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Mardi Gras

What is Mardi Gras?

“Mardi Gras” also known as Shrove Tuesday is last day of carnival. Carnival is celebrated with parades, fold dramas and feasting which occurs in between of 6th January every year and concludes on Ash Wednesday, which marks the arrival of fasting days of Lent.

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When is Mardi Gras in 2011?

Mardi Gras in 2011 is on Tuesday, 8th of March. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2012?

Mardi Gras in 2012 is on Tuesday, 21st of February. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2013?

Mardi Gras in 2013 is on Tuesday, 12th of February. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2014?

Mardi Gras in 2014 is on Tuesday, 4th of March. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2015?

Mardi Gras in 2015 is on Tuesday, 17th of February. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2016?

Mardi Gras in 2016 is on Tuesday, 9th of February. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2017?

Mardi Gras in 2017 is on Tuesday, 28th of February. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2018?

Mardi Gras in 2018 is on Tuesday, 13th of February. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2019?

Mardi Gras in 2019 is on Tuesday, 5th of March. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2020?

Mardi Gras in 2020 is on Tuesday, 25th of February. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2021?

Mardi Gras in 2021 is on Tuesday, 16th of February. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

When is Mardi Gras in 2022?

Mardi Gras in 2022 is on Tuesday, 1st of March. It is celebrated on the day before Ash Wednesday. It’s a final day of Carnival, the three day period preceding the beginning of Lent, the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday immediately before Ash Wednesday.

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