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New Orleans, LA is not simply a great city to visit, it is one of the main celebration cities in the US. New Orleans festivals allow people to celebrate events no matter the reason; unique food, songs, or an historic occasion. New Orleans always chooses to commemorate events, big or small, with a splash. There are many New Orleans festivals throughout the year, and I will explain them to you month by month, so you can join me in a trip to New Orleans.

Winter New Orleans Festivals

December: Words and also Songs Event, NOLA Christmas Fest.

January: Mardi Gras Parades, King Cake Celebration.

February: Mardi Gras Parades, Tet Fest.

Spring New Orleans Festivals

March: Wednesday at the Square Show Collection, Congo Square New Worlds Rhythm Celebration, Mardi Gras Indians Super Sunday, Buku Music and Art Job, Tennessee Williams Literary Festival, Taco Feast, Spring Fiesta, Hogs for the Cause

April: Freret Road Celebration, Wednesday at the Square Performance Series, French Quarter Festival, French Movie Celebration, Breakfast Fest, New Orleans Jazz as well as Heritage Festival.

May: Provide NOLA Fest, Crawfish Mambo, Bayou Boogaloo, New Orleans Wine and also Food Experience, Bayou Nation Superfest, Greek Fest, Treme 7th Ward Arts & Society Celebration.

Summer New Orleans Festivals

June: New Orleans Oyster Celebration, New Orleans Pride, French Market Creole Tomato Festival, Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Event, SIGNIFICANCE Celebration.

July: ESSENCE Event, San Fermin en Nueva Orleans, Bastille Day Fete

August: Satchmo SummerFest, Whitney White Linen Evening, Red Dress Run, Dirty Linen Night, NOLA Midtown Songs and Arts Event, Southern Decadence.

Fall New Orleans Festivals

September: Southern Decadence, New Orleans Revue Festival, NOLA on Tap, Fried Poultry Celebration, Treme Loss Feast.

October: Crescent City Blues & BARBEQUE Festival, Treme Fall Fest, Beignet Festival, Gentilly Fest, Oktoberfest, New Orleans Film Event, Circus Latino, Praise Feast, Mac n Cheese Feast, Oak Street Po-Boy Festival, Voodoo Songs + Arts Experience, Louisiana Seafood Celebration.

November: Faux/Real Celebration, Boudin, Bourbon & Beer, Algiers Folk Art Event, Treme Creole Gumbo Festival

Summary

You can see why New Orleans is called the Festival city of the USA. Some of these events are very popular with people around the country, here are a few.

Voodoo Songs & Arts Experience: This celebration started in 1999, and also since then it has become viral. In this event, you can take pleasure in the food, music, crafts and also social task of the city. The primary phases as well as a number of smaller sized ones are put in the City Park while diet as well as drink stands, books, precious jewelry, arts and crafts as well as clothing vendors are spread around the environment-friendly location as well.

Mardi Gras : Of all of the New Orleans festivals, this is the quintessential New Orleans festival. Mardi Gras means ‘Fat Tuesday.’ This celebration precedes the start of the Lent period. The annual event began in 1870. Some colorful dresses, accessories, playthings as well as people in costumes are the main emphasis. Here is the latest Mardi Gras schedule.

French Quarter Festival: The French Quarter Event started in 1892. This event attracts many vacationers and visitors. This New Orleans festival lasts for 4 days, and is the biggest totally free music festival in Louisiana. The performers represent a variety of musical genres, including classic, blues, swing, Cajun, jazz, rock, Latin, funk, zydeco, rhythm, as well as other worldwide genres. The festival highlights the New Orleans New Orleans cuisine and includes many local vendors offering food and drinks.

These are just a few from the never-ending list of New Orleans Festivals. Simply check out New Orleans at any time of the year, and you can be the part of the fun.