Four Days. Twenty Stages.
All New Orleans.

April 9—12, 2015

The award-winning French Quarter Festival is a four-day local music showcase scattered throughout the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana—the largest free music event in the United States. French Quarter Festival features 400 hours of free, local music from a variety of musical genres on over 20 stages throughout the French Quarter. The community festival also features the “World’s Largest Jazz Brunch” and festival food booths operated by some of New Orleans finest restaurants, open throughout the festival weekend.

Our Generous Partners

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Capital One Bank

  • Abita
  • GE Capital
  • Omni Hotels and Resorts
  • Riverwalk New Orleans
  • Tropical
  • My Rouses
  • Jack Daniels Tennessee Fire
  • Jack Daniels
  • Tequila Herradura
  • Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards
  • Korbel California Champagne
  • Harrah’s New Orleans
  • Antione’s Restaurant
  • Pat O’brien’s
  • New Orleans Original Daiquiris
  • Windsor Court Hotel
  • Ford
  • Off Beat Mag
  • Popeyes
  • Steinway & Sons
  • The Times Picayunne
  • French Market
  • Mardi Gras World
  • The Berger Company Inc
  • Louisiana Lottery
  • Tableau
  • Music Performance Fund
  • AOS
  • House of Blues
  • CupCake Vineyards
  • Tulane Medical Center
  • Tulane Pediatrics
  • National Park Service
  • BMI
  • Zatarains
  • Bubba Gump
  • Pelican Ice
  • Rolland
  • sponsor
  • CCI
  • Hermann-Grima Gallier
  • Holla Jitterbugs Dance School
  • Le Petit Theatra
  • Acadian
  • Rentech Solutions
  • Time Code Nola
  • The Court of Two Sisters
  • McLoughun Family Foundation
  • ITS Fire Alarm Security LLC
  • BIZ New Orleans
  • JS
  • WWOZ
  • New Orleans Magazine
  • Rush Radio 99.5
  • 89.9 WWNO
  • Where Mag
  • Louisiana Life
  • 98.5 Wyld
  • avenue magazine
  • Downbeat
  • Inthenola
  • Laurel
  • Nola Defender
  • Louisiana Cookin’
  • WWL 105.3
  • Vinyl District
  • 3WL 1350
  • Old Street 1067
  • Nash FM 92.3
  • The Ticket
  • Power 102.9

Community Partners

Community Partners Audubon Nature Institute, The Berger Companies, The City of New Orleans (including the Departments of Homeland Security, Parks and Parkways, Public Works, Safety and Permits, Sanitation, Film New Orleans, Taxicab and For Hire Vehicle Bureau, Bureau of Revenue, French Market Corporation, New Orleans City Council, New Orleans Emergency Medical Services, New Orleans Fire Department, New Orleans Police Department, and Vieux Carre Commission), Hermann-Grima House, The Historic New Orleans Collection, Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, Louisiana State Museum, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight R. McGhee, New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau, New Orleans Public Belt Railroad, New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation, NOLA Jitterbugs, Preservation Hall, Rentech Solutions, St. Louis Cathedral, University of New Orleans Hospitality Research Center Where