History:

Mystic Mafia came about in 2007 from a desire to create a very special social organization without the rules, requirements and work as most other groups. They do not have a designated nonprofit they are committed to, yet you can find more than 60 ladies involved in many local and regional charitable organizations around the community. They are very social and yet very involved in a long list of charities and fundraisers, even partnering with other krewes. Look for them in their signature red and black, with fedoras and blinged out tommy guns and don’t miss their gorgeous 42 foot long 1956 two-tone Rolls Royce float, the ROXY2!

About Krewe:

Unlike other local Krewes, the Mystic Mafia is not affiliated with a charity, so they do not require their members to raise money. All of the women in the Mystic Mafia are successful,busy, socially involved and very attractive.

Many of their members were previously and other organizations, and the responsibility and commitment of being in a strictly social krewe is very appealing for busy members.  They started out with 14 members the first year and have grown steadily, but are at a of 50 members max. They enjoy this exclusive close knit group and the ease of forming those bonds when membership is limited.  We currently proudly still have 5 of those founding members, the OG’s (Original Gangsters) as active members.

They do not require members to attend any particular events, raise donations, earn points, volunteer or serve on committees. They are all successful, busy, socially involved women, so the krewe is strictly a social krewe. It is a safe place to just have positive, healthy fun and nurture supportive female friendships. They are very selective with membership. Mystic Mafia has a minimum age of 25 years old, and do not have a target number of members, and prefer to stay around 60 members. Mystic Mafia is a very diverse group, including women from Brazil, Romania, Australia, Costa Rica, Canada, South Africa, and members who live in several different states. Because they don’t allow our members to belong to additional krewes at the same time, they  have a sisterhood-like closeness only a small krewe can provide, and many friendships made are lifelong.

Details:

Mystic Mafia gangster girls  can be found at nearly every  parade, Mardi Gras event, krewe ball,  festival and fundraiser in the local market. Our presence is undeniable by our signature look – corsets, fedora hats & bling!  For a list of our official events check the Events page of our websitehttp://www.themysticmafia.com/id3.html 

If you have ever been to a parade in Pensacola, you have seen our stunning float. Roxy2, as she is affectionately called, is a 42 foot long 1956 two-tone Rolls-Royce custom built by local vendors in our red and black signature colors. Our theme is BLING so you can’t miss us! Our float comes complete with a one of a kind custom blinged potty built into the bathroom on the float. Listen for us booming as we roll with our impressive 10 speaker stereo system pumping both old-school rap and the latest hip-hop with our gangster swag!

Membership:

Membership is very limited in order to maintain our close bonds. We choose new members every year in August to replace departing members. For informatio membership is very limited in order to maintain our close bonds. We choose new members every year in August to replace departing members.  To be considered for membership, please contact a current member and/or come get to know us at any of our events so you will be in the loop next year for our annual Mystic Mafia Meet & Greet.

Events:

Their signature event since year of inception is Gangster Night Out, a pub crawl through out our beautiful downtown community. Members also enjoy a notorious themed cocktail attire Christmas party every year to be hosted at the House of Gangster.