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We found more than 50 festivals filling the massive lineup kicking off in September. New Orleans and its surrounding areas can plan to gear up for another busy fall festival season, and we also found some few festivals added to the mix. Check back for updates as we get them. Contact us if there are changes in schedule. Search for a Place or Topic. Highlights include the Bourbon Street Extravaganza — a free outdoor concert at the intersection of Bourbon and St. Ann and the Walking Parade. Google Map Country music fans can see a star-studded lineup at the second annual Freedom Fest at the Lake.
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Fall has come and summer has gone since the last time we talked. Autumn can mean many things in New Orleans: new festivals, new restaurants, and plenty of things to do. For those of us working in the music industry, we find ourselves jam-packed with show after show during our busiest season of the year and often find ourselves overwhelmed with sets.
The music will be playing from 11am to 7pm each day of the fest. The fest is donation-based and will have vendors along with the musical acts. There will be two musical stages, a Kids Village pony rides! This fest has everything you would expect and want — German food, German music, and of course, lots and lots of beer, as well as contests and dancing! The Krewe of Boo rolls through the French Quarter on October 20th at with its annual Halloween Parade — but before that amazing spectacle, take part in the Zombie Run!