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Krewe of Joan of Arc Parade Route

in the French Quarter
  • The parade begins at Jax Brewery at the corner of Toulouse and Decatur. The parade travels down two blocks down Decatur to Conti.
  • It then takes a right onto Conti for a block before hanging another right onto Chartres.
  • The parade will travel 7 blocks down Chartres making a right onto Ursuline. It then makes a right back onto Decatur where the parade will end at Crowning King Cake.

The Joan of Arc parade is an annual walking parade to celebrate St Joan of Arc’s birthday and Epiphany. The procession is inspired by Joan’s time in France in the 1400s, where she liberated the citizens of Orleans, France from British siege. Parade goers can be found dressed in gold, with plenty of king cake to share!

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