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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!
Road to Berlin Pavilion at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans
The National World War II Museum in the Warehouse Arts District of downtown New Orleans will be presenting its new exhibit with the December 13 opening of "Road to Berlin: European Theater Galleries" in the Campaigns of Courage Pavilion.
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."
Sugar Bowl in New Orleans
"Kick off" 2015 with some exciting live college football action on New Year's Day. It's the annual Allstate Sugar Bowl, fielding the #1 Alabama Crimson Tide against the #4 Ohio State Buckeyes.
Rock 'n' Roll Marathon
"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.
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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New Year's Eve
"5-4-3-2-1-HAPPY NEW YEAR!" Count down the final seconds of 2014 in New Orleans, a city that celebrates New Year's Eve like nowhere else. Live music and a festive spirit in the French Quarter make this a night to remember.
Battle of New Orleans Bicentennial
It was a stunning victory for a young nation weary of war and in desperate need of morale booster. The Battle of New Orleans, which made a national hero and President of Andrew Jackson, will be celebrating its bicentennial with a series of commemorative events.
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