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The parade theme for 2019
The Mardi Gras Bud Light Grand Parade is March 2, 2019.
The deadline for Returning Krewes has past. We are now accepting applications for new and returning krewes.
*$350 deposit required with fee
Krewe Name - Float Title
618 Jeeps - Boom Box Krewe of Mixed Tapes
Americas Birthday Parade - Sharknado - Enough Said
Anheuser Busch Brewery Experiences - Space Race
Creatively Confused Kart Krewe - Karting Back to the Future
Eastside Mardi Gras Association - Rollin' On The River 70's Style
Gateway Precision Lawnchair Krewe - Bad Fadz
Krewe of Re - Fins to the Left, Fins to the Right
Krewe of the Mystic Knights of the Purple Haze - 30 YEARS OF YEARS OF MKPH
Krewe of Tulane Alumni & Friends - Bad Mardi Gras Memories
Moolah Shrine Gateway 500 - Moolah Shrine Gateway 500
Moolah YOMO Mini-Patrol - Moolah YOMO Mini-Patrol
Muryans Krewe - Boaty McBeadface (Floating McDonald's)
Party Going Friends Krewe - 80's Baby!!!
Radio One (Hot 104.1 & 95.5 The Lou) - Radio One
Randall's Wines & Spirits - Randall's Party Train
Rhythmic Krewe of Belvekis - Happy St Patrick’s Day Parades
Saint Louis GateKeepers - GateKeepers + Arch Rival Roller Derby
Show Me Krewe - A Great Day for a Ballgame
The Grand Sultans of Excess - Back Where it All Began
The Hill Boys - The Hill Boys
The Lords of Mardi Gras - The Lords of Mardi Gras do MARDI GRAS!
The Original Tin Lizzie Patrol - tin lizzies
WSPS - (Weekend Society for the Prevention of Sobriety) - MTV
The word "Krewe" is used to describe any carnival organization or club. It was originally coined in 1857 by New Orleans' the Mystic Krewe of Comus. They wanted to give their club's name an "olde-English" flavor. In present-day St. Louis, the Bud Light Grand Parade is made up of many, many Krewes, with each one represented by a marching group or float
Grab your friends and family and let's do this! With some effort and creativity, you and your friends can take center stage amongst the thousands of screaming fans, just begging for beads. What a rush!
If your Krewe is going to enter a float, then you will need to secure your hardware, including a trailer for your float and a tow vehicle. Otherwise, we have plenty of room in the parade for walking/marching Krewes. Once you figure out how you would like to participate and how many of you to register, you'll be ready for the parade!
For those who show the most creativity and really get the crowd going, we will be awarding prizes to the very best Krewes. Don't just come along for the ride, be the Krewe that brings down the house.
And, most importantly, don't forget to follow the guidelines for safety and reliability compliance. Oh, and stock up on the beads!
Mystic Knights of the Purple Haze
"Meet the Mystic Knights at The Muny"
Banana Bike Brigade
Americas Birthday Parade
"Meet Me At..."
Grand Sultans of Excess
"Wizard of Oz"