- The Krewe of Poseidon parade will start at the intersection of Berkley Street and Spartan Drive in Slidell, Louisiana.
- The parade will follow Spartan Drive northwest to Highway 11, where it will turn northeast.
- The parade will follow Highway 11 all the way up to Gause Blvd., where it will proceed east on Gause.
- The Krewe of Poseidon will proceed through town just past the intersection of Gause and Kensington Boulevard, where the parade will end.
What better name than “Poseidon” for a krewe in Slidell, a community surrounded by water. The co-ed Krewe of Poseidon, named after the Greek god of the sea, earthquakes, and horses, has grown to be one of the largest krewes on the Northshore. They typically roll with 700 riders and 25 floats, including super floats, tandems, and doubles. Poseidon prides itself on offering keepsake throws, including tridents, medallion beads, footballs, doubloons, and cups. Expect to catch lots of “light-ups” along with beach towels, t-shirts, crawfish trays, bottle openers, and krewe socks. When you attend the Krewe of Poseidon parade, you can expect to catch something out of the ordinary. In 2024, LSU baseball hero/ National Champion Brayden Jobert will serve as Grand Marshal.
Along with being committed to fun, the Krewe of Poseidon is dedicated to supporting the Slidell community. They do so through the promotion of social interaction and philanthropy.