UVA’s Annual Mardi Gras Party
February 21, 2020 7:30 PM
You’ll be glad you came to the Stockyard’s Tavern Room! It’s Unbound Visual Arts’ 8th annual Mardi Gras and Art Sale. It’s the only Mardi Gras celebration with an arts theme in Greater Boston. It’s an evening of fun and celebration for all Unbound Visual Arts members, guests and friends at the very popular Stockyard Restaurant, 135 Market Street, Brighton.
There will be a live Mardi Gras jazz band, Uptown Rulers, complimentary appetizers, a full cash bar, an art sale and show of UVA member’s work, dancing, art slide show, a silent auction and a 50/50 raffle. Come and be part of the excitement.
Costumes are optional, but do wear the traditional Mardi Gras colors. The traditional colors are purple, green and gold. Green represents faith. Gold represents power. Purple represents justice. Mardi Gras masks, beads and feathers will be provided. Share a good time with artists and other art enthusiasts from throughout the area.
The Stockyard is conveniently located on the 86, 70 and 70A bus lines and it’s handicapped accessible. There is also ample free auto and bike parking in their on-site parking lot.
UVA Members, current and new, can participate in the art sale: https://www.unboundvisualarts.org/wp-content/uploads/UVA-8th-annual-Mardi-Gras-Art-Sale.pdf
Uptown Rulers is a local New Orleans style band led by featuring Chris Coughlin on keys. The other musicians may include Jess Fox and Scott Miller on a slew of Saxes, Scott Kremer on Bass, Philip Oullette & Ukumbwa Sauti on Drums.
Don’t know what Mardi Gras and Carnival is all about? No worries. Mardi Gras and Carnival is a huge worldwide secular celebration that happens every year during Winter to get us all ready for Spring. It’s really a big deal in New Orleans and most Latin American and many European countries.