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Jeep Parade Registration – Sat., Feb. 11 @ 3pm
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The Jeep Parade registration is sold out.  If you would like to be added to our waitlist, please submit this form.

You are registering for the Jeep Parade to be held Sat., Feb. 11 @ 3pm.  The cost is $45 per Jeep plus taxes and fees.

We will mail a parade packet to you so make sure your shipping address is correct at checkout.

Please scroll down and read all of the details and then select the number of Jeeps you want to register.

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  • A parade packet will be mailed to the primary contact person on the registration form prior to the event containing 4 wristbands for the passengers that will allow entrance into the Downtown Entertainment District on Saturday, February 11, 2023 (MAXIMUM OF 4 WRISTBANDS PER JEEP).
  • The most decorated Jeep will receive 4 balcony tickets for Saturday, February 11th.
  • The winning Jeep will be announced at Pier 21 before the parade.
  • Jeeps are NOT to return to Pier 21 after the parade
  • All passengers must be properly seated. No passing of Jeeps will be allowed.
  • No trailers or floats allowed
  • No glass, coolers, or weapons will be allowed
  • ALL entries MUST be decorated
  • Any signage displayed on Jeep must be approved by Yaga’s Entertainment and may not conflict with official Mardi Gras! Galveston sponsors
  • Check-in with Parade Coordinators one hour prior to the scheduled parade start time, north of Wharf Road (Behind Willie G’s) between 20th and 21st St.  The parade will begin at 3 pm. Be ready to roll at 2:30 pm. 
  • Judging numbers will be included in the mailed parade packet.
  • The parade will enter the district and make two laps before exiting the same way.
  • PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!! There will NOT be day-of registration. All jeeps must be pre-registered to participate in the parade.
  • Unforeseen circumstances beyond Yaga’s Entertainment, Inc. control will not be grounds for a refund, including but not limited to the following: local or national weather conditions and natural disasters, waiting in lines, family and medical emergencies. 
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