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Since it was founded in 1781, New Orleans has marched to the beat of its own drum. For two centuries, those in control of the Louisiana state government have tried in vain to impose their prejudices on a city that is French, Spanish, Creole, African, Catholic, pagan and very gay (in both senses of the word). If nothing else, New Orleans knows how to throw a party, from the world-famous Mardi Gras to other, more specialized celebrations.
Southern Decadence Grand Marshals XXXIII Lisa Beaumann and Regina Adams Described by one reporter as "a happening of haberdashery fit for an LSD Alice in Wonderland," Southern Decadence 2010 will be as outrageous as ever and live up to its reputation as New Orleans' largest gay street fair. It all begins in earnest six weeks before Labor Day. However, the real party starts on the Wednesday before Labor Day, and the events are non-stop. It picks up steam daily as it nears Sunday's big street parade, which rivals New Orleans' gay Mardi Gras in scope, with the party lasting well into the day on Monday. Extreme Elegance Limousine Service offers airport transportation for Southern Decadence at rates as low as a taxi and lower than the New Orleans airport shuttle.
More information on the history of Southern Decadence is available at SouthernDecadence.net