April has arrived in New Orleans! Enjoy the sunny and rainy weather by taking part in different activities around town. Out list includes live music, parties, Easter happenings, workouts, cocktails, food, food, and more food. Are you ready?
These are 7 things to do this April in New Orleans
1. Enjoy live music at “Wednesday at the Square”
There are free live concerts each Wednesday of the month happening at Lafayette Square. It’s a pet-friendly event and food will be sold if you’re hungry! Here’s everything you need to know.
2. Eat Egyptian food at NOMA
There’s a Nefertari exhibit at the NOMA. To take the experience further, Café NOMA is also offering real Egyptian food on their menu through July. Check out some of the delicacies you can try here.
3. Party at the Pool Club
The Pool Club at Virgin Hotels NOMA is hosting a pool soiree with Hendrick’s the Scottish gin brand. It’ll take place on Saturday, April 16 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Here’s everything you need to know.
4. Celebrate Easter at the City Park Egg Scramble
Head out to City Park for an eggcellent event on April 9 and 10 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. There’ll be an egg hunt, music, and rides. If you’d like to buy tickets here’s where to buy them.
5. Work out at the Roosevelt’s “Healthy Happy Hour”
Wellness with a view! The Roosevelt Hotel’s rooftop fitness series is back this April. They are hosting different workout events with yoga, pilates, and other classes on the second and fourth Tuesdays in April and May. To sign up read this.
6. Have a boozy weekend at Tujague’s weekend Happy Hour
No time for Happy Hour during the week? Tujague’s restaurant has just started a special event on weekends, from Friday to Sunday from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm. Drink Sazeracs, Palomas, wine, and local craft beer for special prices. The whole menu is here.
7. Embrace the heat with a sno-ball
The days are getting warmer, which means it’s sno-ball time in New Orleans! What is no-ball? It’s basically a snow cone of shaved ice, flavored with delicious syrups. Here’s our roundup of the best places to get them in the city.
8. Have some crawfish boil
Nothing says authentic Louisiana cooking like seafood boils, and tis’ the season in New Orleans. From the traditional Cajun to unique takes on the Louisiana staple, here’s our roundup to get your fix.
Featured image by Café NOMA @cafenoma