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Fais Do Do dancers - Jazz Fest 2016
Fais Do Do dancers - Jazz Fest 2016

Spring Festivals

Enjoy the lovely springtime weather with endless fests

New Orleans’ spring festival season means Jazz Fest, Hogs for the Cause, French Quarter Fest, the Tennessee Williams Literary Festival, and more.

  • To most Americans, "Super Sunday" connotates the Sunday on which the NFL Super Bowl is played. However, in New Orleans, Super Sunday has a different, totally unrelated meaning. It is a day for the...
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  • BUKU Music + Art Project is one of New Orleans’ most thriving music festivals with a culture of its own. Taking its name from the French word, “beaucoup” – meaning “plenty”, BUKU Music + Art...
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  • The streetcar he made famous stopped running 69 years ago, but the festival named in his honor has been running continuously for over a quarter of a century. The annual Tennessee Williams Literary...
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  • The Saints and Sinners Literary Festival was founded in 2003 as a new initiative designed as an innovative way to reach the community with information about HIV/AIDS, particularly disseminating...
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  • History In the years before the slaves were liberated, their owners in New Orleans would give them a "day off" from their free labor on Sundays. They would gather in Congo Square , located in Treme ,...
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  • Get ready for one of the most exciting culinary events of the year. This May, hundreds of wineries and restaurants will join forces for the annual New Orleans Wine and Food Experience, which attracts...
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  • Most of Freret Street is residential but, between Napoleon and Jefferson avenues, a once-vibrant commercial corridor that fell into a period of decline, has been undergoing a rebirth in recent years....
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  • No better way to celebrate all things New Orleans than attending French Quarter Fest! This FREE four-day festival has the best of New Orleans music, food and festival fun. From April 12- April 15,...
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  • The 41st annual Whitney Zoo-to-Do will be held on May 4, 2018 at Audubon Zoo from 7 p.m. to midnight. Zoo-to-Do is an annual fundraising gala hosted by Hancock-Whitney Bank that has been held at the...
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  • Arts District of New Orleans (ADNO) will host their annual spring event, “Jammin’ on Julia,” on Saturday, May 5 from 6-11 p.m. (music stops by 10:30pm). Taking place in New Orleans’ historic Warehouse...
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  • Bayou Country Superfest has become a Louisiana Memorial Day tradition. Previously held in LSU’s Tiger Stadium, the festival relocated to New Orleans in 2017 for its three-day concert celebration in...
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  • Spend your Memorial Day Weekend at the New Orleans Greek Festival. The 45th annual festival will also celebrate the 300th birthday of New Orleans with events planned May 25-May 27. The festival is put...
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  • Come savor all things oyster at New Orleans Oyster Festival every June in Woldenberg Park! This free, two-day food festival applauds the French Quarter’s title as the “Oyster Capital of America” while...
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