Summertime Means Festival Time In New Orleans
Summer is almost here and that means temperatures are heating up, still the party keeps on going in New Orleans. We can get you and your family cool and comfortably where you want to go. Here are some summertime festivals you don’t want to miss!
Blues Berry Festival
A summertime celebration of blues music and the arts on the bank of the Bogue Falaya River in Downtown Covington! Bluesberry Festival on June 8 is a full-day immersive arts experience. The festival will feature both national and regional musical talent on the Westaff Music Stage from 10AM to 7PM, an interactive arts tent, 30+ vendors showcasing their original artwork, an Abita Beer Garden with a variety of locally crafted brews, a food truck roundup, a children’s village and more!
For more information visit: https://www.thebluesberryfest.com/
33rd Annual Creole Tomato Festival
Party for the Planet: World Oceans Day
The ocean needs our help. That’s why we’re hosting a day for you to learn more about how to protect our oceans for future generations in celebration of World Oceans Day. It’s a great opportunity to connect with nature, our communities and one another. Even better, it can be a whole lot of fun. Bring your whole family to marvel at marine life and learn how humans impact our oceans, while also enjoying interactive activities with the Audubon Educators. The party starts on June 8 from 11 AM to 3 PM at Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. Don’t forget to get your fish badge from the Entergy table and meet the new New Orleans Sirens who will help you along your Ocean Quest, Complete the Quest and earn prizes! Even the smallest positive change we can implement from one day of celebration could have a ripple effect that impacts the world for good. Together, we can help save our oceans and have fun doing it. We’ll see you there on June 8.
For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/1055721421295913/