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Mandeville 2022 Mardi Gras Parades

Mandeville is the central spot in St. Tammany Parish, just moments off the Causeway (the 24-mile long bridge connecting the New Orleans area and Louisiana's Northshore). Family-friendly parades are just a hop, skip, and a jump away from the crowds of the city. 

Discover more with these 10 Ways to Celebrate Mardi Gras!

Mande Kings Day

January 6 at 1pm*
Walking Parade

Mandeville's Mande Milkshakers and the Krewe of Eve come together to celebrate the first day of Carnival season known as Kings Day, Eve of the Epiphany or Twelfth Night, to parade along the Mandeville lakefront. Proceeds support Miracle League Northshore.
*Anticipated date. Not confirmed as of Dec. 16, 2021.


Krewe of Eve Krewe of Orpheus - Mardi Gras Mandeville

February 18 at 7pm
Float Parade

The popular all-women krewe was founded in 1985, with over 400 members in elaborately decorated sweatshirts, parades through the streets of Mandeville at night. The parade includes an annual competition of local and out-of-state marching bands, 22 beautifully decorated Blaine Kern floats and lots of throws for a fun family night. Starts near the junction of Hwy 22 and US 190 and follows W. Causeway Approach above Monroe St., crosses 190 and ends on E. Causeway Approach.


Krewe du Pooch

March 5 at 12pm
Walking Parade

A walking parade featuring man's best friends and their families. Starting with a costume contest, the charity walk leads into an afternoon of fun celebrating pets, with information and activity booths by area animal rescues, non-profits and vendors to raise awareness of the plight of rescue animals.


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