Whether it be at Mardi Gras, the Jazz Festival, or a home game for the New Orlean Saints, no city in the world competes with the culture and history of the Big Easy. Having overcome devastation in the past, The Crescent City constantly shows it's resilient character and ability make everyday in NOLA a great day. From Bourbon street to the French Quarters New Orleans is overflowing with events for all ages leaving visitors hungry for more, including the Louisiana cajun flavor that can only be found in the NOLA.
Sports in New Orleans
New Orleans has two major professional sports teams: the New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Pelicans. The only time there’s no professional sports in the city is in the summer, and event then you’ll find some minor league action. Get your Cajun-food fix before the big game and see what Who Dat? is all about in New Orleans.
Concerts in New Orleans
New Orleans is known for its great array of jazz music, but there are enough venues in the city to incorporate any type of show. New Orleans is one of the best cultural cities in the country, any they have the music to prove it.
Spring in New Orleans
The New Orleans Pelicans are at the end of their season in the spring, and this could start being a tense time now that New Orleans has had time to build up their talent through the draft and trades. The Pelicans, formally known as the Hornets until 2013, play at Smoothie King Center in the downtown area adjacent to the Superdome.
Summer in New Orleans
Summer is the best time to catch that big concert tour, and New Orleans is known for its live music. Whether it’s an impromptu brass band on Bourbon St. or a big-time artist at the Smoothie King Center, there’s a lot of music for any type of fan. Check out what’s happening at the House of Blues or The Civic Theatre to see who’s in town! The New Orleans Zephyrs, AAA affiliate of the Miami Marlins, are also playing in the summer and Zephyr Field is only a short trip from downtown and the French Quarter.
Civic Theatre Address: 510 O'keefe Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70113
Top concert venue.
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House of Blues Address: 225 Decatur St, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130
Top concert and Broadway venue.
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Fall in New Orleans
When the leaves begin to fall in NOLA, it’s time for some Saints football. Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints have long been the most electrifying offense in the NFL, and seeing them play at the Superdome is a must if you’re in the Crescent City on a Sunday. If you’re looking for college football, Tulane also plays in the Superdome or you can take the one-hour drive to Baton Rouge and see the LSU Tigers.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome Address: 1500 Sugar Bowl Dr, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112
Home to the New Orleans Saints as well as being a great concert venue.
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Tiger Stadium Address: N Stadium Rd, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70893
Home of the LSU Tigers football team.
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Winter in New Orleans
Both the Pelicans and the Saints are well into their season by the winter, and the Saints are likely making another run at a Super Bowl. There are also a bevy of theater and holiday shows in the city at some historical theatres that have been around for decades. The Saenger Theatre (opened in 1927) and the Mahalia Jackson Theatre are two great venues to check out when you’re in New Orleans.
Saenger Theatre Address: 1111 Canal St, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116
Top concert and Broadway venue.
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Major Events in New Orleans
New Orleans, because of its unique culture and never-ending party, is always at the top of the list of cities to host major sporting events. The Superdome has hosted the Men’s Final Four five times and the Super Bowl ten times. It is the home of the Sugar Bowl, and has also hosted the BCS National Championship four times. Other big events, like Muhammad Ali’s TKO over Leon Spinks and a New York Kosmos game have also been held in the city.
There truly is no city in the world like New Orleans, so if you like good music, fantastic food and a party that never ends, check out what Louisiana’s biggest city has in store for you and Score with TicketCity - the place to go for New Orleans event tickets.
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