13 Mardi Gras 2020 Parades this Weekend in Coastal Mississippi

Mardi Gras 2020 Parades this Weekend in Coastal Mississippi

In Mississippi, we mean Mardi Gras. Mobile, Alabama might have started the coastal carnival tradition, but we’ve helped make it what it is today. Looking for a chance to celebrate? There are plenty of Mardi Gras 2020 parades this weekend in coastal Mississippi to choose from!

Ocean Springs Carnival Association Night Mardi Gras Parade, Feb. 21

What: Starting on Porter Ave. and Front Beach Dr., this Mardi Gras parade will make a left on Washington, and round Government and Holcomb. Bring your beads for this nighttime bash!

Where: Downtown Ocean Springs

When: 7 p.m.

Annual Jackson County Carnival Association Mardi Gras Parade, Feb. 22

What: March down and join in on the festivities on Ingalls Ave., Market St., Jackson Ave., and Pascagoula St.

Where: Ocean Springs

When: 1 p.m.

Annual Krewe of Gemini Mardi Gras Day Parade, Feb. 22

What: This multi-street Mardi Gras parade will move along 19th St., Hwy 49, 14th St., 13th St., and more!

Where: Downtown Gulfport

When: 2 p.m.

Annual Krewe of Diamondhead Mardi Gras Parade, Feb. 22

What: Diamondhead’s annual Mardi Gras parade will set off on Gex Dr., turn left on Ahola Dr., follow through to Kalani Dr., and veer right onto Golf Club Dr.

Where: Diamondhead

When: 12 p.m.

Annual Krewe of Neptune Night Mardi Gras Parade, Feb. 22

What: One of the other nighttime Mardi Gras 2020 parades this weekend in coastal Mississippi, this parade will begin on Main St., head to Hwy 90, and lead from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to Bayview Ave.

Where: Downtown Biloxi

When: 5:30 p.m.

Annual Krewe of Salacia Parade, Feb. 22

What: The all-lady portion of the Krewe of Neptune, the Krewe of Salacia will follow the same path as Neptune and feature New Orleans-themed floats and bejeweled bikini top throws.

Where: Downtown Biloxi

When: 5:30 p.m.

Second Liners Mardi Gras Club Parade, Feb. 22

What: Beginning at Nichols Dr. and Division St., this parade will wind through east Biloxi, ending at Doris C. Busch Park.

Where: East Biloxi

When: 12 p.m.

Annual D’Iberville/St. Martin North Bay Area Mardi Gras Parade, Feb. 23

What: Destination? D’Iberville. This parade moves from Lemoyne Blvd. to Central Ave. to Rodriguez St., reaching its final stop at Automall Pkwy.

Where: Downtown D’Iberville

When: 1:30 p.m.

Annual St. Paul Mardi Gras Parade, Feb. 23

What: Starting at the intersection of Davis Ave. and Hwy 90, this parade will make its way from Second St. all the way back around to Davis Ave.

Where: Pass Christian

When: 12:30 p.m.

Annual Mystic Krewe of the Seahorse “Lundi Gras” Parade, Feb. 24

What: Plundering the high seas is so old fashioned. Join the “Mutiny in the Bay” in this landlubber parade that sets sail on Depot Way and Bookter St.—finishing back around at Bookter.

Where: Bay St. Louis

When: 5 p.m.

Annual Gulf Coast Carnival Association Mardi Gras Parade, Feb. 25

What: One of the classic Mardi Gras parades this weekend in coastal Mississippi, the Gulf Coast Carnival Association Mardi Gras Parade boasts beautiful floats, beads, and piles of booty. Pre-parade festivities begin at Biloxi City Hall.

Where: Downtown Biloxi

When: 1 p.m.

Annual Krewe of Gemini Mardi Gras Night Parade, Feb. 25

What: Mirroring the day parade’s path, this parade will be for those who enjoy the evening. Get in on the Mardi Gras mania!

Where: Downtown Gulfport

When: 5:30 p.m.

Annual Krewe of Diamonds Mardi Gras Parade, Feb. 25

What: Follow the parade as it starts at the cross-section of Booker St. and Necaise Ave., makes its way to Main St., on to N. Beach Blvd., and eventually returning to Bookter.

Where: Bay St. Louis

When: 1 p.m.

Summary

We understand if this next week and weekend are booked up for you. Biloxi boasts quite the collection of Mardi Gras celebrations.

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