Mardi Gras on The Roof
From the venue:
Friday March 1 – 3pm – 11pm (21+ only after 5pm)
Saturday March 2 – 11am – 11pm (Family fun: 11am – 2pm; Crawfish Boil: 3pm – 7pm; 21+ only after 5pm)
Sunday March 3 – 12pm – 9pm (Family fun: 12pm – 4pm)
The entire weekend will be dedicated to all things New Orleans. Throughout the weekend, all three bars on The Roof will feature a Crescent City-inspired cocktail menu, including The Original Hurricane, French 75 and Sazerac. Several Cajun food favorites, including gumbo and muffuletta sliders, will also be available at Skyline Park. In addition, 9 Mile station will be serving up gulf oysters with Tabasco and Abita beer mignonette.
For those who want an extra taste of Mardi Gras, there will be a crawfish boil with all the lowcountry fixings from 3pm – 7pm Saturday afternoon. In addition to whole crawfish and andouille, there will be a sausage and chicken boil as well as a sides station, including hush puppies, Hoppin’ John, red beans and rice and king cake. Tickets for the crawfish boil include admission to The Roof and must be purchased separately for $55 per adult and $27 per child,
And no true Mardi Gras party would be complete without live entertainment. There will be face painters, balloon artists and Mardi Gras crafts for the kids on Saturday and Sunday. The rest of the weekend will feature palm and tarot card readers, dancers, a DJ and an ornate parade float to serve as a backdrop for Instagrammable moments. Additionally, New Orleans-style brass band Funk Cake will perform Friday and Saturday during the crawfish boil, and there will be a jazz brunch with the musical stylings of Trio Jockamo at 9 Mile Station on Sunday from noon to 3pm. As well as a costume contest in your best Mardi Gras getup.
One-day admission ticket: $15 per person.
Crawfish Boil Tickets (includes admission to The Roof): $55 per adult and $27 per child