New Orleans Events
Abodes ranging from a former jail to a 171-square-foot tiny house
Hours also are extended through Labor Day weekend
The cancer-plagued neighborhood is a subject of an exhibit examining pollution and its impact on marginalized communities
Julia Street’s 25th annual art walk will be held this Saturday
The city will host both festivals next April
The grand opening happens at noon on Saturday, August 31
Towards the end of pride festival, New Orleans will host its annual parade.
The inaugural tour through the Lower Garden District and Irish Channel kicks off Sunday, May 19
Sponsored by the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, the inaugural Storm Sweep will prepare communities for hurricane season
Katy Red, Imani Perry, Black Thought and Mayor LaToya Cantrell give talks; Make Music NOLA, Washitaw Nation and other groups perform
Parades, bar hops, egg hunts, and more
7 can’t-miss places to check out during the fest
The new exhibition center celebrates its grand opening with a block party May 18
The New Orleans Recreation Development’s 11-week outdoor film series kicks off this Friday.
Whether if you’re looking for a parade, or wanting to learn more about Martin Luther King Jr., here are 7 free events you can attend this upcoming holiday.
Here’s how to get involved
This year brings more pyrotechnics than ever before
The city’s free ‘Song Stories’ concert series continues with a performance by PJ Morton at Gallier Hall’s newly renovated theater
The Grammy-nominated artist plays at 7 p.m. Tuesday, December 11
The festive event takes place this weekend and highlights the Lower Garden District
Krewe of Jingle and Krewe of Krampus kick off at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., respectively
It features homes in shipping containers, a grain silo, and a former jail.
Get your zombie makeup ready and head to free dance classes to learn Michael Jackson’s iconic ‘Thriller’ choreography.
The 11th annual Halloween parade in New Orleans rolls tonight.
Six residents also received free home repairs at the yearly "Building Healthy Neighborhoods" event.
The six-mile tours follow an ancient portage route through four historic neighborhoods.
Clean catch basins reduce the city’s flooding risk
Volunteers enjoy cleaner lakefront communities (and a free picnic)
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Here’s a roundup of the best places to spend your Memorial Day weekend in and around New Orleans.
WWNO, The Lens, and ISeeChange will host a free walking tour from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.