HALLOWEEN, New Orleans, 2013 - Molly’s at the Market is proud to announce the return of Jim Monaghan’s Halloween Parade on Thursday, October 31, 2013. Rolling through the French Quarter every Halloween since 1995, this parade has come to be a cornerstone of the holiday widely considered in New Orleans to be “Mardi Gras for the Locals.” Featuring costumed riders in horse-drawn carriages hurling Halloween-themed throws, the parade will be accompanied by local marching organizations and bands.
Gathering at Molly’s At The Market (1107 Decatur Street) at 6:00pm and departing at 6:30, the parade will proceed through the French Quarter to The Erin Rose at 811 Conti Street via Decatur, Bienville and Burgundy Street. The parade will pause for 30 minutes at The Erin Rose to refill drinks and conduct a no-holds-barred costume contest. From there, it’s a straight shot through the heart of the French Quarter’s world-famous Bourbon Street and back to home base at Molly’s.
To purchase tickets to ride, please visit www.mollysatthemarket.net/halloween.
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