July

Our top picks for this month’s events

Family Block Party at the World War II Museum

If you’d like to take your kids to something fun and educational during summer vacation, try the first annual Family Block Party at the National World War II Museum on July 26. Families will get exclusive after-hours access to museum exhibits. There will be special experiences and activities for all ages. Information, NationalWW2Museum.org.


Kolaj Fest

If you’re looking for an indoor festival to escape July’s heat and humidity, try Kolaj Fest. From July 10-14, various locations in New Orleans will host collage art and symposiums featuring today’s top collage artists. Venues include the Ogden Museum and Lemieux Galleries in the Warehouse District. Information, KolajMagazine.com.


Bush & Live: The Altimate Tour

Fans of ‘90s alternative music will want to head to Champions Square on July 30 to see alt-rockers Bush and Live perform some of their greatest hits as a part of The Altimate Tour. Information, Champions-Square.com.


Mamma Mia!

The blockbuster musical featuring the songs of ABBA will be performed at Rivertown Theater for the Performing Arts in Kenner from July 11-21. Enjoy hits like “Dancing Queen” and “Take a Chance On Me” in the story of a bride-to-be on a Greek island trying to discover the identity of her father. Information, RivertownTheaters.com.


Calendar

 

July 1-8

Black Restaurant Week New Orleans, Various Locations. Information, NOLAbrw.com

 

July 3

French Quarter Comedy Show, Saenger Theater. Information, SaengerNOLA.com

 

July 5-7

ESSENCE Fest 2019, Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Information, Essence.com

 

July 6

Jesus & Jollof LIVE, Orpheum Theater. Information, OrpheumNOLA.com

 

July 6

West Bank Beer Fest, NOLA Motor Speedway. Information, NOLAMotor.com

 

July 6

Copeland’s Chicken Jam, UNO Lakefront Arena. Information, arena.uno.edu

 

July 8

Reel Big Fish & the Aquabats, Joy Theater. Information, TheJoyTheater.com

 

July 12-14

San Fermin en Nueva Orleans (Running of the Bulls), The Sugar Mill. Information, NOLABulls.com

 

July 12-28

Hamlet, Tulane University’s Lupin Theater. Information, NewOrleansShakespeare.org

 

July 12

Dinner and a ZOOvie: Captain Marvel, Audubon Zoo. Information, AudubonNatureInstitute.org

 

July 13

Bastille Day Fete, New Orleans Museum of Art. Information, NOMA.org

 

July 13

Kirk Franklin – The Long Live Love Tour, The Fillmore. Information, FillmoreNOLA.com

 

July 14

The Rolling Stones, Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Information, MBSuperdome.com

 

July 14

B97 Presents Pretty Much – The FOMO Tour, The Fillmore. Information, FillmoreNOLA.com

 

July 16-21

Tales of the Cocktail, Royal Sonesta New Orleans. Information, TalesOfTheCocktail.com

 

July 17

Michael Buble, Smoothie King Center. Information, SmoothieKingCenter.com

 

July 17

Built to Spill, Joy Theater. Information, TheJoyTheater.com

 

July 19-21

Louisiana Sportsman Show, Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Information, MBSuperdome.com

 

July 20

Kids Canteen, National World War II Museum. Information, NationalWW2Museum.org

 

July 25

Iyanla Vanzant – Acts of Faith Remix Tour, Saenger Theater. Information, SaengerNOLA.com

 

July 25-27

Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo, Grand Isle. Information, TarponRodeo.org

 

July 26

Dinner and a ZOOvie: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, Audubon Zoo. Information,

AudubonNatureInstitute.org

 

July 27

New Orleans Beatles Festival, House of Blues. Information, HouseOfBlues.com

 

July 27

Big Easy Rollergirls, UNO Lakefront Arena. Information, arena.uno.edu

 

July 29-31

Men’s Basketball Skills Camp (Grades 2-8), UNO Lakefront Arena. Information, arena.uno.edu

 

July 30

Carly Rae Jespen – The Dedicated Tour, The Fillmore. Information, FillmoreNOLA.com


 

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