register by 01/15/2022
Krewes are Community Builders
Gather up your friends, company, school and make a float, dress up, walk, bike and parade with the spirit of Mardi Gras!
Saturday, January 29th, 2022
Krewes line up on Hallman Street NE at Noon. Roll time is 1pm!
Parade with a Cause
Lanta Gras Parade and Festival benefits the Lanta Gras Music Program that provides music scholarships to kids in the APS Jackson Cluster of schools.
$300 PER KREWE
Fill out the application and pay via PayPal or check made payable to: Lanta Gras Inc. All donations are tax deductible.
ROLL OUT A KREWE
Walk. Bike. Ride. Dance Your Mardi Gras Spirit in the Parade
Every Year A New Krewe Can Win:
BEST IN SHOW
Based on NOLA sandwiches that are dressed with the "debris, which are drippings that are so good and juicy it gets all over you
Krewes are Judged on a point system for the following criteria:
Consistent Theme / Member Participation
Float Design / Effort
Donations to LG Music Program
Lanta Gras engages community members and leaders:
Leslie Brashear: KBOA board member, Kirkwood Resident and Delightful Sites business owner.
Margie Yondorf: Kirkwood Resident and Agent with Atlanta Intown.
Kim Holmes Wallace: Ms. Rosa's daughter and Kirkwood native.
Best in Show: Krewe of Grateful Gluttons
Best Float Krewe: Groove Krewe
Best "Debris": Krewe of Atalanta and KrewNited
Best in Show: Jeaux Krewe of Jesters
Best Walking Krewe: Big Mask Krewe
Best "Debris": Krewe Lanyap
2016 Awards (only one award):
Best in Show: Groove Krewe
Best In Show: Krewe of Atalanta
Best Walking Krewe: Krewe of Grateful Gluttons
Best "Debris": Groove Krewe
BEST IN SHOW
Goes on the Trophy
1st Ever Walking Krewe to be awarded Best in Show:
Puddles the Clown and two other 15 foot puppets pushed them into the top spot!