Help us banish the Nain Rouge, that evil red dwarf with blazing red eyes and rotten teeth, who terrorizes the City of Detroit every year! This little bastard has been pranking residents for over 300-years.
Started in 2010 by Francis Grunow, the Marche du Nain Rouge is an annual Spring parade to banish the “red imp of doom!”
The Parade starts outside Traffic Jam & Snug (511 West Canfield St).
Join us as we march for about a mile down Cass Avenue, to the steps of the world’s largest Masonic Temple (500 Temple Street) where the festivities continue inside and outside.
Last year there were over 10,000+ people in the parade. Join us! Make sure you wear a mask or a full costume!
What: Detroit’s 10th Annual Marche du Nain Rouge Parade!
When: Sunday, March 24th, 2019
Where: starts outside Traffic Jam & Snug (511 W. Canfield, Detroit)
Dress: Mask, full costume, etc, the more DIY and creative, the better
Marche du Nain Rouge homepage