If you were lucky enough to actually live in New Orleans, you could join a Second Line parade practically every Sunday during the fall and winter.
Here’s the one you’re missing this weekend…
This bulletin courtesy of the Backstreet Cultural Museum
New Orleans Social Aid & Pleasure Club Task Force Annual Parade and March for Peace!!!!!
Revolution, Dumaine Street Gang, Nine Times, New Generation, Bayou Steppers, Lady Buck Jumpers, Mahogany Ladies, VIP Ladies, Single Men, Undefeated Divas, Original Four, Lady Rulers, Prince of Wales, Single Ladies, Men of Class, Men Buck Jumpers, Keeping It Real, We Are One, Treme Sidewalk Steppers, Valley of the Silent Men, and Pigeon Town Steppers.
Sunday, January 28th, 2007
Start Time 12:00 p.m. Sharp!!
Formation Time; 11:30 a.m.
Start: Armstrong Park
Out S. Rampart street to Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. to M. L. King, right on M.L, King to S. Liberty Street left on S. Liberty to Terpsichore Street
Stop: Dorothy’s Lounge
Continue out Liberty to St. Andrew, right on St. Andrew to S. Claiborne Ave., right on Claiborne to Felicity, right on Felicity to
Stop: Honey Bee’s Lounge
Continue out Felicity to Simon Bolivar, right on Simon Bolivar to Jackson Ave., left on Jackson to Danneel Street
Stop: Club Dreamers
Continue out Jackson to O.C. Haley, right on O.C. Haley to St. Phillip street, right on St. Phillip to Baronne street, right on Baronne to Second Street, right on Second to Dryades Street
Stop: Sportman’s Bar
Continue out Dryades to Danneel Street, left on Danneel to Foucher Street, right on Foucher to S. Saratoga Street
Stop: The Other Place Lounge
Continue out Saratoga to Washington Ave.
Stop: Purple Rain Bar
Left on Washington Ave. to
DISBAND: STANLEY U’S LOUNGE
Please leave your Troubles, Attitudes, and Guns at Home.
The Big Nine Second Line just as it was getting underway – December 17, 2006