NEWSLETTER SIGNUP
Your monthly guide to NOLA'S foods, drinks, music and more.
Please enter a valid email address
 

Louisiana Seafood Festival
October 27-29, 2017

Event DetailsWhen: October 27-29, 2017
Where: Woldenberg Park
Cost: $10
More Info: Click Here
Happenings at the Audubon Zoo
Happenings at the Audubon Zoo
Happenings at the Audubon Zoo
Happenings at the Audubon Zoo

From October 27-29, head to Woldenberg Park for three days of seafood, cocktails, live music, and family fun! Previously held over Labor Day Weekend, the event will now take place from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on October 27 and 28, and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on October 29.

Food

With Louisiana’s incredible seafood history, it’s no surprise that we have a three-day festival to celebrate this delicious fare. A variety of Louisiana vendors will provide their takes on every type of seafood cuisine – oysters, crawfish, shrimp, and more.

This year's food vendors include:

Music

Throughout the festival grounds, local Louisiana musicians will keep festival-goers dancing.

To view this year's musical lineup click here.

Events

Art Village
Head to the Art Village to browse through a variety of local art vendors! Crafts, arts, jewelry, textiles, and more will be featured.

Cooking Pavilion
Check out Louisiana Seafood Festival’s Cooking Pavilion. Last year’s pavilion featured celebrity chef demonstrations by Chef John Besh, Duke LoCicero, Michael Sichel of Galatoire’s and more. Stay tuned to the official website for chef announcements here!

Tickets

The prices for Louisiana Seafood Festival tickets are $10 per day, $25 for a 3-day pass, and $65 VIP ticket per day for adults and $30 per day for children. 

Get your tickets online here.

Location and Parking

The festival is located in Woldenberg Park, in the Downtown neighborhood of New Orleans. Parking lots are available nearby for hourly and daily fees.

The festival is produced as an annual fundraiser for the Louisiana Hospitality Foundation, a non-profit that aims to improve Louisiana communities by supporting education, health, and social welfare.

For more information about the Louisiana Seafood Festival, head to www.louisianaseafoodfestival.com.

 
Arrival
Departure
 
Hotels Bed and Breakfasts
 
Newsletter Signup

Your monthly guide to NOLA's foods, drinks, music and more

 
 

View Gallery

See More

Sign Up
close button

Get the LOCAL Perspective!

Get travel tips, find hidden gems, and get insider information from the Official New Orleans Newsletter

Email

close button

Thank You For Signing Up!

You are now subscribed to our New Orleans e-newsletter and we'll send you the news each month. You can unsubscribe at any time directly from any mailing.

Thanks again for your interest in New Orleans and best wishes for a memorable visit!

 
Things to See & Do | Travel Tools | Accommodations | Calendar | Media Relations | About NOTMC | Contact Us
Site Map | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Site Search | Meetings, Conventions & Group Sales | Doing Business in New Orleans

The Official Tourism Site of the City of New Orleans: NewOrleansOnline.com
All contents © 1996-2017 New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation unless otherwise specified herein. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED