PLEASE NOTE: There will be no New Orleans parades in 2021 due to Covid.
- The Krewe of Okeanos parade will start at the intersection of Jefferson Avenue and Magazine Street in New Orleans.
- The parade will proceed east along Magazine until Napoleon Avenue, where the krewe will turn north (left).
- The Krewe of Okeanos will follow Napoleon north until St. Charles Avenue, where the parade will turn east (right).
- The krewe will follow St. Charles all the way to Lee Circle, around the circle and back on St. Charles northward to Canal Street.
- At Canal, the parade turn southeast (right).
- At the interesection of Canal and Tchoupitoulas Street, the parade will turn south (right) on Tchoupitoulas.
- The parade continues on Tchoupitoulas and ends at Poydras St.
Founded in 1949, the Krewe of Okeanos is named for the Greek god of oceans and fertile valleys. It is sponsored by the Sonaeko Club (that’s Okeanos spelled backwards)
Okeanos was originally formed to create a neighborhood parade on St. Claude. It later moved to the traditional Uptown/Downtown route on St. Charles Avenue.
With more than 300 male and female riders, Okeanos is known for its elaborately-costumed captain and king. In place of a traditional ball masque, the club presents an elegant Coronation Ball, where the king is presented. (The queen is selected by random draw during the ball).
- Year founded: 1949
- Membership: 320 members
- Number of floats: 23 floats