Krewe of Boheme is a walking parade that was high energy and how could it not be as New Orleans native Tarriona Ball, also known as “Tanks” singer poet extraordinaire of Tank and the Bangas was the queen of the parade.
With a soaring twenties theme, the spectacular celebrated its second year. It lined up on Franklin Avenue and marched through Marigny and the French Quarter.
The basis of the parade was to throw out conventional standards and embrace artistic and literary interests. Their goal is to present a visual and auditory feast of mystery, artistry and fun.
Walking krewes included Krewe of Goddesses, Krewe of R.U.M. (Really Unsophisticated Men), The Merry Antoinettes, Krewe of S.L.U.T.S. (Sexy Ladies Up to Something) and many more. Throws included everything from hand-decorated cups to small pouches of red beans and rice and cookies.