Here’s just a small sampling of some of the press Asheville Mardis Gras has gotten over the past 10 years. And we’re just getting started!
A Gift To The City & The Marchers
A podcast from our interview all about Mardi Gras with 98.1 The River.
In photos: Asheville Mardi Gras’ Cajun Cookoff
The fundraising event, benefiting the Mardi Gras parade and Queen’s Ball (to be held Sunday, Feb. 15) as well as MANNA FoodBank, saw Cajun and zydeco fusion band Bayou Diesel playing to a decked out crowd in a venue brimming with colorful costumes.
Asheville’s Mardi Gras Comes to South Slope
The 11th annual Asheville Mardi Gras Parade will be blazing a new, half-mile route through the South Slope neighborhood.
Asheville Mardis Gras Parade
Asheville’s Mardi Gras Parade downtown celebration is rapidly growing as more and more sparkles, feathers, and beads show up each year to march in the annual parade with this year’s King and Queen, dancers, roller skaters, drummers and krewes of colorful characters.
The evolution of the Asheville Mardi Gras Parade
If the weather cooperates on Sunday, Feb. 15, Asheville Mardi Gras executive committee Chair Hobbit Hawes estimates there could be more than 5,000 people lining Wall Street, Battery Park Avenue, Haywood Street and Page Avenue for the volunteer organization’s annual parade.
Parade and family fun: Celebrate Asheville Mardi Gras
Let the good times roll this Sunday in Asheville as the 10th annual Asheville Mardi Gras parade rolls through the streets of downtown, celebrating the Cajun tradition in true mountain style.
First rate Second Line: Asheville’s Mardi Gras marching band
Even though this particular celebration marches to the beat of a very different drummer, it wouldn’t be a parade without a band.