Weather-wise, October is one of the best months for being outdoors in New Orleans. Take your pick of fests and join us for fall fun in the French Quarter and beyond. Make Hotel Provincial your home base as you enjoy the following unique October events in New Orleans, a one-of-a-kind city. Book now.
Tremé Fall Fest is a highlight of the fall festival season in New Orleans. Enjoy authentic fare from local restaurants and food trucks as well as arts and crafts booths.
Oktoberfest in New Orleans is three weekends of German food, music, culture and fun. Sponsored by the Deutches Haus of New Orleans, Oktoberfest 2019 will take place at 1700 Moss Street. Zum Woh! (To your health!)
We bet you dollars to donuts you’ll love this event at the New Orleans City Park Festival Grounds. Eat all the beignets you want (the usual 3 won’t do) and enjoy performances by great local musicians.
This free fest in Armstrong Park will feature mac n’ cheese and other fare from 15 restaurants, live music, and beer & cocktails. Its comfort food at its best.
This film festival was named one of the “25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee” by MovieMaker Magazine, and one of the “Fifteen Fests You Should Enter” by Premium Beat. If you love the movies, you won’t want to miss it.
As usual, this year's celebration in Lafayette Square Park will include entertainment by great local acts as well as BBQ from the top restaurants and smokers in the region.
Get ready to yell “throw me something, Monster” at this annual Mardi Gras-style Halloween event with floats from Kern Studios. Due to the tragic accident at the Hard Rock Hotel, the route will not travel down Canal Street. For more information and an updated parade route, visit www.kreweofboo.com.
Mumford and Sons, Marilyn Manson, Childish Gambino, Arctic Monkeys and more are headlining this year’s festival under the oaks in City Park. Come “Worship the Music.”
Every year, costumed partiers head for Frenchmen Street for a Halloween party like no other. Get the details. The LGBT community will also be out celebrating on Bourbon and St. Ann streets in the French Quarter. Don’t miss the fun. Learn more.
Photo courtesy of Krewe of Boo.