New Orleans Festivals 2021, 2022

Irish Fest New Orleans 2021

Irish Fest New Orleans

September, 2021

Kingsley House, 1600 Constance Street New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

NOLA on Tap 2021

NOLA on Tap

September, 2021

New Orleans City Park, 1 Palm Drive New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

Bear Creek Bayou Music Festival 2021

Bear Creek Bayou Music Festival

September, 2021

Mardi Gras World, 1380 Port of New Orleans Pl New Orleans, LA, New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans Burlesque Festival 2021

New Orleans Burlesque Festival

September, 2021

Multiple Locations in the Central Business District, Central Business District New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

Tremé Fall Festival 2021

Tremé Fall Festival

September, 2021

St. Augustine Church, 1210 Governor Nicholls St New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

Carnival Latino NOLA 2021

Carnival Latino NOLA

September, 2021

The Sugar Mill, 1021 Convention Center Blvd New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

OBCM Gospel Music Festival 2021

OBCM Gospel Music Festival

September, 2021

Carver Theater, 2101 Orleans Avenue New Orleans, LA, New Orleans, Louisiana

The Landing Festival 2021

The Landing Festival

September, 2021

Lake Front South Shore Harbor, 6701 Stars and Stripes Blvd New Orleans, LA, New Orleans, Louisiana

Gospel Music Festival 2021

Gospel Music Festival

September, 2021

New Orleans, Louisiana

Louisiana Craft Brewer Week 2021

Louisiana Craft Brewer Week

September, 2021

Multiple Locations in Louisiana, New Orleans, LA, New Orleans, Louisiana

NOLA Daiquiri Festival 2021

NOLA Daiquiri Festival

September, 2021

Multiple Locations in New Orleans, New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans on Tap 2021

New Orleans on Tap

September, 2021

New Orleans City Park, New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans Bike Week 2021

New Orleans Bike Week

September, 2021

Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts, 1419 Basin St New Orleans, LA, New Orleans, Louisiana

All Souls Con 2021

All Souls Con

September, 2021

NOPSI Hotel, 317 Baronne St New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

NOLA Fried Chicken Festival 2021

NOLA Fried Chicken Festival

September, 2021

Woldenberg Park, 1 Canal St New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

Creativity Collective Bridal Crawl 2021

Creativity Collective Bridal Crawl

September, 2021

Throughout the French Quarter, French Quarter New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

NOLA Horror Film Fest 2021

NOLA Horror Film Fest

September, 2021

Castillo Blanco Art Studios, 4321 St Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117 New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans Horror Film Festival 2021

New Orleans Horror Film Festival

September, 2021

Inn on Bourbon Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana

Hell Yes Fest 2021

Hell Yes Fest

October, 2021

Multiple Locations in New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, New Orleans, Louisiana

Deutsches Haus NOLA Oktoberfest 2021

Deutsches Haus NOLA Oktoberfest

October, 2021

Deutsches Haus’ New Home, 1700 Moss St New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

International Fest 2021

International Fest

October, 2021

Port of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival 2021

Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival

October, 2021

Lafayette Square, New Orleans, Louisiana

Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Gown Gala 2021

Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Gown Gala

October, 2021

Pink Carpet Hornorees , New Orleans, Louisiana

Gentilly Fest 2021

Gentilly Fest

October, 2021

Pontchartrain Park, 4218-4258 Prentiss Avenue New Orleans, LA, New Orleans, Louisiana

Ponderosa Stomp 2021

Ponderosa Stomp

October, 2021

The Orpheum Theater New Orleans, 129 Roosevelt Way New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

About Festivals in New Orleans

Louisiana’s New Orleans is a vivid and vibrant city full of nightlife, tasty cuisine and a combination of cultures. It has a great musical history and a melting pot of friendly and inviting locals. And when this isn’t enough to keep you busy, the city hosts a fantastic number of events, festivals and parades to keep you on your feet.

The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival celebrates the musical roots of the city, with twelve stages of jazzy tunes and occasional slices of funk, pop, blues and soul. Previous artists here have included names such as Fats Domino, Aretha Franklin, Miles Davis, Bob Dylan, Dizzy Gillespie, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell and a whole lot more - if you’ve heard of them, they’ve been here. All of the essential American greats and genres are celebrated, along with servings of good food, good vibes, good times and good people. You can also expect arts, crafts and parades.

If you like munching and slurping, New Orleans offers way more than you can slip down your gullet. New Orleans Wine and Food Experience brings together food fans and top chefs to celebrate and promote a whole host of foody fun, with dozens of restaurants, loads of testing sessions, hundreds of wineries, lots of vintage tipples and plenty of meals, samples and morsels to get your fill. The event also features lashings of music and entertainment to keep you busy when you’re not chomping and chewing.

More gastronomic gusto is on show in the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival, which celebrates the tasty sensation of the eponymous bready treat. The moreish event features sandwiches stuffed with shrimp, oysters, catfish, ham, cheese, beef and more… if you can put it between bread, they’ll do it here. It’s a fun event and a great way to fill your mouth and fill your belly!

Tennessee Williams Literary Festival hosts many writers, authors, poets, playwrights and wordsmiths and offers panels, classes and performances. It’s a haven for fans of the written word, with ample servings of language and lingo. You can learn about the work of famous playwrights, watch performances of iconic plays and hear recitals and readings of unique and unusual material. And if you fancy yourself as a pensmith, you can enter one of the many competitions!