of ways to observe the Mardi Gras holiday each year. Listen to Poppy Tooker’s special Quick Bite Tammany Taste podcast on Randazzo’s Camellia City Bakery then order a king cake to be delivered right to your door! Discover more with these 10 Ways to Celebrate Mardi Gras on Louisiana Northshore.

The St. Tammany Parish Tourist and Convention Commission hopes that our visitors, residents, and partners all stay safe and healthy, and look forward to celebrating Mardi Gras in style once again in 2022.

Celebrate Carnival in the place where free, family-fun memories are made on Louisiana Northshore.

St. Tammany Parish bakeries and restaurants serve up their version of King Cake in a multitude of creative ways.

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