Events Around the City
New Orleans is known for its nonstop vibrant atmosphere and colorful events. From Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest to the annual college football bowl games, there’s something going on just about every day of the year. Stay at any of the four boutique hotels in the French Quarter Guest Houses collection and you’ll enjoy a front-row seat just steps from all the action!
Find out about upcoming events taking place during your stay at one of our French Quarter Guest Houses hotels.
During the month of August, experience authentic New Orleans cuisine from all over the city with this annual culinary tradition. Coolinary features specially priced prefixed menus that will delight the palate without breaking the bank!
Also know as the "Gay Mardi Gras," Southern Decadence is one of the largest annual celebrations and festivals for the LGBTQ community in New Orleans! People begin to arrive on the Wednesday before Labor Day, and generally don't even think about going home until the following Tuesday.
The 11th annual Burlesque Festival celebrates the sultry performing arts that helped make Bourbon Street world-renowned. Attendees can enjoy live burlesque performances and a dynamic showcase that will crown this year’s Queen of Burlesque.
The New Orleans Saints take on the Houston Texans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for their first home game of the season. Check out their season schedule in the link below. WHO DAT!
Voodoo Festival boasts more than 65 bands over three days with an all-star lineup for 2019! This festival falls over Halloween weekend in New Orleans and showcases local artists, cuisine and of course music! They say that Voodoo is more than just a Festival – it's an experience.
The Oak Street Po-Boy Festival is a one day event which features live music, arts, crafts and of course - Po-Boys! Take a stroll down Oak Street and sample over 60 different variations of New Orleans best po-boys. Your taste buds will be so grateful!
Boudin, Bourbon and Beer Emeril is Lagasse's annual event to raise money for the Emeril Lagassee Foundation. This one-night event with more than fifty award-winning chefs, including John Besh, Hugh Acheson, Ed Lee and Frank Stitt, boasts the many delicious ways of cooking Louisiana sausage, also known as boudin. With plenty of specialty cocktails and delicious dishes, the night is sure to be outstanding!