It's Bacchus Sunday! Watch the New Orleans Mardi Gras parade that's all about the god of wine (and vegetation).

The parades will all be livestreamed on the?NOLA.com Parade Cam?starting at 4:45 p.m. in the video player above.?

There will be a delay between the broadcast's start and the floats reaching the cameras, which are located at The Times-Picayune office at 840 St. Charles Avenue. You can also watch on?Facebook,?YouTube?and?Twitter.

The Parade Cam broadcast will be hosted by entrepreneur and host?Alex Pomes?and?"Planet NOLA"?podcast host?Mary Jacobs.

This year's Parade Cam sponsors are NewOrleans.com and the National World War II Museum.

Looking for another NOLA.com Parade Cam broadcast? Click here for the full schedule.

What to expect

Bacchus, the only krewe to parade Uptown on Sunday night, will feature 1,700 riders on 32 floats. This year the members picked the theme "Take a Number Please" with floats such as 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sean and 12 Days of Christmas.

Kevin Dillon, an actor known for his performance in Entourage, will reign as Bacchus this year.

In addition to traditional throws like doubloons, Bacchus riders will toss king cake neck pillows, socks, lighted flown wigs and more.

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Parade route

This parade will run on the standard St. Charles Avenue route. They will begin on Napoleon Avenue, then head downtown on St. Charles Avenue to Canal Street where they continue to their conclusions.?

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About the Krewe of Bacchus

The Krewe of Bacchus started in 1968 and broke the mold on what it meant to be a traditional old-line krewe.?

Some of their most notable floats are the Bacchawhoppa, Bacchasaurus and Bacchagator. The Bacchagator was the first multi-tandem float to roll in a Mardi Gras parade.?

Other parades happening today

Did you know?

The first female krewe - Les Mysteriuuses - appeared in 1896, to hold the first of the leap year balls.

In the 1900s Les Pierrettes arrived on the scene followed in 1917 by the?Krewe of Iris, the Krewe of Elenians and the first parade of women in 1940 - the Krewe of Venus.

The Krewe of Iris disbanded in 1929, reformed in 1939 and first paraded in late 1950s.

From Friday, Feb. 2 through Mardi Gras, on Feb. 13, The Times-Picayune | NOLA.com will livestream every parade that rolls by our St. Charles Avenue newsroom.

Looking for the?complete parade list with dates, times and all maps? We've got you covered.

Editor's note: This story was updated Sunday morning to reflect the new start time for the Bacchus parade.