The Heat Is On – We Can Get You To Your Favorite Summer Festivals

The heat is on in New Orleans and you know these conditions will stick around for a while. The hot and humid weather does not mean the party will stop in the City. There are plenty of Summer festivals happening right now and we can get you and your family there in comfort. Here a few events you don’t want to miss in June:

2019 Cajun Zydeco Festival

Cajun Zydeco Festival, SummerWelcome to the 2019 Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival – the 13th annual edition of New Orleans’ only festival that features exclusively Cajun and zydeco music. The festival takes place Saturday, June 22, and Sunday, June 23, in Armstrong Park in downtown New Orleans. Admission is free. Once again, we’ll present a stellar lineup that includes many of Louisiana’s most beloved Cajun and zydeco performers. As always, we’ll have great seafood, a large arts market, activities for kids and lots of misting fans to keep everyone cool.

For more information visit: http://www.jazzandheritage.org/cajun-zydeco

NOLA Caribbean Festival

NOLA Caribbean Festival, SummerThe 3rd Annual NOLA Caribbean Fest is back with a bang! 2 days, 3 stages, 50+ vendors, multiple international artists, bands & DJs. Delicious Caribbean food and drinks. Family friendly festival with kids zone containing inflatables, drum tent, arts & crafts tent, face painting and baby friendly area. The NOLA Caribbean Festival is a yearly multi-cultural Caribbean festival showcasing Caribbean cuisine, music, and culture while highlighting New Orleans’ deeply rooted cultural connections as the Caribbean’s northern-most city!

SATURDAY, June 22nd from 5:00pm-10:00pm

SUNDAY, June 23rd from 5:00pm-10:00pm

For more information visit: https://www.nolacaribbeanfestival.com/

Louisiana Catfish Festival

Catfish Festival, SummerDon’t miss the Louisiana Catfish Festival June 21-23 ! Here, at what some call the Catfish Capital of the Universe, you will find live music, fair rides, and a slew of home-cooked food for guests to enjoy, including a whole lot of catfish. The festival is held on the grounds of St. Gertrude the Great Catholic Church in Des Allemands. 17324 La. 631, Des Allemands, La. 70030

From New Orleans, take I-10 W to I-310. Head south on I-310 for about 12 miles. Exit to the right on Hwy. 90 W to Houma. Continue on Hwy. 90 W through Paradis to Des Allemands. Upon reaching Des Allemands,  St. Gertrude the Great Catholic Church will be on the right side of LA 631 in the Des Allemands Business District.

For more information visit: http://www.louisianacatfishfestival.com/

Avoid The Crowds & Get There In Style

SummerNew Orleans’ premier  limousine company Big Easy Limos, Inc. can get you to Crescent Park or anywhere in the French Quarter on time and in style. The company’s devoted staff provides first class personal service. Big Easy Limos, Inc. will make sure you are comfortable and all your needs are met.  Big Easy Limos has a huge selection of vehicles to accommodate any size party. Whether you need a sedan or want to bring your friends or business partners in a party bus, Big Easy Limos, Inc. has the perfect vehicle for you.

Book Today

Limousine service from Big Easy Limos is more affordable than you might think, and offers a number of amenities and additional services to better accommodate you and your guests. To inquire about rental rates or reserve a vehicle for an upcoming date, call (504) 466-4477 today!

Big Easy Limos, which has been in business for over 17 years, offers Transportation Packages and Specials in New Orleans and Kenner.