If you missed our Blackout & Gold Second Line Parade on February 3, you’ll want to be in this number. If you were part of that historic event, you’ll need no convincing to join us for the upcoming Black & Gold Second Line! Saints fans will come together to honor the team, led by T.B.C. Brass Band. This will be a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM official attempt for the title of largest ‘second line.’
The event has been created to celebrate the 2019 football season the way we ended last season, coming together to honor the unbreakable spirit of the New Orleans Saints and the team’s fans while showcasing the music and culture of the city.
We still have a few added surprises in the works, so be sure to follow the event poston Facebook for the latest details.
QUESTIONS?Click here for answers to frequently asked questions regarding this event.
LIMITED TIME OFFER
Want to help toward the efforts for the upcoming event? For a limited time, we are offering the exclusive “Unbreakable Spirit” hankies that commemorated the February 3 Blackout & Gold Second Line that made headline news around the world.
A limited number of these hankies are still available, while supplies last. Donations $25 for two, with free shipping and handling. Limit eight per order. Click link for secure credit card payment via Paypal.
The Black & Gold Second Line is presented by the fans, for the fans. This is not an official New Orleans Saints or NFL event.
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