New Orleans is filled with several traditions that make its culture a metaphorical pot full of gumbo.
This upcoming Sunday, March 19, marks Super Sunday, which is a day where Uptown Mardi Gras Indians hold processionals throughout the city. This year, marks 299 years of documented history of Mardi Gras Indian tradition in New Orleans.
In fact, this Sunday the Mardi Gras Indian Council will host the largest Mardi Gras Indian processional in Central City.
While Super Sunday is days away, there is still time to learn about the historic New Orleans tradition. Here is a map of four different locations that display Mardi Gras Indian Arts, and offer information on the unique history of one of New Orleans' longest living traditions.