It wasn’t hard to see why the Krewe of Bonaparte holds onto the title of largest parade in Lafayette.
Mardi Gras Headquarters
The City of Rayne celebrated Mardi Gras Saturday with a parade and an after-party to follow.
Mardi Gras weekend is in full swing as we inch closer and closer to Fat Tuesday.
The Krewe d’Amusement did not disappoint this year as several in Lafayette headed to the parade route to see the Children’s Parade.
The Mardi Gras parade in Church Point has a new time.
KATC’s Float Finders are on the parade route for the Krewe of Bonaparte!
This evening should remain dry and mild with temperatures holding in the mid to upper 60s for the Bonaparte parade.
Towards midnight the stationary front out over the Gulf will turn back into a warm front and lift back across the region.
Revelers in Rayne were able to enjoy Mardi Gras once again with the return of their parade.
It’s a wrap for Children’s Parade in Lafayette!
KATC’s Float Finders are on the parade route for the Youngsville Mardi Gras Parade!
Students and teachers in Lafayette Parish are celebrating Mardi Gras ahead of Fat Tuesday.
Making costumes, chasing chickens and gathering gumbo ingredients, those are the ingredients to a traditional Mardi Gras in Acadiana.
The nice, Spring-like weather will continue Saturday which is great news for all the Mardi Gras parades going on throughout Acadiana.
Now, there is a small chance for a few isolated showers Saturday evening but nothing that should cause any real issues for the Bonaparte parade.
Kaplan city employees are joining most of Louisiana by getting into the Mardi Gras spirit.
Mardi Gras day is right around the corner but the festivities are already in full swing. With parades and events scheduled throughout St. Landry Parish,