They reached a conclusion as to how they could bring Mardi Gras Bead me and tell me I’m pretty shirt, Mardi Gras, back from the treacherous track that seemed to be headed straight to the grave: they were going to create a giant spectacle! A spectacle ruled by a god… a god of “festivity, revels and nocturnal dalliances”. How fitting representation for this event would be the son and cup-bearer of the god Bacchus, a God whose festivals had men and women exchanging clothes and whose representation was that of an inebriated young man ruling a kingdom of excess with not a scepter, but a cup. Brilliant. No other word is more fitting for that first appearance of Comus and his Mistick Krewe.
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On Mardi Gras evening in 1857, Mardi Gras Bead me and tell me I’m pretty shirt a menagerie of masked men marched across what is today downtown New Orleans depicting the theme they had chosen for their evening: “Demon Actors from Milton’s Paradise Lost.” The procession contained two floats, one carrying Satan, the other carrying the group’s chosen monarch and deity, Comus. The parade was lit by many flambeaux, rallied the onlookers into excitement, and ended at the location of its very elaborate, by-invitation-only ball, to which more than three thousand invitations were granted.