November 9, 2012 | Upcoming Events

There is never a dull moment in New Orleans. This November is packed full of events, and I’m sure you’ll find something to enjoy whether you’re visiting the Crescent City this month or a year round resident. This month features culture, music and food: what else did you expect coming out of the Big Easy?

Louisiana Swamp FestivalLadyFest New Orleans is November 7 to 11. It’s a music, spoken word and arts festival organized by local women of all backgrounds to celebrate and encourage the music, poetry, art and activism in New Orleans, along with benefiting local organizations that support women.

That same weekend is the Treme Creole Gumbo Festival (November 10-11) at Congo Square in Armstrong park. The event features bowls and bowls of spicy Creole Gumbo and a two day line-up of some of the city’s finest brass jazz bands.

If you’re a craft beer connoisseur or just like trying new beers, November 10th is New Orleans On Tap at City Park. The event features more than two hundred beers on tap with proceeds benefiting the Louisiana SPCA.

Here’s  one that you can’t miss! The Oak Street Po-Boy Festival is November 18th. The mouth watering event features 30 restaurants and food vendors serving a wide range of po-boy sandwiches and not one, but two stages for live music.

Stay tuned, that’s just a handful of the events going on this month. Which one are you looking forward to the most?