Our next ride is February 14, 2021
Valentine’s Day!

We will be moving to a new web presence –
please check back in April to have a peak!



Our Parade Route

  • The Krewe of Okeanos parade will start throwing at the intersection of Jefferson Avenue and Magazine Street in the Upper Garden District.
  • The parade will proceed east along Magazine until Napoleon Avenue.
  • We will follow Napoleon Ave north until St. Charles Avenue.
  • The krewe will follow St. Charles Ave east, go around Lee Circle, and continue on St. Charles to Gallier Hall.
  • At Gallier Hall the King will toast his Queen and the Mayor.
  • The parade will continue on St. Charles until Canal St, then turns south towards Tchoupitoulas.
  • The parade will turn west on Tchoupitoulas and we stop throwing at Poydras Street.



2020/2012 Calendar of Events

General Meeting with Family & Friends Fish FryPlanned for Summer 2020
Annual Golf TournamentPlanned for Fall 2020 
Okeanos Stakes – Planned for December 2020
Coronation BallPlanned for January 2021
Den Open HouseWill be Sunday after the Ball
Past Queens’s Luncheon Planned for February 2021
Past King’s LuncheonPlanned for February 2021

King’s Party – Friday, February 12, 2021
Load Floats at Den
Come see the fully decorated floats, find your riding position and buy additional throws!
* Friday, February 12, 2021 – 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM
* Saturday, February 13, 2021 – 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM
Our ParadeSunday, February 14, 2021 – Meet at 7:30 AM

Join the Krewe of Okeanos

Membership Applications for our 2021 ride will be accepted as part of our new web presence on April!


The online store is now CLOSED!!!! 

We will open the Store as part of the new web presence in April!


The Picture Store is OPEN! 

The Krewe of Okeanos is proud to present our new
online photo album. Pictures from the Ball have
already been loaded, and the pictures from Parade Day
will be added as soon as they are available.
Go To The Picture Store

About the Krewe of Okeanos

Okeanos is a New Orleans Original

The Krewe of Okeanos is a New Orleans Mardi Gras Parading Krewe organized in 1949 by civic-minded business leaders who were eager to bring a Carnival parade to St. Claude Avenue, their neighborhood’s main street. The club is named for the Greek god of oceans and fertile valleys and is sponsored by the Sonaeko (Okeanos spelled backwards) Club.

Okeanos presented its first ball and parade in 1950. The original parade route has changed, we now roll on the extended Uptown Route. In place of the traditional ball masque, the club presents an elegant Coronation Ball at which its King is presented and his Queen is selected by random draw during the Ball.

Contact Us


Drop us a line using the form below and a member of the Okeanos will reply as soon as possible.