BUKU Music + Art Project has returned this year in a new one-time-only iteration in October. BUKU: Planet B is an alternative way to experience the festival, with a smaller size that still packs a major punch. Over 50 acts will perform against the backdrop of the haunting Market Street Power… Read more

In a city known for turning anything and everything into a celebration, the return of events is exhilarating to say the least. Galerie de Galatoire, the newest addition to the Galatoire's family, welcomes weddings, fundraisers, and other festivities to its dreamy Royal Street event space tra… Read more

Meet 12 talented women — leaders in their realms of art, design, fashion, and food — as we spotlight entrepreneurship, innovative thinking, and the power of creativity. Read more

While Jazz Fest is on hold, JAMNOLA invites festival lovers to the newly launched JAMFest taking place Wednesday, April 21 through Sunday, May 2. The family-friendly event includes two new installations at the interactive art gallery, weekend arts & crafts vendors, and festival food, wit… Read more

Enjoy music, dinner, and a night out in NOMA's Besthoff Sculpture Garden during Music in the Garden. On Friday, April 16, The New Orleans Klezmer All Stars will perform an intimate, socially distanced outdoor show, assembled by internationally renowned multi-instrumentalist and composer Mahm… Read more

Since Jazz Fest has been postponed from April to October, a new event might help fill the void. Farmstand Live, a series of cultural experiences featuring live music, culinary delights, and farm fresh produce served up in a drive-in setting, will take place Saturday, April 24 and Saturday, M… Read more

Rally up your pod for a citywide scavenger hunt hosted by Gambit. Felicity to Frenchmen will take place on Saturday, April 17, and the team (up to four participants) with the most points will win $500 and a gift pack from Dirty Coast. There will be second and third prize winners as well, and… Read more

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Spring in New Orleans is officially here, and the city is already bustling with activities. Although festivals have been pushed to later in the year, there are plenty of fun events to attend both in-person and online. Spruce up your home with a hand crafted creation, listen in on a lively di… Read more

Planning your post-pandemic travels and adventures? You don't have to look too far. Wanderfest, the world's first outdoor travel festival for women hosted by Wanderful, just released tickets for the March 2022 event taking place at the Spanish Plaza at the Riverwalk. Hundreds of travel lover… Read more

Valentine's Day may look different this year, but there are still plenty of ways to celebrate! Bakeries and restaurants are continuing to serve tasty fare and desserts, while shops are getting in the spirit with plenty of pink and red gifts and gear. Below, a few ways to mark the occasion wi… Read more

Looking for a quick, safe getaway? Paloma Lake, a 53-acre private lake just 20 miles from New Orleans, welcomes visitors of ages and backgrounds to experience its luxury lodges and cabins. The property was designed and constructed with the outdoor enthusiast in mind and for those who like to… Read more

If you've resolved to shop locally, pick up yoga or meditation, or visit museums more often, New Orleans Museum of Art has you covered on all fronts. The museum is starting the year off with plenty of opportunities to get a head start on your resolutions with free admission, beautiful exhibi… Read more

Treat someone (or yourself!) to the gift of music this season while supporting local musicians with Preservation Hall. Members of its musical collective will deliver Preservation HALLiday Gram merchandise packages (complete with a performance!) in Orleans and Jefferson Parishes starting Frid… Read more

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After a difficult year (to say the least!), it seems like everyone is in the spirit to celebrate the holidays twofold. Singers Elizabeth Lyons and Corri English, in collaboration with Daou Vineyards and BMI, are spreading cheer with their new, catchy song called "Feelin' Like Christmas". Read more

The New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute is hosting a festive and COVID-friendly activity on its rooftop. This December, enjoy an intimate moving screening with a themed dinner, cocktail pairings, and panoramic views of the city.  Read more

Looking for a unique Halloween experience this year? Join JAMNOLA during their Halloween Artist Takeover with local costumer and makeup artist La Adorna. House of Eclectic Souls is a five-day event that begins Tuesday, October 27 through Saturday, October 27. The experiences on Friday and Sa… Read more

Join the Historic New Orleans Collection this season for their slate of free Virtual Field Trips which are all open to the public. Students, parents, historic buffs, and more can explore New Orleans and Louisiana's vast history through the presentations and chat with THNOC staff. Read more

It's almost the weekend! Whether you're catching up on work, errands, or have a fun-filled day scheduled, these events (both virtual and in-person) are great local additions to your weekend lineup.  Read more

Ensure a musical end to your weekend with Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra's new streamed series. Suite Sundays is kicking off Sunday, July 26 and will bring music, sweets, and a bottle of wine to homes across New Orleans. The debut event will feature music by Florence Price, Beethoven, Piaz… Read more

Looking for Fourth of July plans? Z Event Company is hosting a socially distant drive-in music festival and fireworks show on Saturday, July 4. The family friendly six-hour event follows the success of a drive-in showing of Grease, which took place in May. Read more

Join Forever Publishing and Garden District Book Shop for an exclusive event featuring New Orleans author Farrah Rochon and her latest novel The Boyfriend Project. The virtual launch party is scheduled for Tuesday, June 9 at 6 p.m. and will feature a discussion with bestselling author and po… Read more

While this Summer is sure to be different than those of the past, there are still events across New Orleans to look forward to. From days dedicated to nonprofits to movie nights to luxury real estate auctions, these virtual events taking place this June are worth noting.  Read more

As the city slowly begins to move forward with reopening, many businesses and organizations continue to offer virtual programming. The Historic New Orleans Collection has two upcoming events that are meant to bring people together while still remaining physically apart. Whether you're a movi… Read more

Distinguishing one day from another has become a more frequent and difficult puzzle to solve, but adding in something to look forward to during this quarantine might be the trick. Whether you're at home with your significant other, your family, or your roommate, declaring a night dedicated t… Read more

Looking for new ways to give back to New Orleans during the COVID-19 crisis? Avery Rowan, a local artist, and Commander's Palace are currently holding auctions to support the efforts of the Greater New Orleans Foundation and Feed the Front Line Nola. Whether you're walking away with a new pi… Read more

Looking for new sources of entertainment for your housebound kids? Little Miss Muffin has discounted their vast selection of creative and educational toys and activities. Offering a 25% discount on everything from puzzles to craft sets, the options are plentiful for all ages and interests. B… Read more

There is sure to be a moment (or several moments) of boredom during this period of social distancing. While streaming services like Netflix offer hours of entertainment, we suggest stretching your creative muscles with a craft kit. There are kits for all types of crafting—painting, embroider… Read more

You've completed your puzzle and done all of your Spring cleaning. Now what? Skip the screen time and go back to basics with a good old-fashioned coloring page. Artists and big brands are offering free downloads covering everything from New Orleans architecture to your child's favorite Disne… Read more

As we settle into our new reality, it's important to remember that New Orleans can still be experienced from home. Whether it's virtually visiting a museum or enjoying a workout from a New Orleans studio, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the city and its many offerings, while also following… Read more