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  • Gretna Heritage Festival

    Celebrating their 22nd Anniversary, the Gretna Heritage Festival, encompassing 25 city blocks, features six stages with performances by national entertainers along with some of Louisiana's finest and favorites!The food dished out from the giant food tent will be exceptional ...

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  • The Story Connection
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  • Cole Pratt Gallery

    About us: Cole Pratt Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery specializing in the works of Southern artists. Founded in 1993 by the late Cole Pratt, the gallery's legacy continues under owner and longtime director Erika Olinger. Exhibitions are curated once a month with...

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  • The Fine Arts Center

    About Us : Envision your event in this historically rich and central location. Built in the 1890's, The Fine Arts Center's past includes stage and live productions, time as a suburban movie theatre, home of the Opera Guild, and production headquarters for films including &...

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  • Carol Robinson Gallery

    About Us: Carol Robinson Gallery represents regional and national artists since 1980. The gallery is located in a two story home in the heart of uptown New Orleans. Works by well known Mississippi painters Jere Allen and Robert Malone and sculptor Ron Dale can be found as...

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  • NOLA Comedy Theater

    “La Nuit,” now NOLA Comedy Theater, was founded in 2003, when the Freret Street corridor was a demilitarized zone. It is because of the creation of this theater, and our efforts to reconstruct after Hurricane Katrina, that the city leadership agreed to our propos...

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  • Musical Arts Society of New Orleans

    Mission: MASNO's is (1) to create opportunities to hear, participate in, and appreciate performances of classical music by established and emerging artists; (2) to encourage the development of supportive, knowledgeable and enthusiastic audiences for concerts presented by th...

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  • New Orleans Friends Of Music

    For the 2013-2014 season, its 59th, the New Orleans Friends of Music continues the tradition of bringing internationally acclaimed musicians to the community. A stellar series of artists will perform at Tulane University's Dixon Hall, some new to our audiences and others ret...

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  • New Orleans Academy Of Fine Arts

    History: The New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts is an institution dedicated to the advancement of the fine arts in this community. It was founded in 1978 by Auseklis Ozols for the serious study of traditional drawing and painting. It was first located at 3218 Magazine Street....

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  • Tulane Museum of Natural History

    The original museum was an exhibit oriented facility established in 1885 and funded by a grant from university founder and benefactor Paul Tulane. Currently the museum is administered through the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Tulane University. The Tulan...

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  • Tipitina's

    Mission : The mission of the Tipitina's Foundation is to support Louisiana's irreplaceable music community and preserve the state's unique musical cultures. The history of the Tipitina's Foundation originates from the Tipitina's music venue, a revered New Orleans cultural ic...

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  • Plaquemines Parish Fair And Orange Festival

    Plaquemines Parish is Louisiana's southernmost Parish where the great Mississippi River meets the Gulf of Mexico. The Parish is a region of ecological wonder with its many waterways, fishing and hunting grounds, and the best Citrus in the Country. This year we are celebrati...

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  • Plaquemines Parish Seafood Festival

    The Plaquemines Parish Seafood Festival celebrates the rich heritage of the people of Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. Visitors will enjoy great local seafood and other unique, local food specialties. The festival offers continuous live music from popular local bands, and trad...

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  • Old Algiers RiverFest

    River Festivals FoundationRiver Festivals Foundation, Inc. was organized in 2009 to preserve, protect and promote the cultural contributions of early jazz musicians in New Orleans, particularly those who live and/or worked in Old Algiers. Specifically, the organization, a 50...

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  • Terrytown Spring Festival

    Terrytown Spring Fest started four years ago in the heart of Terrytown. The festival is held at the recreation center on 641 Heritage Avenue in Terrytown. The committee is proud to announce the Miss Terrytown Spring Fest Baby and Beauty Pageant, each queen will receive a lov...

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  • Second District Blues Fest
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  • Grand Isle Migratory Bird Festival
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  • Louisiana Catfish Festival

    Our HistoryThe Rev. William McCallion founded the festival in 1975 to raise money for St. Gertrude the Great Catholic Church and to stimulate the economy. It has grown into one of the area's most popular attractions.In 1975, Gov. Edwin Edwards signed a proclamation declaring...

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  • Swollfest Fishing Rodeo

    History of Swollfest:Swollfest has come a long way in its ten year history. Stemming from an idea discussed at a backyard barbeque in high school, Swollfest was established in 1997 by Nick Rauber when three fathers, their sons, and two friends spent a weekend together on Gra...

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  • Gheens Bon Mange' Festival

    Festival & Community History . . .The Gheens Bon Mange' Festival was originally named the " Gheens Day Festival" and began in the early 70's behind St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Gheens. In 1973 it was moved to the Vacherie - Gheens Community Center grounds.Since so mu...

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  • International Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo
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  • Cajun Heritage Festival
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  • Voice of the Wetlands

    MissionVoice of the Wetlands (VOW) is a volunteer-based 501(c)3 non-profit, focused on driving awareness and creating solutions for the coastal erosion in southern Louisiana. For environment, community and economy....

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  • Boomtown Casino New Orleans
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  • French Food Fest
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  • Best of the Bayou Festival
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  • Fete Francaise

    New Orleans' beloved French festival, la Fête Française! Fête proudly honors our city's connection to the food, music, art and culture of France....

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  • The Bayou Playhouse

    Our Mission: To promote & showcase - through live performance -  Louisiana's most precious natural resources; its talented Performing Artist, its art and culture and its colorful history....

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  • Louisiana Crawfish Boil Championship
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  • Golden Meadow-Fourchon Tarpon Rodeo

    The mission of the Golden Meadow-Fourchon Tarpon Rodeo is to maintain the unique family oriented sportsmen culture and heritage of Lafourche and Grand Isle through a community fishing rodeo, with proceeds dedicated to scholarships and educational opportunities for future gen...

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  • French Film Festival

    The New Orleans Film Society presents the 19th annual French Film Festival, a summer showcase of the best in contemporary and classic French cinema, in partnership with the Consulat General de France a la Nouvelle-Orleans and the Prytania Theatre....

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  • Bayou Country BBQ Cookoff
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  • Krewe of Boo

    Krewe of BOO! Goes Local - and Green! When Brian Kern watched front-loaders scooping up tons of beads from the streets along parade routes in New Orleans, he got an idea. An idea long overdue.The Kern family has been creating Mardi Gras magic since 1947, and Brian is used to...

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  • Slow Food New Orleans

    Slow Food New Orleans supports the philosophy of Slow Food International that everyone has a fundamental right to the pleasure of good food and consequently the responsibility to protect the heritage of food, tradition and culture that make this pleasure possible. The food t...

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  • West Jeff Family Fest
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  • Octoberfest
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  • New Orleans Comedy Arts Festival

    The Annual New Orleans Comedy Arts Festival (NOCAF) is the original comedy festival of New Orleans, founded here at NOLA Comedy Theater. This 3-day festival has been drawing from the best national talent in stand-up, sketch comedy, and of course improv, for 10 years....

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  • Cajun Festival

    Cajun Fest, as we like to call it, is just about the biggest party on the Westbank! The third full weekend in April brings thousands of visitors to our school grounds for great music, delicious food, and more fun than your weekend should allow!...

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  • Bayou Cajun Fest
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  • Terrytown Food Truck Festival
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