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To see Mobile Mask's exclusive video from 2013, showing members of the Knights of Revelry inflating and treating cow bladders for Mardi Gras, click HERE.

 The Magazine

  • So, you want to know where in the Mobile area you can buy some magazines? Simply click HERE for the full list of stores.
  • The 2020 magazine is also available through this web site. Simply click HERE, and it will take, like, one minute to order your very own copy or two of Mobile Mask magazine.
  • For those who have the magazine (thank you) and are looking for the "Magazine Extras" mentioned in the magazine, you'll find them just below.

To see Mobile Mask's exclusive video of DREAD performing at the Merry Widow in the fall of 2018, click HERE.

Sometimes changes are made after our publishing deadline, additions are made, things are called to our attention, etc. Here's what we know now:

  • The Krewe de Secondline has a new new parading day. This practically brand-new group was told that it would have to figure out a new parading day following its first procession on Joe Cain Day 2019. So the Krewe selected MOM night, behind the Krewe of Marry Mates, and that's what the Mask published in the 2020 magazine. However, the Mobile Police Department told KDS late in the process that it could not have that parading spot either and would have to parade behind the Crewe of Columbus on February 21. Our parade schedule on the web site and the app now reflect that change.
  • The Eastern Shore Carnival Association will be holding its second annual ball on February 15 at the Daphne Civic Center. Our ball schedule on the web site and the app now include that event.
  • The Budweiser Clydesdales added a fourth parade appearance after our publication date. The team will also lead the Maids of Jubilee parade in Fairhope on February 21, followed by the other three dates that are listed in the magazine.
  • A new little parade has formed down on the narrow strip of sand known as Fort Morgan. This will be the second year for the Fort Morgan Parading Society, a hearty band of locals who parade down Ponce de Leon Court, from Triple Tail Lane to Bernard Court East. The parade, scheduled for Joe Cain Day, February 23, at 1 p.m., consists of decorated cars, golf carts, ATVs and the like. It was founded by Gail Pierce, a former Daphne resident, who wanted to bring some Mardi Gras to the seashore, especially for the snowbirds.

2018 Magazine Extras

To see a gallery of photos related to Patricia Halsell-Richardson and her work, click HERE.

Coming Soon!

Changes and Additions

2019 Magazine Extras

2020 Magazine Extras

To see a gallery of photos of old Floral Parades in downtown Mobile, click HERE.

To see Mobile Mask's exclusive video, "This is Blow House," click HERE.