Mardi Gras Parade Cam: Watch the krewes of Femme Fatale, King Arthur, Carrollton and Alla roll live

Float riders toss plastic horns during the Krewe of Carrollton 2018 parade Sunday (Feb. 4) in Uptown.

Float riders toss plastic horns during the Krewe of Carrollton 2018 parade Sunday (Feb. 4) in Uptown.

The krewe of Femme Fatale, King Arthur, Carrollton and Alla will roll back-to-back by the ParadeCam lens Sunday, February 24, 2019.

Parade Cam will go live at 11 a.m. CT and will broadcast each parade from start to finish. Note, video of the early Sunday parades is at the end of the post.

Each of the krewes has signature, hand-decorated throws to be on the lookout for.

The signature throws for Femme Fatale, an all-women krewe, are hand-decorated compacts.

The Krewe of King Arthur throws hand-decorated grails.

The Krewe of Alla's signature throws are decorated genie lamps.

The Krewe of Carrollton’s signature throw is hand-decorated shrimp.

If you’re watching Parade Cam, tweet using #paradecam to let us know where you are. We’ll even give you a shout out on air. 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 on air and on social media throughout the parades.

Parade Cam is set up at the corner 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.

Watch the floats, marching bands, dance teams and flying beads all in real time. It’s almost like you’re there!