You could win a beautiful one of a kind Jacket made for a Queen!
You could be the winner of a beautiful Pre Katrina KdV jacket previously owned by our own Kathy, Queen Inertia 2012. The Jacket was reimagined and has hand knitted sleeves, collar and other decorations by "Ms Linda", seamstress for Mrs Kathy, and other notable royalty.
This is your only chance to own this one of a kind piece of NOLA Mardi Gras history. This beautiful jacket was owned and worn by one of New Orleans most wonderful former Mardi Gras Queens who marched with T.O.K.I.N for 19 years until her death from breast cancer in March 2020. TOKIN and KDV lost our beloved Queen Kathy and wanted to share a piece of her royal couture to spread the joy of Mardi Gras which she had shared for her entire life."
We are offering this beautiful jacket to one lucky entrant! All proceeds will benefit the local artists and musicians who make our parade the wacky wonderful "Only in New Orleans" parade that it is every year. KdV is Non Profit and tickets maybe tax deductible.
Ticket sales will continue until 11:59PM on February 12, 2022 right after the parade during the post parade party at midnight the computer will pick a winner from all the entries.
The more $$ you spend the better your odds and the cheaper your tickets get!
Tickets start at $.50 each and go as low as only $.05 for a chance at a one of a kind Krewe du Vieux denim jacket. Lee Brand size L although it sure seems to be XL.
Donations Will Benefit TOKIN - Drawing Date: February 12, 2022 @ 11:59 pm CST
The Krewe du Vieux is a non-profit organization dedicated to the historical and traditional concept of a Mardi Gras parade as a venue for individual creative expression and satirical comment. It is unique among all Mardi Gras parades in the city because it alone carries on the old traditions of Carnival celebrations, by using decorated mule-drawn floats with satirical themes, accompanied by costumed revelers dancing in the streets to the sounds of jazzy street musicians. We believe in exposing the world to the true nature of Mardi Gras—and in exposing ourselves to the world.