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Pres Hall Brass Band - Satchmo Summerfest 2016
Pres Hall Brass Band - Satchmo Summerfest 2016
Pres Hall Brass Band - Satchmo Summerfest 2016

Summer Festivals

School’s out fun’s in -- all summer long

Don't let the heat keep you away from New Orleans. For one thing, the hotel rates are the lowest they’ll be all year. For another, with refreshing events like Tales of the Cocktail, you’ll barely notice the heat. Plus, the best restaurants in town celebrate COOLinary New Orleans with prix fixe menus all August long. You can enjoy three-course meals in most of our world-famous eateries for around $30 a person.

And, just as the swamp comes to life in the summer, so does the city with activities like the Essence Festival, Go 4th on the River, Satchmo SummerFest, White Linen Night and Southern Decadence. Get yourself some cool white linen duds, a nice Truman Capotesque straw hat (he was born here, you know), and come see what we’re all about in summer. 

Summer Festivals in New Orleans
  • From July 17th - 22nd, Tales of the Cocktail arrives once again in New Orleans with its jam-packed schedule of seminars, tastings, networking events, tours, and more. This year’s Tales of the Cocktail...
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  • Bangin' in the Boot is a hip-hop festival that celebrates arts, music, youth and community. Hosted at Deja Vieux Food Park, Bangin' in the Boot will feature performances by regional artists and...
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  • Satchmo SummerFest is an annual festival honoring the great Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong, the legendary jazz musician born and raised in New Orleans, whose raspy voice and instrumental skills are known...
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  • Every year on the first Saturday in August, Whitney White Linen Night takes over downtown New Orleans with a sea of white attire. The event honors the talented local artists and galleries that take up...
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  • On the Saturday after White Linen Night and the same day as Red Dress Run, Dirty Linen Night takes over Royal Street. Both visitors and locals alike grab their “dirty linens” worn the previous week...
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  • Every year on the second Saturday in August, the New Orleans Hash House Harriers (a local “drinking club with a running problem”) host Red Dress Run, a charity “run” in the Crescent City. On August...
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  • New Orleans’ Warehouse District and the Central Business District are the city’s hot spots for business professionals, art lovers and some of the best summer festivals. At the end of every summer, the...
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  • For over 40 years, Southern Decadence is still the largest LGBT event in New Orleans. From Aug. 30 - Sept. 3, join in the weekend-long celebration of pride and fun with parties, parades and special...
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  • The 2018 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is returning to the Fair Grounds April 27-May 6. Enjoy two weekends of every music genre from jazz and gospel to r&b and rock from the multiple...
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  • This year’s 32nd Annual Creole Tomato Festival will be on Saturday, June 9 and Sunday, June 10 in the historic French Market . Festival hours are 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Admission is FREE and open to...
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