||Krewe organized in 1999
In 2004, Pygmalion marched on Friday 13th, marking the occasion with a special glow-in-the-dark cup.
|250 male and female riders
17 floats, 10 marching bands
|Look for 3D medallion beads, cups, and doubloons.
by a group of Carnival veterans to provide a high-quality parade for
the first week of the season, Pygmalion takes its name from the Greek
legend of a Cypress king who sculpts a statue of the sea nymph
Galatea. So real and beautiful is the statue to Pygmalion, he
falls helplessly in love with it and spends the rest of his life
| This krewe shares a Greek theme with the krewes of Adonis, Aphrodite, Argus,
| This krewe shares a theme of romantic gods with Aphrodite,
Adonis, Endymion, Muses, and Oshun.