(October 10-12, 2014)
This free three day festival celebrates all the different seafood dishes that are popular in New Orleans. Vendor’s include such restaurants as Antoine’s, Ernst Café, Galatoire’s, and many more. They will also provide entertainment like a Kid’s Tent, an Oktoberfest-themed Beer Garden, and live musical acts.
(October 16-23, 2014)
This year marks the 25th anniversary for the New Orleans Film Festival (NOFF), which has firmly established itself as one of the most reputable regional film festivals in the country. It has now been twice named by MovieMaker Magazine as one of the “25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee”, and allows participants to discover new talent in the city that defines Southern Hospitality.
(October 17-19, 2014)
Called “a charming piece of musical heaven” by Art Tipaldi, editor of Blues Revue Magazine. This three day event features acts like Los Lobos, Bobby Rush, Ana Popovic, and then some. Enjoy music, art, and great food with the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation and learn more about what makes New Orleans Soul.
(October 31- November 2, 2014)
Now on it’s 15th year, the Voodoo Art & Music Festival (“VoodooFest”) has grown into the second most anticipated music festival in New Orleans, just following the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. With six different stages set in City Park, VoodooFest accommodates over 70 performers each year. This year’s lineup includes such names as Foo Fighters, Outkast, Skrillex, and Thirty Seconds to Mars.
(November 8-9, 2014)
Held in Louis Armstrong Park, the seventh annual Treme Creole Gumbo Festival combines three staples of New Orleans culter: brass band jazz, gumbo, and art. This festival embodies the traditional New Orleans lifestyle and spirit