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The Tall Ships will be lined up along Woldenberg Park until Monday, April 23rd.

Other special events include the Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off on Sunday, April 22nd followed by a firework show. Every year, the Fairgrounds in New Orleans turn into a giant music festival filled with stages of all sizes, local food vendors (including that famous Crawfish Monica dish), and local artisans’ crafts.

Come and experience a gay Mardi Gras Ball like Armenius.

Celebrate New Orleans PRIDE in June or Southern Decadence over Labor Day Weekend.

If you can’t make it for Prospect.4, you can still explore all of these art venues whenever you’re in town.

And Tricentennial Mardi Gras will be bigger and better than ever before.

With a King’s Day Celebration and riverfront firework kick-off on January 6, Carnival Season will continue on through February 13. If you’ve ever wanted the Mardi Gras experience, this year’s the year to do it.

And attendance is free, so if you’ve ever wanted a taste of NOLA all in one spot with a

And attendance is free, so if you’ve ever wanted a taste of NOLA all in one spot with a [[

And attendance is free, so if you’ve ever wanted a taste of NOLA all in one spot with a $0 admission cost, French Quarter Fest has you covered.

The Crescent City made Fodor’s 2018 Go list, Frommer’s Travel Guides’ Best Places to Go in 2018, and Travel Leisure’s 50 Best Places to Travel in 2018. We’ve got countless other reasons to visit the Crescent City, but here are our 18 faves.

You only turn 300 once, and New Orleans throws a party like nowhere else in the world.

Besides being recognized as Travel Leisure’s #2 Favorite City, Condé Nast Traveler’s Top Best Big City in the U.

S., and Travel Weekly’s Readers’ Choice Award finalist city, other travel publications have indicated that 2018 will be NOLA’s best year yet.

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And attendance is free, so if you’ve ever wanted a taste of NOLA all in one spot with a $0 admission cost, French Quarter Fest has you covered.The Crescent City made Fodor’s 2018 Go list, Frommer’s Travel Guides’ Best Places to Go in 2018, and Travel Leisure’s 50 Best Places to Travel in 2018. We’ve got countless other reasons to visit the Crescent City, but here are our 18 faves.You only turn 300 once, and New Orleans throws a party like nowhere else in the world.Besides being recognized as Travel Leisure’s #2 Favorite City, Condé Nast Traveler’s Top Best Big City in the U.S., and Travel Weekly’s Readers’ Choice Award finalist city, other travel publications have indicated that 2018 will be NOLA’s best year yet.

]] admission cost, French Quarter Fest has you covered.

The Crescent City made Fodor’s 2018 Go list, Frommer’s Travel Guides’ Best Places to Go in 2018, and Travel Leisure’s 50 Best Places to Travel in 2018. We’ve got countless other reasons to visit the Crescent City, but here are our 18 faves.

You only turn 300 once, and New Orleans throws a party like nowhere else in the world.

Besides being recognized as Travel Leisure’s #2 Favorite City, Condé Nast Traveler’s Top Best Big City in the U.

S., and Travel Weekly’s Readers’ Choice Award finalist city, other travel publications have indicated that 2018 will be NOLA’s best year yet.

admission cost, French Quarter Fest has you covered.

The Crescent City made Fodor’s 2018 Go list, Frommer’s Travel Guides’ Best Places to Go in 2018, and Travel Leisure’s 50 Best Places to Travel in 2018. We’ve got countless other reasons to visit the Crescent City, but here are our 18 faves.

You only turn 300 once, and New Orleans throws a party like nowhere else in the world.

Besides being recognized as Travel Leisure’s #2 Favorite City, Condé Nast Traveler’s Top Best Big City in the U.

S., and Travel Weekly’s Readers’ Choice Award finalist city, other travel publications have indicated that 2018 will be NOLA’s best year yet.

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