Yeah, it’s hot in New Orleans in June. We’re not going to deny it. You could chargrill an oyster on the sidewalk if you were so inclined, but we have a better idea. Get yourself a big frozen daiquiri and walk around one of these festivals in the Vieux Carré. What? You’d rather stay home and mow the lawn? (We didn’t think so.) But here’s the best part. Hotel Provincial offers great rates in the summertime. Book now.
Come out of your shell for the annual New Orleans Oyster Festival at Woldenberg Riverfront Park in the French Quarter. This two-day party features live music, arts, crafts, oyster shucking contests and more. See you by the cocktail sauce. Learn more.
We love our Creole tomatoes in New Orleans. This annual festival at the French Market features a second line parade, live music, a Bloody Mary Market, tomato eating contests, kids activities, and plenty of good stuff to eat and drink from many of your favorite restaurants. Learn more.
Put on your cowboy hat and head to Louis Armstrong Park for the 13th Annual Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival, featuring music on two stages, great Louisiana seafood and crafts. Admission is free so get up and zyde-go! Learn more.