If you missed our Blackout & Gold Second Line Parade on February 3, here’s an opportunity to be part of a continued celebration. It’s the Black & Gold Second Line parade, a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM official attempt for the title of largest ‘second line.’
The Black & Gold Second Line parade will be held in New Orleans City Park’s Roosevelt Mall on Sunday, Nov. 3 at noon. (It’s a bye week, so come get your Saints fix!) The event has been created to revel in 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 authentic 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.
TICKET OPTIONS AVAILABLE
EARLYBIRD TICKETS – $20. Available through Sept. 6, 11:59 pm. Get the Premium Admission package at the General Admission price! Save $5. Includes dedicated Express Check-in line, commemorative event handkerchief, keepsake racer bib and all ticket fees. Please note that the handkerchief and bib are not available for individual purchase or shipping.
GENERAL ADMISSION – $20. Available Sept. 7, 12 am through Sept. 30, 11:59 pm. Includes keepsake racer bib and all ticket fees. Please note that the racer bib is not available for individual purchase or shipping. General Admission tickets Oct. 1, 12 am through Nov. 1, 12 pm: $25.
PREMIUM ADMISSION – $25. Available Sept. 7, 12 am through Sept. 30, 11:59 pm. Includes dedicated Express Check-in line, commemorative event handkerchief, keepsake racer bib and all ticket fees. Please note that the handkerchief and bib are not available for individual purchase or shipping. Premium Admission tickets Oct. 1, 12 am through Nov. 1, 12 pm.: $30.
AT THE GATE – $50. A very limited number of tickets will be available at the gate. Includes keepsake racer bib. No ticket fees.
VIP EVENT PACKAGE – $125 Available through Oct. 10, 11:59 pm. For the fans who want it all, we’re offering a limited number of VIP Event Packages. Includes one VIP Admission ticket with dedicated VIP Check In line, commemorative event hankie, keepsake racer bib, Black & Gold Second Line event t-shirt, and all ticket fees, plus aGUINNESS WORLD RECORDS Medallion and a personalized GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS Certificate of Participation.
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM Medallion – This polished brass finish commemorative medallion is stamped with the “Official Attempt” logo and includes a navy blue lanyard, printed on one side with the “Official Attempt” words and logo in white.
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM Certificate of Participation, provided day of event only, if record is achieved. The Certificate of Participation is a great way to show how you earned your place in the record books! The certificate measures 5.83″ x 8.27″ and is embossed with an exclusive GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS foil stamp substantiating its authenticity. The personalized Certificate of Participation will be presented in a commemorative GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS folder. –At time of purchase, please list name exactly as you wish it to appear on certificate.–
Due to licensing restrictions, event gifts cannot be mailed; they are offered only for pick up the day of the event. All items except the Certificate of Participation will be presented prior to the Second Line procession. The certificate is available for pickup immediately following the event.
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The Black & Gold Second Line is a fan based initiative. This is not an official New Orleans Saints or NFL event.
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