RAIN OR SHINE!



LOCATION:

Woldenberg Park
1 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

FESTIVAL DATES:

October 27-29, 2017




 
Don’t Miss Out – We’ll SEA You There!
 

WHAT:
Louisiana Seafood Festival
Rain or Shine!

 

WHEN:
October 27-29, 2017
Friday, 11:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday, 11:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday, 11:00am – 7:00pm

 

TICKETS:
Stay tuned for ticket information. The festival is rain or shine; all ticket sales are final.

 

WHERE:

Woldenberg Park, 1 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

 
General Information
 

ITEMS NOT ALLOWED:

• No Outside Food or Beverage
• No Hard Sided Ice Chests
• No Pets
• No Tents

 

ITEMS THAT ARE ALLOWED:

• Chairs
• Blankets
• Soft sided EMPTY coolers
• Cameras

 

ITEMS TO REMEMBER:

• Sunblock
• Sunglasses
• Comfortable shoes
• CASH (ATMs will be on site, but most food and beverage will require cash, some will accept credit/debit cards)

 

BICYCLES:
Bike racks will be available outside of each pedestrian entrance to the festival grounds.
 
PARKING:
The festival does not provide any public parking. Parking is available within adjacent paid parking lots and adjacent city streets.
 
Please make sure to follow City of New Orleans general street parking rules: https://www.nola.gov/dpw/parking/

 
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION:
We highly recommend using public transportation, taxi, ride sharing resources or bicycles to access the festival since parking in this area is quite limited. The RTA provides streetcar and bus transportation services heading from various areas in New Orleans.
 

Here is the link to read more about the RTA routes and schedules. You can also Google or Bing trip planners, contact RTA’s Rideline at 504-248-3900, or visit www.norta.com for additional bus and streetcar route information.
 
HANDICAP QUESTIONS:
There will be port-o-lets available at the festival which are handicap accessible.
 
A small part of the festival grounds has pavement, but the majority of the area is uncovered and grassy. The event is rain or shine, so please keep that in mind when considering navigating the festival grounds with any handicap equipment.