Walking Krewe Review
Some of the best parades of Carnival Season are put on by DIY bohemian walking krewes, groups of friends who create a grassroots show. Casual observers are always welcome to participate. Just bring a costume!
Barkus Dress up your furry friends for this all-pet parade (www.barkus.org).
Box of Wine Crazily costumed revelers march up St Charles Ave ahead of the Bacchus (god of wine) parade, distributing free wine from boxes along the way.
Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus Dress up as your favorite sci-fi character at this wonderful parade for geeks, nerds and other people we might hang out with on weekends (http://chewbacchus.org).
Red Beans & Rice On Lundi Gras (the day before Mardi Gras), folks dress up in costumes made from dry beans or as Louisiana food items.
Society of St Anne Traditionally made up of artists and bohemians, St Anne marches on Mardi Gras morning from the Bywater to the Mississippi and features the best costumes of Carnival Season.