PLEASE NOTE: There will be no New Orleans parades in 2021 due to Covid.
- The Krewe of NOMTOC parade starts at the intersection of Holiday Dr. and Fiesta St.
- It travels north on Holiday Dr. to General Meyer. At General Meyer, the parade takes a left and heads west to L B Landry Ave.
- It travels south on L B Landry Ave. to Mardi Gras Blvd., where the parade takes a right and heads west towards Nunez St.
- At Nunez St, the parade heads north to Lamarque St. There the parade takes a left.
- At Teche St., the parade takes another right and heads north to Newton St.
- On Newton St. the parade heads east to its conclusion at the intersection of General Meyer Ave. and Shirley Dr.
Founded in 1951, the Krewe of NOMTOC (New Orleans Most Talked Of Club) began parading on the West Bank in 1970.
The inaugural parade had six floats, six bands, six marching units, one horse group and a motorcycle squardron. Today, this all-black krewe is comprised of 625 male and female riders, 26 floats, ten bands and a number of marching and riding groups. Throws include ceramic medallion beads, jug banks and their signature Jug Man dolls.
The Krewe suggests that the best spots for family viewing are Holiday Dr. and Gen. Meyer Ave. in front of Behrman Stadium or along Mardi Gras Blvd. or at the intersection of Nunez St. and Mardi Gras Blvd.
The Krewe’s sponsor, The Jugs Social Club has a rich heritage of civic activism, regularly donating funds to local schools, youth groups, and social programs. Each year a group of academic honor students is selected as guest riders in the parade.
- Year founded: 1951
- Membership: 625 male and female riders
- Number of floats: 26 floats
- Signature throw: signature Jug Man dolls