Photo by Superintendent Brister
The Knights of Chaos was organized during the summer of 2000. The group is made up of veterans of other parading and non-parading Carnival krewes. Chaos parades on the Thursday before Fat Tuesday, a night that for more than a century had been known as “Momus Thursday.” (The Knights of Momus paraded from 1872-1992, when they departed the streets). Chaos employs Momus floats and presents a satirical parade in the grand Momus tradition. (Chaos by Arthur Hardy)
Note of interest: This krewe is believed to have been established after the Krewe of Momus terminated. This organization never reveals its king's name, and the parade's theme remains a secret until rolling time.
Source: Arthur Hardy