It’s Halloween time in the Big Easy! October is the perfect month for a trip to New Orleans. Not only is the weather absolutely perfect, but the haunted history of the city makes it one of them most fun cities to celebrate the month of Halloween!
New Orleans will take any reason to celebrate, even if it’s the ghostly hauntings of our city. And what’s necessary for a celebration in New Orleans? That’s right… a parade. Krewe of Boo is one of the many ways New Orleans puts on a show to impress our more paranormal friends. Krewe of Boo is the Official New Orleans Halloween Parade in the French Quarter, and it’s one spooktacular event.
Krewe of Boo 2013 – A Halloween New Orleans Parade
This year, the Krewe of Boo parade is taking place on October 26th, 2013 at 6:30PM. And in true New Orleans style, there will be a party at Mardi Gras World waiting at the end of the parade route. The Krewe of Boo parade party at Mardi Gras World will take place from 8PM until 2AM.
- Costumes are a MUST! (It’s Halloween in New Orleans, come on)
- Opening acts include New Orleans’ own Flow Tribe
- Closing acts include Brooklyn’s own Pimps of Joytime
- Also featuring plenty of alcoholic drinks, music, food, and monsters
Halloween weekend can be a difficult time to travel to New Orleans, making Krewe of Boo the perfect event to celebrate the weekend before. Learn more about the Krewe of Boo and get ready for tricks and treats galore!
Experience Halloween in New Orleans at Bienville House Hotel
Plan your perfect Halloween in New Orleans with Bienville House! New Orleans is FULL of buildings and sites with haunted histories, giving us the reputation as “The Most Haunted City in America.” Many have experienced paranormal phenomena while visiting or living in New Orleans. Intrigued? Try a haunted tour of New Orleans, and book your stay at Bienville House for a spooky Halloween in New Orleans today.