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 The Krewe of Excalibur (Jefferson Parish)
The Krewe of Excalibur
Krewe organized in 2000
325 male and female riders
20 floats
10 marching bands
King, Queen
Look for float-specific medallion beads, cups, baseball caps, and stuffed swords.
The parade is led by a "dink" (riderless) float depicting the sword Excalibur being drawn from a stone.
Led by a procession of fully-suited knights on horseback, the Krewe of Excalibur takes its name from the fabled sword of Arthurian legend.  This krewe features a number of animated floats in its coterie, and has already developed a following with fans in Jefferson parish.
This krewe shares an Ancient Briton theme This krewe shares a medieval Briton theme with the krewes of King Arthur , Ancient Druids, and Tucks.

Adonis Aladdin Alla Aphrodite
Aquila Arabi
Argus Atlas Babylon Bacchus Bards Caesar
Carrollton Centurions Chaos Choctaw Cleopatra d'Etat
Druids Endymion Excalibur Gladiators Grela Hermes
Iris Isis Jason King Arthur L'il Rascals Mercury
Mid-City Morpheus Muses Napoleon NOMTOC Okeanos
Orpheus Oshun Pegasus Pontchartrain Proteus Pygmalion
Rex Rhea Saturn Shangri-La Sparta Thor
Thoth Tucks du Vieux Zeus Zulu

Elks
Orleanians

Elks
Jeffersonians

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Krewe of
Jefferson



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