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New Orleans is the city which offers visitors almost everything from pop music, jazz, food, along with an array of colorful events every weekend. There are approximately 130 festivals been organized annually in New Orleans and to many people, this city is considered as the “festival capital of the world” and has a huge number of people who follow the New Orleans festivals. Because of the city’s deep history, this city shares a rich music scene that lead plenty of visitors for the New Orleans Music festivals, especially the New Orleans Jazz Festival.
New Orleans is a land of festivals but the biggest and most well-known one is the city’s celebration of Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras is a New Orleans festival that has European roots dating back to the 17th and 18th century. The Mardi Gras festival is a visual treat: celebrated with masked balls, huge parties and a parade of fantastic floats. The French Quarter is a festival that is celebrated by the French Quarter neighborhood of New Orleans. It’s a weekend-long New Orleans festival which also shows the party side of the city. The New Orleans Film Festival is also an anticipated event held in October where city’s film society show off their best work.
This city has long been a significant center for music, showcasing its intertwined European, Latin, American and African cultures. There are several musical festivals that are celebrated annually. The New Orleans music festivals are mainly occupied with local Jazz musicians, who will make you fall for them with their instruments and vocals in the New Orleans Jazz Festival. As the city which brought jazz into this world, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival will prove how good the Jazz music is in New Orleans. The Essence Music Festival, Satchmo Summer Fest and the exotic Voodoo Music Experience are some of the best music festivals where you can enjoy the unique music and party to the maximum.
For all the foodies, the city offers a variety of food and drinks festivals. Louisiana seafood festival is the best seafood festival in New Orleans where you can experience every type of seafood cuisine- ysters, crawfish, shrimp, and more. Throughout, the festival is filled with music, dancing, and delicious seafood. Another much awaited food festival is the New Orleans Oyster Festival that is held in the city’s Waldenburg Park annually every June. This celebration features art and music, oyster cuisine from local restaurants and oyster-related contests.
The Crescent city blues & BBQ festival is a free festival in the hearts of New Orleans’ Central Business District with live music and exquisite barbeque delights. This festival is one of several music and food festivals presented by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation. Wining and dining in New Orleans is not just delicious, it can be for a good cause. One such festival is the Hogs for a Cause fundraiser which is conducted to help the families those are fighting paediatric brain cancer. Other festivals such as Tales of Cocktail, Crawfish festival, and Bourbon festival are some of the best New Orleans wine & food experiences that you can have.