Krewe of Chaos and Krewe of Muses Parades: Photo Slideshow

Thursday, March 3, the Krewes of Babylon, Chaos and Muses rolled on the traditional uptown route from Napoleon Avenue, uptown on St. Charles, and onto Canal Street. The all-female Muses parade was the highlight of the evening, with some of the best of the high school marching bands and marching/dance crews galore, including the Pussyfooters, Camel Toe Lady Steppers, 610 Stompers, Baby Dolls, Panorama Brass band and more.

All photos below taken by Kim Welsh.

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  • patriotpaul2

    There’s few cities that I envy the make up/personality of the residents in it, but I must say that in my 12 visits to NOLA there’s just something about you all that makes an outsider like me wish I could lay in and rub around in and be a part of it. Growing up in NOLA must be an amazing experience that gives one an appreciation for self-deprecating humor, soulfulness, loving life, and relishing in human interaction. You are my favorite city and thank you for what you bring to the rest of us with your art, music, food, humor, creativity, and open-mindedness.

    Paul Harris
    Author, “Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina”

  • Molly Ciliberti

    I too love NOLA and make it there at least once a year. You are real (like the Velveteen Rabbit book of childhood) and your joie de vivre makes each visit special.