Things to do in NOLA Oct 2-Oct 8



Monday, October 2nd

  • What: Danny Driver
  • Where: Dixon Concert Hall, Newcomb Circle
  • Time: 7:30pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Acclaimed British pianist Danny Driver is recognized internationally as an artist of sophistication, insight and musical depth.  A favorite with New Orleans audiences, Driver opens the 69th Friends of Music season in a solo performance.
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Tuesday, October 3rd

  • What: Dracula: A Gothic Rom-Com
  • Where: Greenway Station, 436 N Norman C Francis Parkway
  • Time: 8:00-10:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Everyone’s favorite bloodthirsty bat is back in this world-premiere adaptation of Bram Stoker’s gothic-horror story. This comedic take on the Count contains romance, silliness, and frightening fun for the whole family! Seating (unless purchasing Premier) is bring-your-own general admission – tailgate/camping/Mardi Gras chairs are recommended for the outdoor, concrete venue. Please note this production contains some adult content.
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Wednesday, October 4th

  • What: Evenings with Enrique
  • Where: Botanical Garden, 1 Palm Dr
  • Time: 5:30-7:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Enjoy dinner, mojitos and live music just before sunset in the beautiful Botanical Garden.
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Thursday, October 5th

  • What: [Un]ban Book Festival 
  • Where: Baldwin & Co, 1030 Elysian Fields 
  • Time: 9:00am
  • Info/Lagniappe: Our Banned Book Festival promises an enriching experience with live author talks, engaging discussion panels, delectable food, and, perhaps most excitingly, an opportunity to select one banned or challenged book of your choice for free. In addition, attendees will have the chance to explore a diverse and extensive collection of such books within our bookstore. 
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Friday, October 6th

  • What: Gentilly Fest
  • Where: Pontchartrain Park Playground, 5701 Press Dr.
  • Time: 6:00-9:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Gentilly Fest celebrates all things “Gentilly,” including continuous live music on three stages, sumptuous food from a variety of local restaurants & caterers, and fine arts and crafts for sale from many local vendors. We have activities for children in our Kids’ Village, a kids entertainment stage, face painting, pottery making, garden crafts, and much more… 
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Saturday, October 7th

  • What: New Orleans Fall Garden Festival
  • Where: Botanical Gardens, 5 Victory Ave 
  • Time: 9:00am-4:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Plant + Garden Products, Exhibits & Sales, Educational Programs, Music, Arts & Crafts
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Sunday, October 8th

  • What: Gretna Fest
  • Where: 740 2nd St, Gretna
  • Time: 11:00am-8:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: The festival offers live music from local, national, and international acts, food, arts & crafts, games, and much more. 
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