NOPD officers have obtained an arrest warrant for Cecil Spencer, 38, in connection with a second-line parade that violated the mandates in place during the current public health crisis. The leader of the band playing during the gathering, tuba player Clifton Smith, was issued a summons for his participation in the event. On Saturday (March 28) around 4:30 p.m., officers responded to reports that a large gathering was taking place in the 3000 block of Audubon Street. A brass band band was playing and about 100 individuals were attending a funeral repast at the location, the NOPD said. Officers asked the event organizers to shut down the event, but they refused.
The VIP Ladies and Kids Social Aid & Pleasure Club will hold its 2020 second-line on Sunday in the Central City, Lower Garden District, Garden District and Milan neighborhoods. The theme is DENIM, for Deconstruction, Elevation, Naturalistic, Indigo, Motivation. The event flier names three brass bands: Big Six, Da Truth and Sporty’s. The second-line will kick off at 12:30 p.m. from the Neutral Ground Bar and Grill on Clio Street and disband at about 4:30 p.m. at Tapps II on Rocheblave Street. The route is below.
The Ladies & Men of Unity will second-line Sunday (Jan. 26) through the Central City, Hoffman Triangle and Broadmoor neighborhoods. The procession will take place from 1 to 5 p.m., beginning and ending at Sportsman’s Corner in Central City. Traffic will be restricted along the route below. Expect road closures and traffic delays during the event.
The Lady and Men Rollers Social Aid and Pleasure Club is holding its annual second-line on Sunday afternoon. The parade will feature The Truth Brass Band. The club, headed by Linda “The YakaMein Lady” Green, will second-line from 1 to 5 p.m. Lineup is at 12:45 p.m. at St. Charles Avenue and Washington. Parking enforcement personnel will be monitoring the area for illegal parking.
The New Generation Social Aid & Pleasure Club is holding its annual second-line today, Dec. 8. from noon to 4 p.m. The parade features the Hot 8 Brass Band. Streets in Central City, Hoffman Triangle and Broadmoor will be impacted. Parking enforcement personnel will be monitoring the area for illegal parking.
The Original New Orleans Lady & Men Buckjumpers second-line, one of the season’s most popular, is happening this Sunday. The social aid and pleasure clubs’ members will line up at 11:30 a.m. at Verret’s Lounge, 1738 Washington Ave., and the parade will begin at noon. It will travel the Central City, Milan, Broadmoor, Gert Town, Marlyville and Fontainbleu neighborhoods. The parade will disband at 5 p.m.
Parking enforcement personnel will be monitoring the area. Call 504-658-8100 to report illegal parking. Traffic will be restricted in all affected neighborhoods along the route below.
The We Are One Social Aid and Pleasure Club Second Line is holding its annual second-line in Central City on Sunday from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Formation will begin at noon. The parade will follow the route below. Traffic will be restricted along the route. START 3320 Baronne Street
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The Original Four Social Aid and Pleasure Club will second-line Sunday from Treme to Central City. The parade will begin in Treme at 1 p.m., with lineup at 12:45 p.m., and end in Central City at 5 p.m.
Parking enforcement personnel will be monitoring the area for illegal parking. Call 504-658-8100 if you are affected by illegal parking. RTA routes may experience delays or detours during the event. All RTA service alerts, updates, and detours can also be accessed by downloading the RTA’s GoMobile app.
The Prince of Wales Social Aid and Pleasure Club is holding its 91st annual second-line on Sunday afternoon. The theme of the parade is “1619 to 2019, and still we rise,” in recognition of the year the first slave ship arrived in Jamestown, Virginia. The club will second-line through the Irish Channel, East Riverside, Touro, Milan, Central City and the the Garden District from 1 to 5 p.m.
Parking enforcement personnel will be monitoring the area for illegal parking. Call 504-658-8100 if you are affected by illegal parking. RTA routes may experience delays or detours during the event.
The Young Men Olympian Junior Benevolent Association will present its second-line on Sunday afternoon. It is the group’s 135th annual parade. The social aid and pleasure club club was established in 1884 and puts on one of the biggest parades of the season. The 2019 parade begins and ends at the club’s Norman Dixon Sr. Clubhouse at 2101 S. Liberty St., with stops at the Sportsman’s Lounge at Second and Dryades streets, the Big Man Lounge on Louisiana and PeeWee’s Crabcakes on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. The four-hour parade begins at 1 sharp and ends at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept.