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Oyster Fest


Sunday, May 31st
Riverfront
Local Culinary delights, local music, cultural oyster tent, Acme Oyster House world Oyster Eating Contest, and the P&J Oyster Shucking contest.
 

Cajun-Zydeco Fest


June 6th - 7th
Armstrong Park
Louisiana’s best Cajun and zydeco performers, including Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas, the Lost Bayou Ramblers and more. Free event produced and presented by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation.
 

Festigals


June 11th - 14th
JW Marriott New Orleans
The original girlfriend getaway weekend celebration is bodaciously bigger and better than ever. Festivities for the fifth annual celebration include fun events, inspiring seminars and unique networking opportunities.
 

Dinner and a ZOOvie: Frozen


Friday, June 12th
Audubon Zoo
Picnic at the zoo before Frozen - the sing along version begins under the stars around 8:15pm! Plus you'll have a chance to visit Cool Zoo/Gator Run! For the low price of $10 per person (under 2 years of age free), movie goers can splash around in Cool Zoo, including Gator Run from 6pm to 8pm.
 

Creole Tomato Festival


June 13th - 14th
French Market
The festival features three music stages within a three block area. Kid's activities and lots of food options featuring the star of the weekend - the creole tomato.
 

St Tammany Crab Festival


June 27th - 28th
Heritage Park, Slidell
Festival goers will enjoy Cowboy Mouth, Bag of Donuts, Rockin Dopsie & more. Classic car show, kid's activities and of course boiled crabs and various crab dishes as well as other good food.
 

Uncle Sam Jam


Friday, July 3rd
Lafreniere Park
Bring your blankets and chairs. Food & beverage vendors available (NO outside food or beverages). Fireworks display at 9pm. Live DJ Music throughout the afternoon and live bands in the evening! 

 

Go 4th on the River


Saturday, July 4th
Riverfront Downtown
Magic 101.9 has the official soundtrack to the dueling barges fireworks on the river on the 4th of July so make sure to tune your radio to us or listen online at magic1019.com or the TuneIn app when you're watching the fireworks!  
 

Dinner and a Zoovie: Annie


Friday, July 10th
Audubon Zoo
Picnic at the zoo before Annie (2014) begins under the stars around 8:15pm! ZOOvie tickets are $5 per person, (children under two years of age are free) and you’re welcome to bring chairs and blankets.

Running of the Bulls


Saturday, July 11th
Warehouse District, New Orleans
Just like the version in Spain, but our "bulls" are the Big Easy Roller Girls. Wear your white and red and run fast.
 

Bastille Day Fete


Satruday, July 11th
Spanish Plaza
New Orleans’ Bastille Day weekend’s main event is Bastille Day Fête: a free, public festival taking place this year at the revitalized Spanish Plaza at the Riverwalk. Catch a Mississippi River breeze while feasting on delicious French food from local restaurants and dancing to the sound of live music.
 

Dinner and a ZOOvie: Big Hero 6


Friday, July 24th
Audubon Zoo
Picnic at the zoo before Big Hero 6 begins under the stars around 8:15pm!
ZOOvie tickets are $5 per person, (children under two years of age are free) and you’re welcome to bring chairs and blankets.
 

Idina Menzel


Thursday, July 30th
Saenger Theater
Hot on the heels of a remarkable year that included performing the smash hit “Let It Go” from Frozen and a Best Actress Tony Award nomination  - superstar Idina Menzel will make New Orleans a part of her 2015 world tour.
 

Satchmo Summerfest


July 30th - Aug 2nd
Old U.S. Mint
Satchmo SummerFest is a three-day local music showcase located on the ground of the Louisiana State Museum’s Old U.S. Mint. Satchmo SummerFest features free, local music with a focus on jazz and brass bands. Don't miss Red Bean Alley - the food booths from some of New Orleans finest restaurants.
 

Colbie Caillat and Christina Perri


Friday, August 14th
Champions Square
The co-headlining tour with Colbie Caillat and Christina Perri is called the Girls Night Out, Boys Can Come Too Tour and will stop outside the Dome this summer. Tickets range from $29-$42.
 

Billy Idol


Mon & Tues, September 28th & 29th
House of Blues
Billy Idol's first show sold-out so they added a 2nd show. Don't wait to get your tickets to see this 80's legend that still rocks. 
 

Jackson Browne


Thursday, October 15th
Saenger Theater
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member and performer of favorites like "The Pretender", "Running on Empty", "Doctor My Eyes", and "Somebody's Baby" will be live in the relatively intimate setting of the Saenger. Tickets range from $50-$86.
 

Josh Groban


Wednesday, October 21st
Saenger Theater
Josh Groban's new CD is called "Stages" and it is filled with performances of some of the greatest musical theater songs of all time. See Josh create those performances live on tour. Tickets range from $52-$175.
 


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