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Emeril Lagasse Foundation's Boudin, Bourbon and Beer Festival
Emeril Lagasse Foundation's Boudin, Bourbon and Beer Festival
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Fall Festivals

Come one, come all to fall in New Orleans

Fall in New Orleans means the temps and the humidity go down and the energy level in the city goes up. Now is the time to get out of the air-conditioning and onto a bike or walking path on the levee or in one of our many parks.  

Of course, the fall color that visitors come to see in New Orleans doesn’t come from the changing of the leaves – it comes for our colorful culture and the festivals that celebrate it. In fall, there's events like National Fried Chicken Festival, Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, Boudin, Bourbon, and Beer, and countless others. Of course, fall in NOLA also means Saints football.

Fall Festivals in New Orleans
  • NOLA on Tap is set to take place Saturday, September 22, 2018, from 12 p.m.-7 p.m. at New Orleans City Park Festival Grounds. Presented by the Louisiana SPCA, this one-day festival will feature more...
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  • Celebrating 90 years of German presence in the Gulf Coast, Deutsches Haus presents Oktoberfest NOLA 2018. Held at Bayou St. John across the street from City Park, Oktoberfest NOLA is an annual...
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  • From October 4-6, the historic Tremé neighborhood will host the annual Treme Fall Festival. All weekend, visitors can enjoy the music and food of this cherished New Orleans neighborhood. Treme Fall...
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  • Presented by the Magazine Street Merchants Association, Art for Art's Sake is back for their annual showcase of art, food, music and fun on Magazine Street . With over 100 shops, stores, restaurants...
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  • With a celebration for almost every food and beverage imaginable, it’s no surprise that the city honors this deliciously iconic French treat with a festival. This event is FREE and open to the public....
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  • October 12 th -14 th , head to Gentilly’s Pontchartrain Park for a weekend of music, food and family fun. Since 2007, the festival has supported the local Police Department, Fire Department, EMS, and...
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  • The Hispanic American Musicians and Artists Cultural Association presents its 29th annual Carnaval Latino Celebration and Parade! This day-long event includes three interactive and exciting ways to...
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  • Hosted by the New Orleans Film Society, the 2018 NOFF is being held from October 17-25 in several venues throughout New Orleans. Over the years the festival has provided an opportunity for new and...
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  • Beale Street meets Bourbon Street on Oct. 12-14 at the Lafayette Square Park for the Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival. Presented by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, this annual...
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  • Once a year the Krewe of Boo presents its fantastically horrific Halloween parade to turn the Vieux Carre ( French Quarter ) into the “Boo Carre!” The 2018 parade will be held on October 20th and all...
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  • Like most festivals, here in New Orleans and elsewhere, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience started out small and, over time, exploded into a mega-event spanning several days and drawing big names and...
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  • T he second annual Mac n Cheese Festival will feature Mac N Cheese dishes of many varieties from more than a dozen local restaurants along with a selection of other items from each of their menus....
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  • Bayou Bacchanal, the original Caribbean Carnival of New Orleans, is back for its 16th annual celebration of Caribbean culture and heritage. Presented by Friends of Culture, Bayou Bacchanal will...
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  • The Emeril Lagasse Foundation presents its 8th annual Boudin, Bourbon & Beer at Champion Square. This one-night event will feature a specially curated menu by a mixture of 70 chefs, both locally...
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  • Central City Fest returns to OC Haley this November to celebrate the neighborhood. The festivites take place in the 1600 and 1700 blocks of Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. and include live music, local food...
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  • What is known in some parts of the country as a "submarine sandwich" and in other parts as a "hoagie," is called a "po-boy" in New Orleans. And, like many other uniquely New Orleans and Louisiana...
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  • Back for its second year, Fête des Fromages will bring together more than 150 cheeses and two dozen cheesemakers from around the world. Whether you love a creamy Brie, a nutty Parmesan or a spicy...
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  • Celebrating the long heritage of what is known as the oldest neighborhood of free African Americans in the United States, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation will host the eleventh annual...
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