From sights to sounds and the freshest flavors around, Louisiana is bursting with arts, culture and cuisine that you’ll want to experience even when you’re not here.
It’s been said that music feeds the soul, and nowhere is that more true than in Louisiana, where countless talented musicians have written or performed songs that will forever be part of our nation
No matter where you might be in the world, you can visit Louisiana anytime with these virtual tours with sites and sounds from all around the state.
Wearin' of the Green has been POSTPONED. It will NOT roll on March 14, 2020. This article will be updated when new dates are announced.
Baton Rouge never expected what started in 1906 as a small cultural celebration to turn into one of the city’s most highly anticipated events of the year. The Wearin’ of the Green St. Patrick’s Day Parade is now enjoyed by nearly one hundred thousand locals and visitors alike, who descend upon Louisiana’s Capital City of Baton Rouge ready for a green, good time.
Every Mardi Gras morning, a tradition takes place that is rooted in the deep history of African American New Orleanians.
If there’s ever any doubt about New Orleans’ status as one of the preeminent party capitals of the world, look no further for proof. People here will throw a party, plan a festival or march in a p
With the extensive list of holiday festivities around Louisiana, figuring out how you want to celebrate can almost be overwhelming! We’re here to help you navigate with a guide that highlights just some of the best events in every corner of the state.
The West Louisiana Forestry Festival in Leesville is a whopping 113-year tradition still going strong! The festival is held annually starting on the first Wednesday of October each year and features The Mighty Thomas Carnival, 4-H Horse Livestock Show, 4-H Woodsman Skills Contest, Vernon Parish Senior Citizens Day and the Leesville Lions Club Rodeo. This year's festivities will be held October 2nd - 6th.
The sweetest time of the year is fast approaching with the Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival on the horizon! Join King Sucrose and Queen Sugar to celebrate the 78th Anniversary of the Festival in historic downtown New Iberia from September 26-29. As the state's largest sugarcane producer, Iberia Parish is a fitting host each fall to continue the lasting traditions of the Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival and Fair.
Crabmeat au gratin, crab cakes benedict, crab bisque, marinated crab claws…do we have your attention yet? It’s no secret that Louisiana is home to some of the best food in the country. With its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, there’s always a supply of fresh, local seafood perfect for cooking both new and classic Louisiana recipes. Pair delectable cuisine with top-notch art and rockin’ live music, and you’ve got the makings of a textbook Louisiana Saturday night.