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Christmas in New Orleans for the Holiday Season
When the holiday season rolls around, New Orleans rolls out the red (and green!) carpet for our visitors. Join us in New Orleans for the holidays as we celebrate Christmas New Orleans Style!
Oak Street Po-Boy Festival
Where else but New Orleans will you find a festival celebrating a sandwich? But it's not just an ordinary sandwich: it's a po-boy and you'll find it done up in many creative ways at this year's Oak Street Po-Boy Festival. Yummy!
New Orleans Arts Calendar
The Fall Cultural Season continues to dazzle in November with opera, ballet, classical and live theatrical musicals lighting up marquees in New Orleans. Come join the excitement here in "America's First City of Culture."
Fringe Festival
"The festival of the wild, weird, fresh, and original" returns to New Orleans this November. Fringe Fest gives budding artists and creative with non-traditional projects a chance to showcase their work and, as always, some gems will stand out.
Luna FĂȘte
Get ready for another holiday lighting spectacle! The Arts Council New Orleans rolls out its first LUNA Fete, lighting up historic Gallier Hall with a spectacular display of lights, video projections and other unique visual elements.
Fifty Free Things to Do in New Orleans
With such an abundance of great music, great food and great attractions in New Orleans, a lifetime wouldn’t be enough to see and do it all. And the best part of it all is that a lot of it is FREE!
 
Prospect.3 Art Biennial
Art lovers, start planning your New Orleans fall vacation now. Prospect.3, the fourth installment of the popular public art series of exhibitions, is coming in for a three-month run featuring over 60 artists in 15 venues.
 
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Thanksgiving
In town for Thanksgiving? Whether you're here on business, on vacation with your family or for the Bayou Classic, you'll find a wide selection of New Orleans' famous restaurants serving "Turkey Day" dinners. Our fabulous cuisine awaits you. Make your reservations now.
Bayou Classic
Come spend your Thanksgiving weekend in New Orleans and enjoy all the events of the Bayou Classic. The big game between Grambling and Southern is the highlight but there is also a parade, a fan fest and more.
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