Our Coverage of Mardi Gras 2020
  Mobile Mask covered as many area Mardi Gras parades and events as we could.
  Keep a watch on our Facebook page or our Twitter feed. When our photos and video of the parades have been posted, we announce it there.
  Or click on "Parading Groups" in the column on the left, then click on the group you're interested in, and you'll land on our page for that group. There you'll find links to the latest photos and video, if they've been posted.
  We are working hard to get all of our coverage up on the site, and Mobile Mask is the only place where you can see virtually the entire parade with photos or video. Editing all of that takes a while.
  But we will eventually get them all posted!


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And Our Coverage of Mardi Gras 2019
  Mobile Mask covered 49 Mardi Gras parades and events in 2019. We shot 13,605 photos. From that, we posted a total of 2,375 photos. In addition, photographer Miriam Albin covered another seven parades for us, and sent in 381 photos.
  From all of that, we pulled close to 200 of the best photos of the season and put them together in a Best Of gallery that you can access by clicking on the image below.
  We also shot HD video of 40 parades and posted them on our YouTube channel. If you'd like to view our Best Of video, made up of dozens and dozens of small clips from those parades, click HERE. While you're there, check out our channel - or just click HERE. If you have a YouTube membership, make sure you subscribe to our channel so you can be among the first to see videos as soon as we post them.

Still Available!
  The 2020 issue of Mobile Mask magazine - our eighth ever - was on sale throughout the Mardi Gras season, but we have since pulled it from virtually all of those stores.
  Toomey's will carry the 2020 issue until the 2021 issue comes out - which we are working on now!
  We have also shut down the ability to order a magazine through this web site.

Get the app!
   The Mobile Mask app - the first dedicated solely to Mardi Gras in south Alabama - is available through the Google Play store and iTunes. It works on tablets and phones. Parade schedule, routes, ball listings, and so much more!
   Oh, yeah, and it's FREE! What are you waiting for? Install that puppy NOW!

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