The festival brings a kickoff parade with Casa Samba, a chicken-eating contest, live music and fried chicken to Woldenberg Park. There is a live music stage and a DJ stage. Saturday's lineup includes Shamarr Allen & the Underdawgs, Kristin Diable & The City, Sean Ardoin and Zydekool, Los Po-Boy-Citos and DJ Raj Smoove. On Sunday, there's Big Freedia (pictured), Big Sam's Funky Nation, Motel Radio, Partners-N-Crime and the Big Easy Band, DJ Quickie Mart and DJ Captain Charles.
New Orleans’ fall calendar is packed with big events, including tour stops by Jay Z and Bruno Mars and performances by Kendrick Lamar and the Foo Fighters at the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience. The international contemporary art world descends on the city for the fourth edition of Prospect New Orleans, which launches Nov. 18 at venues around town.
Thursday, September 14, 2017 40 Arpent Brewing Company to close today Posted By Will Coviello on Thu, Sep 14, 2017 at 2:09 PM click to enlarge 40 Arpent Brewing Company announced via social media that the brewery is closing permanently at 4 p.m. Sept. 14 The closure is "related to differences between (business) partners," founder Michael Naquin told Gambit. 40 Arpent began brewing and introduced its first beer in 2014. It added a taproom at its Arabi brewery in October 2016, and offered...
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