Mystic Order of Revelry


Mystic Order of Revelry (MOOR) was conceived at the corner of Garden Street and Baylen Street at the 2015 KOL Illuminated parade. A group of friends got together to tailgate and “Revelry” in the spirit of Mardi Gras. A few months later, several businessmen, who do or have belong to other organizations met to draft the documents for MOOR. We chartered with the State of Florida September 8, 2015. MOOR chartered with 5 members and have grown to 40+ members. Our membership returns each year to celebrate the anniversary of our birth on that exact corner in downtown Pensacola.

About Krewe:

The Mystic Order of Revelry is a co-ed Mardi Gras Society located in Pensacola, Florida.

We believe in the strong bond of friendship, fellowship, family and strive to support each other in life’s success and adversity.

Our purpose is to promote the Spirit & Revelry of Mardi Gras through the rich traditions of themed parades, balls, costumes, social events, parties, and community involvement. In addition to all the Revelry, we fund raiser to help our local community


We work to help our local community by working to raise money for our 501c3 organization, Mystic Revelers Foundation.  We raise over 50K a year to donate back to local nonprofit organizations and charities.  The Revelers also host a charity event each September to raise money for the USO of Northwest Florida and to purchase of Christmas wreaths through the Wreaths Across America program. Each year we place hundreds of wreaths we purchase on veterans’ graves at Barrancas National Cemetery on NAS Pensacola.

We parade five times each year including Fiesta of Five Flags, Pensacola Christmas Parade, Pensacola Grand Mardi Gras Parada and Orange Beach Mardi Gras on Fat Tuesday. Our society holds a ball each year on the Saturday after the MLK holiday in January. We have monarchs, an emblem and royal court. We have guest charities as our bartenders and all the tips they raise go directly to their charity.

Our 501c3 foundation works at the Pensacola Bay Center and Wahoo’s Stadium to raise money which is donated by to local nonprofits and charities.

We work to promote the spirit of revelry, community, and charity as a society all year long.


Membership is open from April – October each year but remains open if we are not at maximum membership. Membership Dues – Dues for current members (Vested) are due at our April Membership Meeting.  Our members run the society by committees. Online membership applications are available on our website at the bottom of the page.


We have monthly business meetings, hold quarterly socials, host a Holiday Gala in November which is closed to members and their guest only. Our ball is a traditional Mardi Gras Masquerade ball with all the pomp and circumstance a society and their royalty deserver.  We participate in the yearly Krewe of Sparta Humanitarian MANNA Food Drive. We hold a Parking Lot Ball at the Krewe of Lafitte Parade. We take bus trips as a group each year as well as other fun outing and many other social and charitable activities