How does a parade pull people together? A New Orleans Second Line is a vibrant and culturally significant tradition that encapsulates the heart and soul of the city's musical and social heritage. The Second Line represents a joyous display of collective spirit, where a brass band leads the procession while revelers, known as the "second line," follow with exuberant dancing, twirling parasols, and lively expressions of festivity. This series was shot at the second-line parade held in honor of Louis Armstrong at the 2013 Satchmo Festival. To celebrate Armstrong's legacy, the Treme Brass Band led the attendees out of Sunday mass at St. Augustine Church in the Treme neighborhood and marched through the French Quarter for a Second-Line parade to the New Orleans Jazz Museum.