New Orleans, Louisiana (PRWEB) January 19, 2008
It is that time of year again, the time between Christmas and Lent that is dominated by purple, green, and gold costumes, Mardi Gras beads and doubloons, and a celebration that seemingly never ends. Welcome to Fat Tuesday 2008, an all out and over the top, weeks long production, that attracts millions of revelers to the City of New Orleans every year. For those interested in keeping up to date on everything Mardi Gras, there is only one website needed, FatTuesday.com.
FatTuesday.com is the most informative Mardi Gras information website on the Internet. Developed by a Louisiana based firm, Aragorn Interests LLC is a privately held Louisiana Corporation that specializes in creating unique and user friendly website experiences for events such as Mardi Gras 2008 and the New Orleans Jazz Fest.
Travelers to what has been called "The Greatest Free Show on Earth" should conduct a little due diligence to fully comprehend and appreciate the event. Helping Mardi Gras goers to be prepared and educated about this upcoming mega event is FatTuesday.com. Users that visit the site are treated to a wealth of information about the 2008 parade schedule, New Orleans neighborhood and suburbs guide, Top 5 king cake reviews, and the most extensive live music performance calendar for the Carnival season.
"We wanted to create a website that would provide every guest with all the relative information on this year's Mardi Gras celebration. The site is constantly updated, so that once you are there, you literally need not go to any other website on the internet to get your Mardi Gras information, it is all right there on FatTuesday.com," explains local New Orleanian and website developer Kevin Daste in response to the outstanding features and up to date information found on FatTuesday.com.
With Fat Tuesday, February 5th, 2008 less than a month away, the information on the website is crucial to those considering a trip to New Orleans. While the site does offer a large amount of Carnival schedules and planning information, it also offers unique caveats on local traditions that are as fun to read about as they are to partake in. Cultural information on the site includes a King Cake review page that offers not just links to the best King Cake bakers in town and how to order online for home delivery, but also information on the bakeries themselves in an easy to read style. The site also offers a glossary of Mardi Gras terms that help the uninitiated learn the local lingo.
For more information about Mardi Gras please visit Fat Tuesday.com.