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Second Line Alert: Single Men

Today, Super Sunday festivities are kicking off at A.L. Davis Park. All the Mardi Gras Indians will be out today, but that does not mean that second lines are stopping. Today (3.19), the Single Men Social Aid & Pleasure Club is ready to strut. The parade will mark the group's 22nd anniversary. 


The Single Men start their march at 2PM at the Daiquiri Lounge (4201 Washington Avenue). The Stooges Brass Band will provide the soundtrack. 


The parade is dedicated to former Single Men President Nathaniel Willis, late brother Roosevelt Frith, and the late Debbie Weary, who dressed the Single Men for years. 


2017's Grand Marshal duties will be fulfilled by Single Men Members. Former Grand Marshal Big Daddy is a member this year along with Richie Rich, Ditty, Carl, Patrick, and the late Roosevelt and Big E and Lynn. Honorary members are Tish, Gabby, Queen, Danna, and Karen.


The club's motto is "Building something new on an old foundation." 


Route follows.

Start: Daiquiri Lounge 4201 Washington Ave, 

Out Washington Ave to S. Broad, left on S. Broad to M. L. King. Right on M. L. King to S. Galvez Street.

Stop: VIP Ladies & Kids SAPC 


Continue out S. Galvez to Earhart Blvd. Right on Earhart to Magnolia St. 

Stop: Compassionate Ladies Social Club


Continue on Magnolia to MLK. Left on MLK to S. Liberty St. Right on S. Liberty. 

Stop: Single Ladies SAPC (1614 S. Liberty St.) 


Continue out S. Liberty to Felicity St. Left on Felicity to Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. Right on O.C. Haley to Jackson Ave. 

Stop: Dumaine Street Gang SAPC


Continue out O.C. Haley to Phillip St. Right on Phillip then left on Danneel to Third St. 

Stop: Green Zebra Bar and Ladies of Unity SAPC  


Continue out Danneel to Washington Ave. Left on Washington to Baronne St. 

Stop: Verret's Bar and Sisters of Change SAPC


Continue out Washington to St. Charles Ave. Right on St. Charles to Delachaise St. Right on Delachaise to S. Saratoga St. Left on Saratoga St. to Foucher St. 

Disband: The Other Place Lounge (Saratoga & Foucher St.)  


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