2020 Mardi Gras Balls & Events

GulfCoastWeekend.com

Here are a few Mardi Gras Balls & Events happening along the coast this carnival season.

January 25

ANNUAL KREWE OF CASA MARDI GRAS GALA

  • Location: BAY ST. LOUIS COMMUNITY HALL
  • Address: 301 Blaize Avenue, Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520
  • Phone: (228) 344-0419
  • Time: 7-11pm
  • Price: $40 general admission, sponsorship available

‘The Krewe of CASA Mardi Gras Gala – Year of the Bay Ratz! A patron party with early access to silent auction items will open at 6 p.m. for Children’s Defender & Children’s Champion sponsors. Patron party access includes complimentary champagne, wine, beer, and hors d’oeuvres. This patron party will be followed by the Mardi Gras Gala featuring music by Got Groove, dinner, and silent auction.’


January 31

ANNUAL KREWE OF VETERANS BALL

  • Location: VFW Post 3373, 4724 Vega St, Pascagoula
  • Phone: 228-769-8387
  • Time: 7pm
  • Price: $20 per person

‘Doors open at 7 pm and the coronation starts at 8 pm.’


February 1

ANNUAL KREWE OF NEREIDS MARDI GRAS BALL

  • Location: MISSISSIPPI COAST COLISEUM
  • Address: 2350 Beach Boulevard, Biloxi, MS 39531
  • Phone: (228) 342-9232
  • Time: 9pm
  • Price: Reservations required

You’re invited to join in the fun with the presentation of 2020 royal court and beautiful tableau, and then afterward, enjoy a wonderful dinner and dance. Strictly Formal Attire – evening gown & tuxedo required for supper dance. No charge for viewing the tableau, but must call for invitation. Supper Dance cost associated. For tickets and additional information e-mail SUPPERDANCE@THEKREWEOFNEREIDS.COM. Sponsored by the Krewe of Nereids.


 

 

 

 February 24

  • Location: Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center
  • Phone: (228) 432-8806
  • Time: 8pm-1am
  • Price: Free – Viewing Only Allowed

‘This event pays tribute to historical and literary themes yearly with different tableaus and masked royalty steeped in the kind of ceremonial drama worthy of a classical epic. While the colors, the decorations, and the costumed characters vary significantly from year to year, the selection and composition of the royal court does not. Witness the Coronation of King D’lberville and Queen Ixolib, sovereign rulers of the Gulf Coast Mardi Gras Day.’


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2019 Mardi Gras Parades Schedule & Routes