YOUNGSVILLE’S MAYOR KEN RITTER ANNOUNCED TODAY, The City of Youngsville’s official start to their Mardi Gras Season will kick-off on the 12th Day of Christmas, Monday January 6, 2020 with the raising of Krewe Des Amis and Krewe La Vie Doux’s Mardi Gras flags. Please join city officials and our two city Krewes for this celebration. The flags will be raised at 11am at Youngsville City Hall, 305 Iberia Street.
This event will also signify the first day Mardi Gras permits will be issued for participation in the Youngsville Mardi Gras Parade to be held Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 11am.
Mayor Ritter stated, “I am pleased to announce that our newly elected Lafayette Parish Mayor President Josh Guillory and his wife Jamie will lead this year’s parade as Grand Marshal.” The Parade will take the same route this year, starting at the Youngsville Sports Complex on Savoy Road and ending at the Sports Complex.
This year’s parade will also coincide with Mardi Gras Mambo 2020. Mardi Gras Mambo is an NCAA Division 1 women’s softball tournament held at the Youngsville Sports complex February 21st-February 23rd. The Mardi Gras Mambo will feature 13 teams from around the country and over 400 players. Seven participating teams are scheduled to ride in the parade.
MAYOR RITTER SAID, “The City of Youngsville is proud to continue offering this family friendly parade and we look forward to hosting a collegiate softball tournament the same weekend. We look forward to seeing you on February 22, 2020 in Youngsville Where Life Is Sweeter!”
Prior to the parade, permits can be purchased at Youngsville City Hall, Monday – Friday from 7:30am – 4:0pm. Parade permits for floats are $250 until February 9, 2020. After February 9, 2020, float permits will be $300. Single vehicles are $150. Save time and pre-register ONLINE HERE.
More details are available at Youngsville City Hall, 305 Iberia Street, Youngsville, Louisiana, 337-856-4181.