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SPRING is Nature's Way of Saying, Let's Party!

SPRING has arrived!! Mardi Gras is over but there is always a party/celebration/festival happening in New Orleans. Now is the time to visit NOLA and enjoy all the city has to offer. The Maison Dupuy has the perfect location only two blocks from Bourbon, right in the Heart of the French Quarter, offering a beautiful courtyard with heated pool.

We still have rooms available this weekend for the French Quarter Festival!

The fun begins on Thursday, April 11 through Sunday, April 14.

More than 20 stages throughout the French Quarter celebrate local music and represent every genre from Traditional Contemporary Jazz to R&B, New Orleans Funk, Brass Bands, Folk, Gospel, Latin, Zydeco, Classical, Cabaret and International.

New Orleans GREAT restaurants serve food and beverages in Jackson Square, the old U.S. Mint, Jax Brewery and Woldenberg Riverfront Park.

For more information, please visit the French Quarter Festival website, https://frenchquarterfest.org

 

 

FFestival Facts

In 2019 – French Quarter Festival celebrates its 36th Anniversary; Christmas New Orleans Style celebrates its 35th anniversary; and Satchmo SummerFest celebrates its 19th anniversary.

French Quarter Festival was first produced in 1984 as a way to bring residents back to the Quarter; following the World’s Fair and extensive sidewalk repairs in the French Quarter.

More than 1,500 community volunteers help to make the festival a success.

French Quarter Festivals, Inc. is a private, non-profit 501c(3) organization.

Chief sources of funding are: sponsorships, beverage and merchandise sales, vendor fees, and annual Gala.

More than 20 stages throughout the French Quarter celebrate local music and represent every genre from traditional and contemporary jazz to R&B, New Orleans funk, brass bands, folk, gospel, Latin, Zydeco, classical, cabaret, and international.

New Orleans great restaurants serve food and beverages in Jackson Square, the Louisiana State Museum’s Old U.S. Mint, JAX Brewery, and Woldenberg Riverfront Park during French Quarter Festival weekend; Satchmo SummerFest hosts New Orleans restaurants with Louis Armstrong-inspired dishes and great local cuisine. Louisiana restaurants are invited to participate in these festivals.

French Quarter Festival has been consistently voted “favorite festival”, “favorite food festival”, and “favorite event open to the public” by locals.estival Facts

In 2019 – French Quarter Festival celebrates its 36th Anniversary; Christmas New Orleans Style celebrates its 35th anniversary; and Satchmo SummerFest celebrates its 19th anniversary.

French Quarter Festival was first produced in 1984 as a way to bring residents back to the Quarter; following the World’s Fair and extensive sidewalk repairs in the French Quarter.

More than 1,500 community volunteers help to make the festival a success.

French Quarter Festivals, Inc. is a private, non-profit 501c(3) organization.

Chief sources of funding are: sponsorships, beverage and merchandise sales, vendor fees, and annual Gala.

More than 20 stages throughout the French Quarter celebrate local music and represent every genre from traditional and contemporary jazz to R&B, New Orleans funk, brass bands, folk, gospel, Latin, Zydeco, classical, cabaret, and international.

New Orleans great restaurants serve food and beverages in Jackson Square, the Louisiana State Museum’s Old U.S. Mint, JAX Brewery, and Woldenberg Riverfront Park during French Quarter Festival weekend; Satchmo SummerFest hosts New Orleans restaurants with Louis Armstrong-inspired dishes and great local cuisine. Louisiana restaurants are invited to participate in these festivals.

French Quarter Festival has been consistently voted “favorite festival”, “favorite food festival”, and “favorite event open to the public” by locals.

 

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