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Mardi Gras Celebration – Laissez les bon temps rouler! Let the good times roll!

While Carnival—or Mardi Gras—is celebrated in cities around the world, Louisiana has mastered the art of revelry like no other. Mardi Gras in the United States dates back to the late 1700s by French societies on the Gulf Coast. Today, each community celebrates Mardi Gras a little differently, and visitors to Acadiana can experience unique traditions from elaborate parades
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Mardi Gras in Houma, Louisiana’s Bayou Country, Celebrates Cajun Culture and Southern Hospitality

Mardi Gras in Houma County Mardi Gras is one of the biggest parties of the year. It is an annual event that draws millions of visitors from around the world. Louisiana lights up in purple, green and gold and exudes a festive buzz. The celebration in Houma, Louisiana’s Bayou Country combines this joyous occasion with
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Think You Know Mardi Gras? 5 Things You May Not Know

Do you know the meaning of krewe? Or the origin of Mardi Gras? Here you will find 10 things to know about Mardi Gras to make your Carnivale the best! Think you know Mardi Gras? Spectacular parades with beautiful and creative floats begin parading approximately two weekends prior to Mardi Gras Day. 1. Carnivale is
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