The Ladies of Unity Social Aid and Pleasure Club will present its second-line parade on Sunday, Jan. 27, from 1 to 5 p.m. through the Central City, Hoffman Triangle and Broadmoor neighborhoods. The parade will begin and end at Second and Dryades streets.
The 2019 Perfect Gentlemen second-line will take place Sunday, Jan. 6, through the Central Business District, the Warehouse District and the Central City, Garden District, Milan and Broadmoor neighborhoods.
Traffic will be restricted along the route below. Expect road closures and traffic delays during the event. RTA services might be interrupted during this event as well.
The 2018 Lady and Men Rollers second-line will parade Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Central City, Hoffman Triangle, Broadmoor, Garden District and Milan neighborhoods. The social aid and pleasure clubs are marching with the Grammy-winning Hot 8 Brass Band.
Traffic will be restricted along the route below, so expect road closures and traffic delays in the afternoon. RTA services might be interrupted during the parade as well.
The Men and Ladies of Class will start their 2012 second line Sunday at 1 p.m. at The Yacht Club, 540 South Broad Street, make a long loop through Central City, and end up back where it started four hours later, according to Big Red Cotton’s post at Gambit.
Starting at 1 p.m. Sunday, the Prince of Wales and Lady Wales social aid and pleasure clubs will make their annual second line up Magazine, through Central City and into the Garden District, with stops at a snowball stand and Commander’s Palace, according to a post by Big Red Cotton at Gambit.
The Divine Ladies and the Hot 8 Brass Band will second line through Central City on Sunday, starting at St. Charles and Jackson at 1 p.m. and finishing in the Hoffman Triangle.
The Pigeontown Steppers held their annual Easter Sunday second line through Broadmoor, Gert Town, Hollygrove and Carrollton on Sunday, and were joined by the Stooges Brass Band and the Young Hunters Mardi Gras Indians.
The Pigeontown Steppers’ annual Easter Sunday second line starts at 1 p.m. near the corner of Louisiana and Claiborne avenues, rolls around Broadmoor on Toledano, Washington and Earhart before passing through several neighborhoods around Carrollton Avenue — including a stop late in the afternoon at the Maple Leaf on Oak Street. Music will be provided by the Stooges Brass Band.
The VIP Ladies and Kids Social Aid & Pleasure Club Task Force will hold their ninth annual second line Sunday, starting at noon at Tapp’s II Lounge at Washington and South Rocheblave in the Hoffman Triangle area, then heading down to the Milan neighborhood, onto St. Charles Avenue for a few blocks, and back up through Central City to end where it started.
The Ladies and Men of Unity second line will roll through Central City and Milan starting at noon Sunday at the Turning Point Lounge on Washington Avenue, according to Gambit’s Red Cotton, who also provides turn-by-turn directions and a video from 2010.
Perfect Gentlemen Social Aid and Pleasure Club president Travis Lyons will be the lone member of his club Sunday to roll from Canal Street through Central City and into Broadmoor, but with the support of the TBC Brass Band, Lyons plans to carry the day in style, reports Gambit’s Red Cotton.
The Lady Rollers will take a long lap Saturday up Tchoupitoulas and around Louisiana Avenue, starting the second-line at Tipitina’s at noon and ending there four hours later. The One Mind Brass Band will provide music, and the the Partyline Steppers, the Camel Toe Steppers and the Pussyfooters will all be participating.
The Original Lady Buckjumpers and three of their favorite brass bands will make a long tour of several Uptown New Orleans neighborhoods at their second-line Sunday, according to a route map at Offbeat.com.
The We Are One second line and the Stooges Brass Band will start at noon Sunday at the Turning Point Lounge at Washington and Baronne and return there to disband four hours later, according to the WWOZ events calendar.