The king of New Orleans celebrations show off the city’s spirit

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Mardi Gras is actually a month-long celebration everyone should experience at least once in their life. No one does Carnival like the Crescent City. Beginning on the Twelfth Night, Jan. 6, the city begins its obsession with eating, costuming, bead-tossing and parading that increases in the intensity of the celebration as Ash Wednesday nears. On the weekends leading up to Fat Tuesday, parades roll all over town. Spectators gasp at the colossal Endymion floats and delight in the social satire of Krewe d’Etat’s.

There are new traditions like Chewbacchus with its Star Wars-inspired tomfoolery and ages old ones such as Zulu and Rex. Visitors are encouraged to explore New Orleans Mardi Gras traditions. To eat oysters and king cake, watch parades roll down St. Charles Avenue and tag along with marching krewes as they wind their way into the Quarter from New Orleans historic neighborhoods.

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