Weekend Weather with Dave Nussbaum of WWL-TV A cold front will move through by Saturday Morning and this will bring us some slightly cooler and less humid weather for this weekend. A few showers will be possible for the Crescent City Classic Saturday Morning, but it will become sunny and windy by the afternoon with a high around 70.
Check out our Facebook page for photos and posts about everything happening at the Festival. –> The Advocate has an article about the Festival and the restaurants on Freret Street. “On Freret Street, a bounty of food and drink”
The Festival is this Saturday! But you can find out now who will be there selling goods and food. Just click here: https://www.freretmarket.org/UpcomingMarketInfo
Freret Street loves dogs and we will again have the Doggy Rest Stop, sponsored by Zeus’ Place and Petit Pet Care. Find it around the backside of the Pet Adoption Tent on the Corner of Cadiz Street behind the bus stop. Visit with your pooch for water, treats, poop bags and splash pools. Don’t have a dog? Then check out all the adorable pets for adoption by Zeus’ Place, Zeus’ Rescues, and other local animal rescue organizations. Come find your new best friend!
The 2015 Festival will feature 3 stages all local, live music and all free! Please visit the Music page for the schedule. (Artists and times subject to change)
If you would like to be considered to be a vendor at the Festival, you must have a vendor account set up on the Freret Market website: http://freretmarket.org/VendorTermsAndConditions The Festival is now accepting booth requests from people who would like to be a vendor. To help increase sales for the participating vendors, we have limited the number of both food and non-food vendors accepted to the Festival. Hot food vendors will need to submit your full menu in your booth request. There will be a maximum of 2 food vendors for each duplicate item sold, spaced out at different ends of the Festival. The fee for prepared/hot food vendors is $250. There will be fewer hot food choices at the Festival,…
THANK YOU to everyone who made this another fantastic year! From everyone who attended, to the vendors, the musicians, the volunteers, all the merchants on Freret Street and our patient neighbors in the surrounding neighborhood. If you missed it, here some photos from Nola.com.
The Freret Street Festival is excited to announce that Thomas Morstead and 52businesses will be at the Festival on Saturday to launch Thomas’#whatyougivewillgrow foundation. Come down the the Freret Market lot at Jena to meet them in their blue bus!
Thanks everyone who came out to the Freret Street Festival Saturday: shoppers, vendors, musicians, volunteers… everyone! What a fantastic Festival. Same time and place next year.
Gambit Weekly has an app for that! With your smart phone, navigate to the Freret Street Festival app at http://www.bestofneworleans.com/freretstfest/ to get everything you need to know for the Fest tomorrow. From music lineups to vendor lists to insider tips.