New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian tribes parade on Sunday for the Mardi Gras Indian Council's annual Uptown Super Sunday gathering, meeting with Indian gangs from across the city in their finest and prettiest handmade suits. A festival begins at A.L. Davis Park (Washington Avenue and Lasalle Street) and the parade begins at 1 p.m. There also are performances from the Hot 8, Troop, Stooges and TBC brass bands, DJ Jubilee, BRW, Captain Charles and Dave Lemon, as well as the Young Men Olympians, Lady Buckjumpers Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs and other groups.
The parade begins at the park and continues to Simon Bolivar Avenue, turns left at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, left on Claiborne Avenue and left at Washington, returning to the park.
Indians preview their suits and gangs at dusk on St. Joseph's Night on Saturday, March 19.