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French Quarter Festival 2018 Opening Day Highlights

French Quarter Festival presented by Chevron, the largest showcase of Louisiana music, food, and culture in the world, begins Thursday, April 12 with 'Locals' Lagniappe Day'. Opening day highlights include the 10 a.m. kickoff parade from Bourbon Street to Jackson Square and music on six stages from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. On the Hilton Tricentennial Stage in Jackson Square, Preservation All-Stars kick off a full day of FREE music. Catch two Grammy-winning groups on the Chevron Cajun/Zydeco Stage when Lost Bayou Ramblers are followed by Chubby Carrier.

Herman Leonard: Documenting the Giants of Jazz Exhibit Opens on April 5 New Orleans Jazz Museum at the Old U.S. Mint

The New Orleans Jazz Museum, in conjunction with Herman Leonard Photography, LLC and the GRAMMY Museum® L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, debut a new photo exhibition, Herman Leonard: Documenting the Giants of Jazz. The exhibit showcases some of the most iconic photos shot by prolific photographer Herman Leonard. The exhibition opens with a reception at the New Orleans Jazz Museum on Thursday, April 5, from 6pm to 9 pm, featuring live music from the Detroit Brooks Trio, refreshments, and a cash bar.
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Historic French Quarter Easter Parade

Put on your Easter bonnets and head to The French Quarter Easter morning for the Historic French Quarter Easter Parade! It starts at Antoine’s Restaurant at 9:45 a.m. The parade, consisting largely of mule-drawn carriages and old convertibles, makes its leisurely way to the St. Louis Cathedral for 11:00am Mass. Following Mass, participants in the parade promenade to Jackson Square to show off their Easter bonnets.
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Sippin' in the Courtyard Returns at the Maison Dupuy March 28th

The Maison Dupuy kicks-off the popular Sippin’ In the Courtyard Spring Series on March 28th. Featured musical entertainment for the evening will be “Alex Owen and the Messy Cookers”. The beneficiary will be Second Harvest Food Bank. Attendees will be able to purchase raffle tickets to win baskets of coveted prizes such as overnight stays, dinners, bar tabs, and other items provided by the Maison Dupuy. All proceeds from raffle sales will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank.
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THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Returns to New Orleans at the Saenger Theatre

NEW ORLEANS – (Nov. 29, 2017) - Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA will make its highly anticipated return to New Orleans at the Saenger Theatre for two weeks March 14 – 25, 2018. With newly reinvented staging and stunning scenic design, this new version of PHANTOM is performed by a cast and orchestra of 52, making this one of the largest productions on tour in North America.

Gray Line Celebrates the City’s Tricentennial: Changes Made to French Quarter Walking Tour

New Orleans, LA (February 8, 2018)— 2018—the year we commemorate 300 years of a historic, culturally-rich, resilient and beautiful city. All of New Orleans has been incorporating the tricentennial into their new year and Gray Line will also join ranks with an updated French Quarter Walking Tour. The updates were made to hi-light some of the most intriguing facts about one of America’s oldest living neighborhoods.

Collectible Carnival Cocktail Special at Bombay Club

the Bombay Club is wanting you to enjoy its Ojen cocktail with a carnival twist! Similar to the New Orleans king cake baby, the feve is a porcelain trinket traditionally placed in a king cake and the person to find a feve is "king (or queen)" for the day and must provide the next king cake -- or in this case -- the Ojen cocktail! Collect them all! Available January 6-February 13 at the Bombay Club! Make reservation