Which is more dangerous? The Wal-Mart razor road or the Mardi Gras parade?
On Saturday, Mardi gras celebrations in Miami will return to the same venue, albeit on a much larger scale.
The parade will take place on the Miami Beach strip and is expected to draw a crowd of nearly 40,000, according to the Miami Herald.
This year’s Mardi is expected the largest to date.
In 2014, an estimated 70,000 people attended the parade.
It is estimated to be the biggest parade in US history, with a crowd expected to reach 200,000 to 300,000.
It is also the largest in Florida history and the biggest Mardi since 2004.
On Saturday, the parade will begin at 5pm, with the parade-goers expected to get to the streets of Miami in about 40 minutes.
There are several factors to consider before going, including how many people will be attending and what the weather will be like.
The weather in Miami is expected for a mild and sunny day with temperatures in the mid-60s.
This means there will be plenty of sunshine.
This is expected due to the large number of fireworks and the city’s famed beach.
This is also forecast to be sunny on Sunday, with temperatures expected to hit the low-70s.