Mardi Gras season parade cam: Watch Krewes of Iris, Tucks roll live

The Krewe of Tucks parades along the Uptown route in New Orleans on Saturday, February 10, 2018. Tucks is known for its toilet-themed throws, including toilet paper and plungers. (Photo by Brett Duke, | The Times-Picayune)

The Krewe of Iris, followed by the Krewe of Tucks, are rolling by the parade camera lens on Saturday (March 2) starting at 11 a.m. Parade cam will show each procession from start to finish.

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan, offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod and receiver Austin Carr will ride as grand marshals in the Tucks parade, the krewe announced Thursday. Former Saints players including Michael Lewis and Robert Meachem also will be featured on a float.

Cameron Jordan headlines Saints’ grand marshals in Tucks

The Krewe of Iris has lots of girly purple and pink throws that are not just cute but useful. Look for a clear umbrella decorated with little pictures of sunglasses, purple reflective aviator sunglasses (sunglasses are the krewe’s signature throw), big butterfly wings, a bag of purple glitter, a purple wine mug and plenty more.

The Krewe of Tucks’ theme this year is "Tucks Gets Sick.'' Look for throws that reflect the theme, such as a bandage, pill-bottle koozies and a stethoscope.

If you’re watching the parade cam, tweet using #paradecam to let us know where you are. We’ll even give you a shout out during the live stream. Better yet, share a photo or video with us on social media, and we’ll add it to our collection!

You can find us on Twitter and Instagram at @NOLAnews, or message us on the New Orleans Mardi Gras Facebook page. We’ll be talking to viewers and on social media throughout the parades.

Parade cam is set up at the intersection of Napoleon and St. Charles Avenues, right outside the doors of Fat Harry’s. It’s a prime spot for parade watching, and parade cam live streams everything.