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Happening New Orleans – Always have costume ready!

There is always holiday events coming up

NEW ORLEANS: Have some fun. A Festival on the agenda, live music and show, includes costume contests, parades, and block parties in the French Quarter. Some sport kicks into high gear and always celebrating great local food. Even experience three days of fried chicken at the National Fried Chicken Festival. It´s always something happening in New Orleans.

It is said that New Orleans residents should have five good costumes ready to go at any given time. So pack that favorite dress, that amazing hat you never get to wear and even a wig or two and head to New Orleans for holiday events, food, music and more.

St. Patrick’s Day, March

St. Patricks Day is a great celebration and in particular in New Orleans where the immigrants from Ireland arrived in the 1800´s and made powerful contributions to the city’s culture and infrastructure. Each year the city show its appreciation by taking to the streets for parades and block parties in honour of the Irish – something you have to experience at least once.

Go Fourth on the River

The Independence Day celebrates along the historic New Orleans Riverfront features live band music and all day family activities, culminating with a Fireworks Extravaganza over the Mississippi River.

Voodoo Music Experience

This Halloween-themed festival take place in the City Park, known for high-profile national artists such as Marilyn Manson, Duran Duran and 50 Cent, with local Louisiana musicians including.

Celebration in the Oaks

A month-long holiday light exhibits with magic aglow at every turn in November and December. These event features festive displays of nearly two million lights decorating 100-year-old oak tree. It’s a family tradition featuring nightly entertainment.

Christmas New Orleans Style

Riverfront bonfires, the brilliantly lit Celebration in the Oak, the Cathedral Concert Series and free cooking demonstration from chefs. Visitors and locals alike enjoy this authentic twist of the holidays each year. Many hotels offer “Papa Noël” rates.

New Year’s Eve

New Orleans counts down to the New Year in Jackson Square, one of the nation’s largest street parties. Gather in the French Quarter for live music, a festive ball and a fireworks display to accompany in the New Year.

Happening New Orleans
Fried Chicken party and Chicken festival in New Orleans

Chicken Festival

Finally, The National Fried Chicken Festival normally takes place in September. It´s all about fried chicken, live music, a cooking demo area, and fried chicken contests. This festival and many more is free and open to the public.

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Alfred L. Nortvedt
Alfred L. Nortvedt
Alfred is a highly regarded Video Maker specialized in documentaries and works for the biggest daily and media house in Oslo, Norway. From time to time he delivers engaging travel stories to King Goya. Study in Buenos Aires.


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