Right after Carnival, New Orleans and its surrounding areas gears up for a busy spring festival season. We found more than 40 festivals filling the massive lineup kicking off this March. Check back for updates as we get them. Contact us if there are changes in schedule. Jazz Fest: 17 things you need to survive according to festival-goers. Search for a Place or Topic. Admission to the Audubon Zoo or Audubon membership will get you into the fest. Bernard during the s. Cultural traditions, food, music, and dance are celebrated. Entertainment includes well-known musicians and dancers from the Canary Islands, music from local bands and amusement rides for children.
A melting pot of French, African, American and French-Canadian cultures, the southeastern state of Louisiana represents American cosmopolitanism at its most dynamic. Below are the ones you should look out for over the next six months. And if you want to know about dates, be sure to keep checking the official event websites. One of the most popular is the Mid-Winter Fair Rodeo in the city of Lafayette, where professional contenders from around the world challenge themselves against the finest quality livestock. Originally a relatively low-profile fur skinning contest, the annual Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Festival has grown into a far larger event encompassing a range of entertainment centred around animals. The festival program also features quirky contests including duck and goose calling, trap setting, oyster shucking, skeet shooting and dog trials.
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Music plays a leading role in New Orleans, the city that brought jazz into the world. And while traditional jazz is revered here, New Orleans is tuned into all kinds of music expression. The calendar is dotted with music celebrations both epic and homespun. These festivals act as a kind of melodious Johnny Apple Seed, spreading the Gospel of New Orleans music to visitors from around the country and the world. Locals love them all, but French Quarter Fest, a free huzzah to homegrown musical talent, is a New Orleans favorite.
For complete schedule, bios, information and more, please visit; www. In New Orleans, the sacred is funky! Come together with people of all faiths and no faith plus all races and cultures for an immersive and transformative experience of spiritual music, art and food from around the world. Sacred music is powerful. It can heal and uplift us and awaken the profound connections that runs through our diverse cultures and communities.