Mardi Gras - Taste of Soulard in the Historic Soulard Neighborhood

Date: Feb 19, 2022 | Time: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

The 2022 St. Louis Mardi Gras presents "Taste of Soulard" at participating restaurants and pubs located throughout Historic Soulard. This is a self-guided tasting and pub crawl event available on two days: Saturday & Sunday, February 19th & 20th. Passes can be purchased at any of the participating establishment on either day of the event. Advance passes can be purchased on the website.

See website for more information on this event and ALL the other Mardi Gras festivities!

The Mardi Gras season begins on January 6th with the 12th Night Celebration and ends with the Grand Parade on Saturday, February 26th.

2022 Mardi Gras Schedule of Events:

January 6th | 5pm | 12th Night | Soulard Market Park-Bud Light Party Centre
January 22nd | 12-3pm | Family Winter Carnival (FREE!) | Soulard Market Park
January 29th | 12pm | Scavenger Hunt | Various locations in Soulard Neighborhood
February 5th | 11am-5pm | PAL Olympics | Soulard Market Park-Bud Light Party Centre
February 12th | 12-4pm | Cajun Cook-Off | Soulard Market Park
February 19th | Missouri Lottery 5K Run For Your Beads | 9am | Soulard - starts at 8th & Lafayette
February 19th | 11am-5pm | Taste of Soulard | various locations in Soulard Neighborhood
February 20th | 11am-5pm | Taste of Soulard | various locations in Soulard Neighborhood
February 20th | 1pm | Purina Pet Parade (spectators are FREE!) | starts at 12th & Allen (see route map on website)
February 20th | 1:45pm | Tito's Wiener Dog Derby (spectators are FREE!) | Soulard Market Park-Lumiere Place Stadium
February 25th | 7pm-Midnight | Mayor's Mardi Gras Ball | The Midway at Union Station
February 26th | 11am | Mardi Gras Grand Parade (spectators are FREE! | Begins at Busch Stadium, running along S. Broadway, ending at Anheuser-Busch Brewery (see route map on website)

For More Information:

Historic Soulard Neighborhood | Website

Soulard, a neighborhood in the St. Louis Historic District and on the National Register of Historic Places, is well known for its festive and sometimes rowdy Mardi Gras and Bastille Day celebrations. This south side neighborhood also has a wonderful restaurants, pubs and the historic Soulard Farmers Market.
Directions: The Soulard Neighborhood is located on the near Southside of the City of St. Louis and is bordered by Interstate 55 on the north and west; and Broadway on the east. From Downtown St. Louis take Broadway south into the neighborhood. From I-55, take Exit #206C/Arsenal Street and go east. From Gravois/Highway 30, take Arsenal, or Sidney, or Julia, east into the neighborhood.


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