Saturday, Feb. 9 Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus, 7 p.m. — Forms at at Press and Chartres streets; disbands at Press and Royal streets. Saturday, Feb. 16 Saturday, Feb. 9 Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus, 7 p.m. — Forms at at Press and Chartres streets; disbands at Press and Royal streets. Saturday, Feb. 16 Krewe du Vieux, 6:30 p.m.
We Dat’s Chicken & Shrimp is set to open its third location in the Greater New Orleans area on Monday, Jan. 21. This location marks the third restaurant of the same name for local restaurateur Greg Tillery in four years. We Dat’s Marrero location will be its largest location yet and will feature decor highlighting
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival officially announced its talent line-up for the 2019 Jazz Fest at a press conference today (Tuesday, Jan. 15). Producers of the 50th anniversary Jazz Fest have decided to mark the milestone event with something special: the addition of another day of the signature festival celebrating New Orleans music
The Ashé Cultural Arts Center is located in the historically-significant corridor of Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. (formerly known as Dryades Street) in a neighborhood called Central City. Just minutes from downtown and easily accessible by public transit, Ashe offers a unique cultural experience, not generally found in other cities across the globe. Officially opening in December 1998, the Ashé Cultural
The award-winning AFRICA UMOJA – the world-renowned music and entertainment experience that has captivated audiences in over 50 countries – heads to New Orleans from Oct. 9-14 at the Mahalia Jackson Theater. This is the third USA Tour, for the performance direct from South Africa, sharing the story, songs, dance, arts and cultural heritage of South Africa in