You're guaranteed to find a party no matter what time of year you visit New Orleans, but the Big Easy is perhaps at its second wildest behind Mardi Gras during Halloween. Holiday happenings abound along Bourbon Street, Frenchmen Street , and other lively hotspots. From music and art showcases to haunted hotels and cemetery tours, there are plenty of things to do and dress up for in New Orleans on Allhallows Eve. New Orleans is home to a number of old cemeteries—hence its nickname, Cities of the Dead—some of them dating back to the 18th century. If you're looking to learn a bit of history while getting your thrills, consider taking a tour of one of them.
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Come experience the magic that has kept this fundraising event going and get a taste of southern hospitality. Includes silent auction, food and music. There will be a VIP lounge, midnight show and more! Sunday, October 27, pm Tea Dance on the Pier We're so excited to be back for our 3rd annual pier dance!
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From the North Shore to the South Shore, from the little ones to the adults, we've got your ultimate Halloween guide. We've taken the hard part out of planning by rounding up a list of activities, parades and other spooktacular events happening around town to celebrate the Halloween season. Check back for updates as we get them. Now — October 31 The good men of the Lafitte Fire Department are raising money by scaring the dickens out of you. Visit Website.
New Orleans would never miss a chance to dress up and party. Halloween is one of the favorite holidays in New Orleans, and not just a chance for kids to go trick-or-treating. New Orleans' Halloween Parade kicks off at pm on Saturday before Halloween with amazing and colorful full size floats moving through the French Quarter.