610 Stompers
Ordinary Men. Extraordinary Moves

About Us


Mardi Gras. Jazz. Voodoo. The Saints. Just a few of the venerable and unique institutions the great City of New Orleans has given to the world. Now, from the cultural epicenter of America, come the city’s newest icons – the 610 Stompers.

Conceived on a simple premise – that Ordinary Men could and should entertain the world with Extraordinary Moves – the 610 Stompers were born in the summer of 2009, just as our beloved Saints began their march to the Superbowl. As fate would have it, the Stompers were baptized in the twin crucibles of the now famous “Buddy D” parade and the “Lombardi Gras” Superbowl Parade – our first two public performances.

From there we have gone on to perform in Mardi Gras parades, at Hornets games, on local television and radio, and we’ve lent a hand to many charitable organizations in their fundraising efforts. We’ve even danced on the “Tonight Show”.

It’s been an unforgettable ride, but our best is yet to come.

The 610 Stompers is a diverse group of ordinary men, from their 20s to their 60s. We are doctors, lawyers, professionals, laborers, students, teachers, and parents. We are different but we’re the same, and we’re brought together by our ongoing desire to entertain the world with our “Extraordinary Moves”, and in doing so, give back to the community that we love.

Come inside and see who we are and what we’re about. Come inside – Meet the 610 Stompers. . .

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610 Splits


The 610 Splits are the parade of strong, beautiful women devoted to one cause: protecting the men that entertain them – The 610 Stompers. The Splits are the security component of the club, risking their lives on the route, fighting back the endless lines of hot women and wannabe men…throwing themselves at the stompers.

The fans from time to time will ask, “What sort of compensation do the Splits receive for their service to the Stompers?” No matter which of the ladies you ask, the answer is always the same: “The dancing is payment enough.”


  • A Shared Initiative Inc.
  • AdvanceNOLA
  • ALS Association
  • Alzheimers Association
  • American Lung Association
  • Angels on Earth Foundation
  • Aquarium of the Americas
  • ARC
  • Be the Match Registry
  • Bodacious Bras for a Cause
  • Boudin, Bourbon and Beer (Emeril Lagasse Foundation)
  • Boys Hope Girls Hope
  • Bridge House/Grace House
  • Camp Tiger Paw
  • Children’s Neuromuscular Foundation of Louisiana
  • Crescent Care – NO/Aids Task Force
  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
  • Deutsches Haus
  • Downs Syndrome Association of Greater New Orleans
  • Easter Seals Louisiana
  • Educators for Quality Alternatives, Inc.
  • Good Shepherd School
  • Grow Dat Youth Farm
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hand-On New Orleans, Inc.
  • Harry Tompson Center
  • Japan Club of New Orleans
  • Jefferson Parish Dollars for Scholars
  • Krewe de Camp/Friends Helping Kids
  • LCIW Drama Club
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • LOPA
  • Louisiana Lions Camp
  • Louisiana Organ Procurement Association
  • Lowernine.org
  • Magnolia School
  • Mo’s Pizza Fest
  • Movember
  • Muscular Dystrophy Association
  • NAMI New Orleans
  • New Orleans Childrens’ Hospital
  • New Orleans Kids’ Partnership Mentorfest
  • New Orleans Night Out Against Crime
  • New Orleans Society for Infectious Disease Awareness
  • NOPD Mobile Crisis Unit
  • Ochsner Hospital
  • Para el Mundo USA
  • Playworks NOLA
  • Ripples Summer Camp
  • Roots of Music
  • Safe Harbor Domestic Violence Program
  • SPCA
  • The Spinal Research Foundation
  • St. Baldrick’s
  • St. Tammany Parish Hospital
  • Susan G Komen Foundation
  • Team Gleason
  • Xavier University
  • Yes Foundation, Inc.
  • The Zach Strief Dream Big Foundation

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