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August

  • Aug 01 - 31, 2022 at New Orleans Celebrate dining in America's most delicious city! This summer restaurant promotion during the month of August features affordably priced mouthwatering three-course menus. It's going to be a delicious summer, with famous New Orleans restaurants offering specially priced summer menu.
  • Aug 13, 2022 at New Orleans The New Orleans Red Dress Run is one of the largest Red Dress Runs in the United States. Hosted by the New Orleans Hash House Harriers, the New Orleans Red Dress Run contributes to several charities.

September

  • TBD at New Orleans City Park festival grounds Join beer lovers from all over kick off Oktoberfest with the absolute largest and most outrageous beer festival in the region.
  • Sep 01 - 05, 2022 at French Quarter Informally known as "Gay Mardi Gras," Southern Decadence is a long weekend event sponsored by New Orleans' gay and lesbian community and centers around the French Quarter.

October

  • TBD at Lafayette Square Park This free festival is held at Lafayette Square (between St. Charles and Camp Street). It features two stages, as well as crafts, and of course, food, including New Orleans' best BBQ!
  • TBD at Federal City, 2500 General Meyer Ave at Shirley Drive The Algiers Fest will celebrate the military, police and the Algiers community.
  • TBD at Treme Produced by the Historic Faubourg Tremé Association, the Treme Fall Festival supports the vibrant history and culture of Tremé.
  • Oct 07 - 09, 2022 at Gretna Enjoy the casual atmosphere of this diverse music and arts festival located in historic downtown Gretna. Take the ferry across the Mississippi River, and make a day of it!

November

  • TBD at Champion's Square Emeril Lagasse Foundation's Boudin, Bourbon & Beer is a great way to raise money for a good cause, sample delicious food from top local as well as national chefs and enjoy live music.
  • TBD at Oak Street, New Orleans The Po-Boy Festival is a one-day family event held on Oak Street celebrating--you guessed it--the delicious po-boy sandwich.

December

  • TBD at Audubon Zoo Audubon Zoo Lights, open the Friday after Thanksgiving through the end of December. One of America’s most beloved zoos will be decorated with festive light displays featuring alligators, elephants, flamingos, lions and more.

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