Krewe Of Cleopatra | One of Mardi Gras' Favorite All Female Krewes - From New Orleans
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Over 40 years ago, a New Orleans family had a dream of combining their passion for Mardi Gras and their love for the city of New Orleans to create an all women’s carnival krewe. After careful consideration and planning, the Krewe of Cleopatra was born. The name was chosen after the last pharaoh of Egypt, Cleopatra, who represents beauty, strength and femininity. The captain continues to rule over this all women’s organization which opens the New Orleans carnival season every year. The krewe parades through the streets of New Orleans following the traditional uptown parade route.

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January 29, 2016 6:00 pm


On January 29, 2016 at 6:00 PM, The Krewe of Cleopatra parade will convene at the intersection of Jefferson Avenue and Magazine Street in uptown New Orleans. The parade will proceed on Magazine Street towards and then northward on Napoleon Avenue to St. Charles Avenue. The parade then turns right onto famed St. Charles Avenue through the central business district until reaching Canal Street. After passing through the crowds on Canal Street, the parade returns through the CBD on Tchoupitoulas Street, ending at the intersection with Poydras Street.

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