New Orleans Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration

New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 04: Revelers party in the French Quarter despite the rain on Mardi Gras Day on March 4, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fat Tuesday, or Mardi Gras in French, the traditional celebration on the day before Ash Wednesday and the begining of Lent, is marked in New Orleans with parades and marches through many neighborhoods in the city. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 04: Memebers of the Krewe of Zulu parde dispite ther rain Mardi Gras day on March 4, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fat Tuesday, the traditional celebration on the day before Ash Wednesday and the begining of Lent, is marked in New Orleans with parades and marches through many neighborhoods in the city.(Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 04: The King of the Krewe of Zulu pardes dispite ther rain Mardi Gras day on March 4, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fat Tuesday, the traditional celebration on the day before Ash Wednesday and the begining of Lent, is marked in New Orleans with parades and marches through many neighborhoods in the city.(Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 04: Members of the Krew of Mondo Kayo Social Marching Club parde Mardi Gras day in the rain on March 4, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 04: A reveler looks on as Rex, King of Carnival parades down St. Charles Avenue despite the rain Mardi Gras Day on March 4, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fat Tuesday, the traditional celebration on the day before Ash Wednesday and the begining of Lent, is marked in New Orleans with parades and marches through many neighborhoods in the city.(Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 04: Members of Rex parade down St. Charles Avenue despite the rain Mardi Gras Day on March 4, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fat Tuesday, the traditional celebration on the day before Ash Wednesday and the begining of Lent, is marked in New Orleans with parades and marches through many neighborhoods in the city.(Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 04: Members of Rex parade down St. Charles Avenue despite the rain Mardi Gras Day on March 4, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fat Tuesday, the traditional celebration on the day before Ash Wednesday and the begining of Lent, is marked in New Orleans with parades and marches through many neighborhoods in the city.(Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
New Orleans Holds Citywide Mardi Gras Celebration
NEW ORLEANS, LA - MARCH 04: Revelers party in the French Quarter despite the rain on Mardi Gras Day on March 4, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fat Tuesday, or Mardi Gras in French, the traditional celebration on the day before Ash Wednesday and the begining of Lent, is marked in New Orleans with parades and marches through many neighborhoods in the city. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
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