1. Listen to enchanting performances at these Candlelit concerts
Calm your mind and experience fantastic music in a new light with these sensational concerts by candlelight in some of New Orleans’ most beautiful venues. Here are some of the ones that will take place this month:
After four years, the World Naked Bike Ride returns to NOLA to make cyclists strip down and raise awareness. This year it’ll take place on Saturday, June 11.
If you’d like to learn more about traditional Louisiana food, sign up for Cajun and Creole cooking classes with Chef Dee Lavigne at the SoFAB Museum.
The last Pelican Greenhouse Plant sale of the season is the first weekend of June. Visit the greenhouse from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
The Sunflower Festival in Gilliam opens on June 18, 2022. It features arts and craft sales by local artists, art-related activities for children, live music by local groups and a blues band, and a photography contest.
This is the upcoming schedule for the month of June:
- Bonne Femme & Bubbles: Friday, June 3, 2022
- Sazerac In Seersucker Dinner: Thursday, June 16, 2022
- Poppys, Pop-up Drag Queen Brunch: Sunday, June 26, 2022.
9-14. Celebrate Pride in NOLA
New Orleans’ Pride Weekend is officially set for June 9 through 12, with the big parade taking place on June 11.
These are some events you can’t miss:
June 8 – All day military appreciation @ Lafitte’s in exile. At the Oldest Gay Bar in the United States.
June 10 – Spots and Stripes @ Good Friends
Animal print-themed party. Wigs, leggings, heels, harnesses, and jocks are welcome!
June 11 – PrideFest 2022 @ Phoenix Bar
June 11 –Pride Art Fair & Day Party @ Happy Raptor Distillery
June 11 – NOLA Pride Parade 2022
June 12 – Hangover Brunch @ Lafitte in Exile
Forget about city life and spend a calm weekend in these floating cabins at Bayou Segnette State Park, just over an hour away from NOLA.
Celebrate Creole tomatoes next June at the annual French Market Creole Tomato Festival on June 11, 2022
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