Mardi Gras on the Island ...
The white sands of Pensacola Beach are a back drop for the purple, green and gold of Mardi Gras- a colorful cast of characters stages parades and parties islandwide. Merriment abounds. The magic of Mardi Gras has cast a spell over the island and its carefree inhabitants. Whether you are here for an hour or a lifetime, you will find everything you need to know about Pensacola Beach's Mardi Gras events,  parties and parades - right here.  Celebrate with us daily.
Mardi Gras Maven

Oh Sweet Queen...wear your tiara proudly to all your krewe's functions. You are the Queen! When you are attending a party or event hosted by another krewe, you should leave your rhinestone crowns at home. Let that Lady rule the day! Same goes for guys. It's great to be King!
Exceptions to the tiara rule are at an "all krewe" party or parade; and at a King's Supper or Queen's Dinner where you are invited to represent your krewe.
When in doubt, ask the host or hostess. Bon temps! 

The Wrecks meet every Monday until Mardi Gras. For the schedule details, Click Here.


Click Here for THE GOOD TIMES ... a guide to the Beach Mardi Gras published by Island Times.

Featured Event

Mardi Gras Shrimp Boil - Dave Kelley says wear Mardi Gras colors and have a plate of shrimp and a cold beer - FREE. Sabine Sandbar, SUN JAN 25 at 3 p.m.


Furry and Fantastic - Black Dawg and Pirate Pete are barking out orders to "walk the plank." Kids and Kritters parade, Saturday, February 7 at 2 p.m. Entry fee is $5 for pets. Kids are free. Click here for  more