The Mardi Gras Indians are something of an elusive phenomenon in New Orleans. If you’re lucky enough to catch them on Mardi Gras Day, Jazz Fest or any other time they make a public appearance, you’ll be witnessing generations of distinct New Orleans culture and history manifested. The one time they all gather in the same place is on Super Sunday to reveal their intricate suits with extravagant headdresses and parade through the streets of New Orleans. Super Sunday takes place every third Sunday in March from noon until dusk, starting at A.L. Davis Park in Central City.
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