NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - New Orleans always has something to do and this weekend is no different.
There are three parades across the area. In the French Quarter, the St. Joseph's Day parade will take place Saturday at 6 p.m.
The parade will host 16 floats, nine marching bands and many men dressed in tuxedos. It will get started from Canal and Chartres, turn onto St. Peters, down Royal St., a right on Bienville to Bourbon, march onto Toulouse, to Decatur, down Canal, back on St. Peters before ending on Poydras.
A St. Patrick's Day parade will roll through Metairie Sunday at noon.
The parade will start in front of Rummel High School on Severn Ave. and head down Metairie Rd. before stopping on Focis at Canal.
In Slidell, the 45th annual Olde Towne Slidell Association St. Patrick's Day parade will begin Sunday, March 11th for 1 p.m. in front of City Hall.
It will travel to Fremaux and take a left onto Front st., onto Carey at Pontchartrain, a right on Front and Robert Streets, crossing Carey before ending on First Street and back to City Hall.
For more information on this weekend's parades, head to our NOLA Weekend section.