Mardi Gras Parade   - Feb 28, 2017

Mardi Gras Parade Blue Dome District
Tulsa, OK 74120

Phone: 918-857-8487
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Celebrate Fat Tuesday in style at the eighth annual Mardi Gras Parade. Head to downtown Tulsa's Blue Dome District to join in all the family-friendly fun. Get started with an outdoor show of fire performers and hula hoop performers, men on stilts and jugglers. Pick up a District Crawl punch card and visit the area restaurants and bars. Giveaways and prize drawing will be happening throughout the celebration. Get around in style using the Old Urban Trolley and get the most out of this exciting event.

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  • General Information: Free admission

Begins at 7pm.

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Cindy Parker

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From Staff on 01/27/15

Dahlia, this event is hosted by McNellies. For more information, please visit their Facebook page using the link on the right side of this screen or call them at 918-582-2035. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Staff on 01/27/15

Dustin, the parade begins at 7pm. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Dahlia on 01/27/15

Where can we find more information? Blue Dome website doesn't contain any event info.

From Dustin on 01/27/15

what time will this start?

From Jim Cobb on 01/21/15

Mardi Gras in NOLA is where I grew up. Glad to see Tulsa is trying to do something like this. PLEASE allow the floats to throw beads instead of walk and hand them to people. IT KILLS YOUR PARADE! There are ways to do this safely if ANYONE is interested in trying it.

From janie clark on 02/10/13

this will be the third year my granddaughter and i will be there and she is really looking forward to it she is 5 now.

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