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

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
  • Experience the culture that made the world-renowned Bourbon Street famous at the 10th annual New Orleans Burlesque Festival. From September 20-23, you can enjoy live burlesque performances by some of...
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  • The National Fried Chicken Festival (FCF) presented by Raising Cane’s is a free outdoor festival that brings food, music, family and festivities together in celebration of the classic Southern dish....
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  • 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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  • Tremé Fest is a donation-based event developed by the Historic Faubourg Tremé Association to benefit the many cultural destinations found with the historical community of Tremé. The festival supports...
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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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  • 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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  • The WWII Air, Sea & Land Festival presents the best of past AirPower Expo celebrations along with an expanded roster of entertainment, food, drink, and soaring aircraft. See the machines from WWII...
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  • The Hispanic culture has thrived in New Orleans for almost 300 years, and Spanish influence can be seen all over the city. To celebrate the best of Latin culture, the 19 th annual Carnaval Latino...
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  • Praise Fest is celebrating its 10th anniversary on the Bayou! From Oct. 19-21, head over to Bayou St. John for three days full of hand clapping, foot stomping and soul touching gospel music and...
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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!” This year’s parade will once again be held on the...
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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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  • The witches and the queens and the ghosts and the goblins come out for Halloween New Orleans for a series of fundraising events Halloween weekend, including the Lazarus Ball, a dance night, flamboyant...
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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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  • Boudin, Bourbon and Beer is one of the most mouthwatering food and beverage festivals in New Orleans. Created by famous Chef Emeril Lagasse, this one-day event is usually held at Champions Square,...
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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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  • 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 ninth annual...
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