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French Quarter Festival Returns as a Live Event Sept. 30-Oct. 2 – New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-06-16 09:10:07 –

Tank and the Bangas to be featured in French Quarterfest 2021

New Orleans — Non-profit French Quarter Festivals Inc.But French Quarter Festival presented by Chevron.. The rare autumn edition of the event will take place from September 30th to October. 2. In different quarter locations.

FQFI organizers will consolidate festival activities into three days (Thursday-Saturday) to allow city officials to devote security and safety resources to New Orleans Saints home games on Sunday, October 3. Did. The event features regional cuisine from over 50 local restaurants, hundreds of Louisiana musicians on 19 stages, and other cultural events. The festival is held daily from 11am to 9pm.

“We have strengthened our ability to maintain flexibility through the COVID crisis,” FQFI CEO Emily Madero said in a release. “As one of the largest free music and food festivals in the United States, we always want our influence to be in the best interests of our city and French quarter neighbors and businesses. For our fans. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to enjoy both French Quarterfest and Saints games on the same weekend! We bring together our favorite local festivals and local teams to NOLA’s resilience and normal life I couldn’t write any more congratulations to commemorate my return. ”

The lineup includes Tank and the Bangas, John Boutté, The Amanda Show, Rickie Lee Jones, Big Chief Juan Pardo & Golden Comanche, Fermin Sevalos + Meringue 4FOUR, Sporties Brass Band, Chapel Heart Band, Lily Lewis and hundreds of others.

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French Quarter Festivals Inc. also produced the Satchmo Summer Fest, announced by Chevron in August, and the Holidays New Orleans Style in December. For more information, please visit:

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