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French Quarter Fest 2016 - Your Planning Guide

French Quarter Festival

Despite the fact that more and more tourists have found their way to French Quarter Fest in New Orleans, it's still a local favorite.

Free entry, amazing food and drinks, dozens and dozens of local bands performing every day and a "stage" that spreads along the riverfront and through the French Quarter combine for one of the most simultaneously laid back and exciting weekends of the spring festival season.

Whether you choose to stake a spot at a stage for the day or spend your time wandering from one end of the Quarter to the other, you're in for a good time, good eats and good music. 

Don't forget your dancing shoes :)

 

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Comment balloon 0 commentsLisa Heindel • March 29 2016 12:56PM
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