Régine Chassagne, center, rehearses with musicians for Krewe du Kanaval at Preservation Hall in New Orleans, Jan. 29, 2018. For this year’s Carnival season, the period of revelry before Lent, Chassagne and Win Butler, members of the band Arcade Fire, will highlight their adopted city’s Haitian connections with a raucous procession by the couple’s Haitian-themed Mardi Gras troupe, the Krewe du Kanaval.
Régine Chassagne, center, rehearses with musicians for Krewe du Kanaval at Preservation Hall in New Orleans, Jan. 29, 2018. For this year’s Carnival season, the period of revelry before Lent, Chassagne and Win Butler, members of the band Arcade Fire, will highlight their adopted city’s Haitian connections with a raucous procession by the couple’s Haitian-themed Mardi Gras troupe, the Krewe du Kanaval. William Widmer The New York Times
Régine Chassagne, center, rehearses with musicians for Krewe du Kanaval at Preservation Hall in New Orleans, Jan. 29, 2018. For this year’s Carnival season, the period of revelry before Lent, Chassagne and Win Butler, members of the band Arcade Fire, will highlight their adopted city’s Haitian connections with a raucous procession by the couple’s Haitian-themed Mardi Gras troupe, the Krewe du Kanaval. William Widmer The New York Times

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