NOLA Downtown Music And Arts Festival August 23 Thru 26

Dated: 08/15/2017

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Music festival lovers, mark your calendars for the NOLA Downtown Music and Arts Festival on August 23-26, 2017. This event is free and takes place from Andrew Higgins Drive and Diamond Street to Fulton Street and the Piazza d’Italia. Along these streets, there will be live music, films, art, shopping, food trucks and new artists from all over the country displaying their artwork. The music shows will take place at various locations, including Little Gem Saloon, House of Blues, Sweet Loraine’s, Crescent City BBQ and others. The Festival is presented by the Music Business Institute (MBI) and Cutting Edge whose goal is to increase job opportunities for musicians in New Orleans. While the Festival is going on, MBI and Cutting Edge will be having their Annual Cutting Edge Conference in Downtown New Orleans to discuss various topics dealing with the music industry. For additional information, see the following link: http://www.neworleansonline.com/neworleans/festivals/musicfestivals/downtown-festival.html.

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