The Zulu Lundi Gras Festival is a fun-filled day allowing the people of New Orleans and our city visitors an up-close look at the Zulu Characters.
The festival is free and open to the public.
This event is hosted by the 800 members of the Zulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club and we welcome you to a fun and exciting day of food, music, arts, and crafts along the beautiful riverfront of New Orleans. With three stages, the line-up is star studded each year. Check back for this year's line-up.
It continues until the arrival of the Zulu King and Queen aboard a Coast Guard Ship. From there, the royals will meet Rex and the Mayor of New Orleans.
Catch a breath of fresh air along the banks of the Mississippi, just steps from the French Quarter. The path along Woldenberg Park and the Moonwalk provides a place to bike, walk or jog with wide, open views of the...