Mardi Gras events in Dallas-Fort Worth

Fat Tuesday is today and there have already been many celebrations taking place over the weekend in order to celebrate. Mardi Gras literally means Fat Tuesday and it was originated as a way for people to eat a lot of rich foods the day before fasting for the Lenten season.

According to Pegasus News, the Mardi Gras celebration begins days even a week before Fat Tuesday and many places in the Dallas area celebrated at the Mardi Gras Oak Cliffs celebration this weekend.

The Bishop Arts District parade and crawfish boil usually brings in thousands of people to the area.  Other festivals in the area include, the Dash for Beads run, the OCarnivale  Masquerade Ball and  the Lake Dallas Mardi Gras Celebration.

The Dallas criminal defense lawyers of the Law Office of Mark T. Lassiter are wishing you and your family a safe and fun Mardi Gras.

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