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Gay easter in new orleans

Gay easter rabitGay Easter Parade at French Quarter, New Orleans is counted among the popular gay events held anywhere in the world. So, if you are planning to go on a gay travel, then do make this event a part of your itinerary.

This event is a great example of party spirit and creativity. To be a part of this event, you can bring with you summer suits, Easter bonnets, Easter dresses and even tuxedos. These are the dress code for the event.


In 2014, the 15th edition of the Gay Easter Parade will be hosted. The parade is scheduled to kick off at 4:30pm on April 20 on the Easter Sunday. Be ready to take part in this event. It will add to your experience of gay friendly travel for sure.

In 2012, the 13th edition of this annual official event was held in which the crowd was led by Easter Grand Marshals XIII Darwin Reed and Rhonda Roget. The collection from this event was $36,252. This amount was donated to Food For Friends.

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If you are looking for some gay travel destinations, surely New Orleans is the place that you should opt for. With innovative ways of enjoyments, the always offers you something you have never imagined.

With some of the best gay hotelshotels and a large LGBT community, you will never find yourself out of place on your visit to New Orleans during any time of the year. And if it is during Gay Easter Parade, you can put your money on some never-seen-before-experience that you will come across. Truly, New Orleans is the heaven for LGBT population, especially when it comes to the gay community, thanks to its diversity and creating amusement concepts. That the place is always ‘happening’ when it comes to LGBT fun is evident from the facts that the gay hotelshotels and bars, restaurants and spas, resorts and private bungalows are always brimming with tourists. You will feel the festivity in the air of the city all throughout the year.

Gay Easter New OrleansIn New Orleans, Easter presents a perfect opportunity for millinery ingenuity!

Whether religious or not, members of the GLBT community in New Orleans have plenty to do on Easter Sunday. During the day on any Sunday throughout the year, French Quarter gay bars normally have a relaxed, casual atmosphere with happy hour specials and some low-key entertainment—a counterpoint to the partying of Friday and Saturday nights. Easter Sunday takes that family-like feeling and brings it to the streets during the annual Gay Easter Parade.

Being nowhere near as wild or extravagant as a Mardi Gras parade, the Gay Easter Parade takes a leisurely route through the French Quarter, passing every gay bar and many gay-owned restaurants and retail shops. The paraders ride horse-drawn carriages or floats while wearing showy versions of their Sunday finest. Or a gaggle of motorcycle dudes in leather and Easter bonnets might roar by. As with any parade in New Orleans, spectators wave and call out for beads and other throws.

A couple of other parades also wind through the French Quarter on Easter Sunday, including Chris Owens’. Chris Owens is a big-haired, long-legged, Las Vegas-style entertainer whose club on Bourbon St. has been drawing in both tourists and locals for decades. She counts gays and lesbians among her fans, and her impressive “patriotic” parade directly precedes the gay parade.

There’s also the Easter Bonnet Contest at Good Friends Bar, a gay neighborhood bar on Dauphine St. Anyone can join in and some of the bonnet entries can get pretty outlandish. The crowd votes for the winners. Irving Berlin’s song from the classic musical Easter Parade is always on the lips of many people there.

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