The NOLA Angels are extremely honored and excited to be part of Krewe of Joan of Arc this Mardi Gras 2022!
Prior to the start of the parade, your NOLA Angels will be performing "Battlefield", a Medieval Flag Routine! Get ready for a powerful routine of strong warrior woman and spinning and flying flags!
Once the parade is ready to roll, your NOLA Angels will be leading the parade from the corner of Bienville and North Front Street, though the French Quarter, along Bienville and Chartres Street.
When the parade reaches Jackson Square, your NOLA Angels will once more perform the spectacular "Battlefield".
The parade then continues on to and along Decatur with a pause at the Joan of Arc statue to sing “Happy Birthday” before continuing to Washington Artillery Park (the sidewalk amphitheater across from Jackson Square) where the parade concludes with a king cake ceremony!
'The NOLA Angels Dance & Social Team' have heard that some stinking devils have been trying to cancel Mardi Gras!!!!! We will not stand for this!!!!! Come watch the NOLA Angels in the Space Battle to end all Space Battles!!! There will be space Angels, stinking Devils, lit wings, & lasers beams, but Mardi Gras 2022 will go on thanks to the NOLA Angels & the Krewe of Chewbacchus!!!!!
We are proud to be parading in this all-female parade in their 35th Mardi Gras!!!
We are proud to be parading in this huge Chalmette parade!!! Supporting our commitment to supporting the NOLA suburbs and being your local NOLA parading team!!!
Founded in 1949, the Krewe of Okeanos is named for the Greek god of oceans and fertile valleys. Okeans rolls along the traditional Uptown/Downtown route on St. Charles Avenue.
With more than 300 male and female riders, Okeanos is known for its elaborately-costumed captain and king.
We are proud to be parading in this huge Uptown/Downtown parade!!!
The Krewe of Argus, founded in 1972, includes 450 male, female and child riders. Over a million revelers looking for family-oriented parades flock to the Veterans Memorial Parade Route in Metairie on Mardi Gras Day to see Argus' spectacular floats, marching bands and guest celebrities.
To lovers of Mardi Gras in Jefferson Parish, King Argus Is as revered as King Zulu and Rex are in New Orleans. Over the years, Argus has wowed the crowd with special floats such as "George Rodrigues Blue Dog." The throw? Stuffed Blue Dogs, of course!
The NOLA Angels are delighted to be parading in this fabulous parade, on Mardi Gras Day, in our own backyard.
The NOLA Angels
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