- The Krewe Boheme lines up on the corner of Decatur Street and Marigny Street in New Orleans.
- It proceeds west down Decatur St. and then turns right onto Frenchmen St. heading north.
- The krewe heads north on Frenchmen St. until turning left and heading west on Royal Street.
- They will continue to parade down Royal St. approximately eight blocks and then turn right onto St. Peter Street.
- The krewe will follow St. Peter St. north west until reaching North Rampart Street where they turn right.
- They will parade north east up North Rampart Street until turning right onto Esplanade Avenue.
- The parade continues south on Esplanade Ave until turning right onto North Peters Street.
- They continue for one block until taking their final turn north on Barracks St. where they disband before Decatur Street.
The Krewe Bohème is a marching parade which travels through the Marigny and the French Quarter. It is the first parade to roll after Twelfth Night. Their goal is to present a visual and auditory feast of mystery, artistry and fun. The procession is led by a symbol of the bohemian spirit, a green absinthe fairy, followed by several inner krewe marching clubs:
- Krewe of Goddesses
- The Merry Antoinettes
- Krewe of R.U.M. (Really Unsophisticated Men)
- Krewe of King James: The Super Bad Sex Machine
- Krewe of Hellarious Wingnuts
- Krewe of S.L.U.T.S. (Sexy Ladies Up to Something)
- Krewe What Thou Wilt
- Les ReBelles
- Flora & Fauna
- Skinz N Bonez
- Dystopian Paradise
- The Bayou Babes
- Krewe D'Ensite
- Krewe of Full Bush
- Krewe de la Renaissance
- Interrobang ‽ Parading Krewe
- Menage a Trike