Festival Fun this weekend

It’s officially Fall and this weekend will be slightly cooler. Get out and enjoy some of the great festivals going on this weekend!

Gretna Fest 
Friday, September 29 – Sunday, October 1
Click here for location details
Bring the whole family out and enjoy a 3-day music festival with performances by national artists and Louisiana locals. Food vendors, arts & crafts, entertainment, kids activities and more will be available. Click here for the full line up and to purchase your wrist bands.
Treme Fall Fest
September 29 – October 1
Various locations. Click here for more information.
Support the architecture, culture, and history of Treme. Vendors and performers will align along the streets and offer a great experience to honor the unique history and heritage of this neighborhood. 
Kenner Hot Diggity Dog Fest
Saturday, September 30, 11:30 am-9 pm
Kenner’s Laketown, 5050 Williams Blvd, Kenner, 70065
This family and dog-friendly fest supports the planning and building of a Dog Park in the City of Kenner. Support the Fest, Support the Dog Park. Click here for the full event schedule.
Carnaval Latino
September 30th, 2017, 6 pm-1 am
Generations Hall, 310 Andrew Higgins Dr., New Orleans
In celebration of the National Hispanic Heritage Month, Carnaval Latino will host a parade through the historic French Quarter, the most Hispanic neighborhood of our country. Festival goers will then enjoy some of the best in Latin music, art, food and drink, at Generations Hall. Click here for the event details.
Que Pasa Fest
Saturday, September 29 – October 7
Various locations. Click here for more information.
Que Pasa Fest is a multi-day festival filled with live music, dancing, food, art, and soccer and will be held at various locations throughout the Greater New Orleans area.
Hispanic Heritage Fest
Sunday, October 1, 1 pm-6 pm
The Shrine on Airline, 6000 Airline Dr., Metairie
The free event is in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage month and will feature health screenings, services for the community, children’s activities, food trucks, free cotton candy, ice cream and popcorn, and musical performances. The HCCL will be collecting non-perishables donations for hurricane victims for Angeles de Amor.
Looking for more local fun, check out our online calendar!

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