Things to do in NOLA Sep 4- Sep 10




Monday, September 4th

  • What: Now I See DAYLIGHT: A Daytime Taylor Swift Party
  • Where: Zony Mash, 3940 Thalia 
  • Time: 1:20-5:30pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Live DJ set by Warm Advice, featuring all your favorites as well as custom Taylor remixes and mashups, Costume contest with prizes, Glitter bar by Pixie Dust Biodegradable Glitter, featuring custom Eras-themed glitter blends, Taylor conspiracy theory photo booth, Eras-themed photo booth, Themed drink specials, Local vendors with crafts, decor, clothing and more!
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Tuesday, September 5th

  • What: Stage Fright | Stand-up Comedy
  • Where: Hotel St. Vincent, 1507 Magazine 
  • Time: 7:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: The 90-minute, free show features some of New Orleans’ greatest comedians taking the stage to tell spooky & hilarious about ghosts, true crime, religious experiences, nightmares & more. STAGE FRIGHT is hosted by Ryan Rogers and features a murderer’s row of absolute killers, including: Garrett Cuisino, Prin Pelletier, Carrey Bee, Carin Chapman, Isaac Kozell & Dori Dimplez.
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Wednesday, September 6th

  • What: Elders Sacred Talk Series with Kalamu ya Salaam and Big Chief Victor Harris
  • Where: New Orleans Museum of Art, 1 Collins Diboll Cir 
  • Time: 5:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Elders Sacred Talk Series, four panel discussions with prolific elder New Orleanians, celebrating the lives they lead while learning firsthand about the impact they’ve had on the city. Join us for the first program featuring our first two honorees of the series: poet, author, and scholar Kalamu ya Salaam and Victor Harris, Big Chief of the Mandingo Warriors/Spirit of Fi-Yi-Yi. Freddi Williams Evans of the Congo Square Preservation Society will moderate the conversation.
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Thursday, September 7th

  • What: Emancipation Opening Reception 
  • Where: Newcomb Art Museum, 6823 St. Charles
  • Time: 6:00-8:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Seven of today’s leading Black artists —Sadie Barnette, Alfred Conteh, Maya Freelon, Hugh Hayden, Letitia Huckaby, Jeffrey Meris and Sable Elise Smith —were selected to make visible their perspectives about freedom and imprisonment, identity and personhood, and emancipation and liberation. The commissioned works are supplemented by loans of Civil War era materials and works from Newcomb Art Museum’s permanent collection to reveal the elasticity of the concept of emancipation as well as the ways in which this historic period continues to impact the United States. 
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Friday, September 8th

  • What: Pelican Greenhouse Plant Sale 
  • Where: City Park Pelican Greenhouse, 2 Celebration Dr
  • Time: 9:00am-12:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Get your green thumbs ready for the Pelican Greenhouse Plant Sale! With hundreds of varieties of plants, there’s something everyone will love including garden soil and pine straw to finish the job!
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Saturday, September 9th

  • What: Blue Cypress Books Anniversary Bash
  • Where: Blue Cypress Books, 8123 Oak
  • Time: 10:00am-5:00pm
  • Info/Lagniappe: Join us to celebrate our 15 year anniversary! There will be music, BCB merch, giveaways–and a few surprises throughout the day!
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Sunday, September 10th 

  • What: 5th Annual New Orleans Tattoo Arts Festival
  • Where: Convention Center, 900 Convention Center Blvd 
  • Time: 3:00-9:00pm
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