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NOLA Fall Festivals

One of the best parts about living in New Orleans is there is never a boring day. If you wake up and decide, “I want to do something fun and exciting today,” there is most likely a long list of things to do. I’m here to make your life a little easier and give you a lineup of some key festivals to go to- or consider going to- this fall.

Fried Chicken Festival – 9/23 from 11am-9pm & 24th from 11am-8pm

AT Woldenberg Riverfront Park

Some info to know: presented by Canes, 35 food vendors, 2 stages, 1 cooking demo

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Beignet Fest- 10/7 from 10am-6pm

AT City Park Festival Grounds

Some info to know: 14 food vendors, no entry fee- pay for food/drinks

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Oktoberfest- October 6-7, 13-14, 20-21 (Fridays 4-11pm, Saturdays 1-11pm)

AT Deutsches Haus’ at 1700 Moss Street

Some info to know: $8 to enter, German food, drinks, music

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Crescent City Blues & BBQ Festival- 10/13 from 5-8:30 pm, 10/14 and 10/15 from 11:00 am- 8:30 pm

AT Lafayette Square

Some info to know: free to enter, food and craft vendors, 2 stages

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NOLA Mac N’ Cheese Festival- 10/21 from 11am-7pm 

AT Louis Armstrong Park

Some info to know: free to enter, 15 local vendors (not just serving mac n’ cheese), music, alcohol

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Oak Street Po-Boy Festival- 10/22 from 10am-7pm

AT Oak Street

Some info to know: $5 wristband to enter (get in advance), over 50 variations of the sandwich, local music, art

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Vodoo Music + Arts Experience- 10/27- 10/29 

AT City Park

Some info to know: Prices vary depending on 3 day versus 1 day, lineup includes the following, wear costumes

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Campus Correspondent for Her Campus Tulane Chapter Senior at Tulane University Majoring in Psychology, Minoring in Public Health Originally from Fort Myers, Florida
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