Oak Street Po-Boy Festival and more things to do in New Orleans this weekend
The Oak Street Po-Boy Festival is this weekend, and Christmas events are starting.
Here are some ideas for things to do this weekend.
🤣 Hell Yes Fest, New Orleans' comedy festival, is all weekend. (Schedule)
📚 Words & Music Festival continues Friday and Saturday with music, poetry, workshops and live readings. (Details)
🎄 The Celebration in the Oaks Preview Party is Saturday night at City Park. It combined with Jingle Bells & Beer this year. (Tickets)
🕺 Sober Fest is Saturday at The Sugar Mill. The alcohol-free event has music, games and food. (Tickets)
🧑🎄 Santa arrives at Lakeside Shopping Center on Saturday morning with a parade. (Tickets)
🦕 The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra performs the score to "Jurassic Park" during a movie viewing Saturday night at the Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts. (Details)
🐱 The Louisiana SPCA is hosting "Caturday" on Saturday at the Children's Resource Center Library. Craft cat toys and play with the adoptable felines. (Details)
🥖 The Oak Street Po-Boy Festival offers food and music Sunday during a street party that draws nearly 50,000 people each year. (Details)
🎵 The Music in the Garden series continues Sunday with Salvador Avila and Susanne Ortner doing a free performance in the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden. (Details)
🎨 A new exhibit opens Tuesday at The Cabildo Museum celebrating the works of Hunt Slonem, an internationally acclaimed painter and sculptor. (Details)
Also: See Gambit's event calendar for more ideas.
- And here's the WWOZ Livewire for live music options.
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