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2019 Tremé Fall Festival – Historic Faubourg Tremé Association

The Tremé Fall Festival is produced by the Historic Faubourg Tremé Association to benefit the many cultural destinations found within historic Tremé. Last year’s festival benefitted St. Augustine Church and the Tomb of the Unknown Slave. Proceeds from the festival are currently being used to paint the church exterior and perform much-needed building repairs.

The festival is located at the intersection of Henriette Delille and Governor Nicholls Street, in the St. Augustine Church yard.

2019 Tremé Fall Festival – Historic Faubourg Tremé Association
— Read on hfta.org/fall-festival/2019-treme-fall-festival/ .

TREME FALL FEST

  • 1210 Governor Nicholls St., New Orleans, LA 70115
  • Phone: (504) 525-5934
  • PRESENTED By Historic Faubourg Treme Association
  • DATE: 10/05/2019
  • TIME 10:30 AM 
  • PRICE FREE! Donations appreciated.

Music Lineup 

Some of the greatest sounds of the city can be found in Treme. Each year, Treme Fall Fest brings out a lineup of the neighborhood’s greats. Both up-and-coming performers and longstanding favorites will grace the stage. This year’s lineup includes:  

11:00 – 11:40 a.m .Bon Bon Vivant (Traditional Jazz) 

11:00 – 11:40 a.m. Casa Samba Kids (Brazilian Drumming/Costumes)

12:00 – 12:45 p.m. Wanda Rouzan and a Taste of New Orleans with Naydja CoJoe  (NOLA R&B) 

12:45 – 1:05 p.m. Casa Samba Kids (Brazilian Drumming/Costumes)

1:05 – 1:50 p.m. Dawn Richard (R&B)

2:05 – 2:50 p.m. Brown Sugar featuring Jaz Butler NEO (Soul) 

3:00 – 3:15 p.m. H F T A P R E S E N T A T I O N

3:15 – 4:00 p.m. Treme “All-Stars” Feat. Shannon Powell  (NOLA Jazz & Blues)  

4:00 – 4:30 p.m. J&J BB/Tramps/ Zulu Conn. (BB/Stilt Walkers/Indians/Drums)

4:30 – 5:30 p.m. The NOLA RESISTANCE (R&B, Jazz and Funk)

5:30 – 6:00 p.m. Free Agents BB / Zulu Connection (BB/Walkers/Indians/Drums)

6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Kermit Ruffins & The BBQ Swingers (Jazz)

 

Under the Claiborne Bridge in Treme

Food Vendors

What’s a fest without food? Treme Fall Fest vendors include a handful of local restaurants, chefs, and caterers who know and love classic New Orleans cuisine. Treme Fall Fest 2019 food vendors are:  

Tiger’s Creole Cuisine

Lil’ Dustin’s Italian Ice

Fatma’s Cozy Corner

J’s Seafood Dock

Bolingo’s Plant-Based Kitchen (Vegan) 

Direct Select Seafood 

14 Parishes 

Sprouts Organic Cafe

Arts + Culture

In addition to local music and food, Treme Fall Fest is filled with fun activities and arts that are reflective of the neighborhood’s rich culture and history. Guests can expect second lines, stilt-walkers, artist tents and more. This year’s featured arts and craft vendors are below:

Baobab Tree Designs

Cavalier Expressions – Urban Art

De’Vard Designs

MsCrochetjig’s Creative Crochet 

Stuart McClean

Wilfred Designs

And more!

Tickets + Admission 

As always, the Treme Fall Fest is free and open to all! The Historic Faubourg Tremé Association (HFTA) does kindly ask and appreciate donations in any amount, which will go into supporting the Treme community. 

For more information on Treme Fall Fest, visit their official site HERE. And more information on the HFTA, or to join, visit HERE

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