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Bayou Boogaloo Returns This Weekend
Mid City has its own personality and accordingly its own festival. The Bayou Boogaloo, a.k.a. The Little Fest That Could, will be returning this weekend. The banks of the Bayou St. John will once again be lined with tents and stages for one of the city’s best events.
Bayou Boogaloo Drops 2016 Lineup
Most locals are focused on the massive French Quarter Fest sweeping the Vieux Carré this weekend. However, the season is just beginning and the organizers of the annual Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo dropped their lineup for their free fete from May 20th through 22nd.
Bayou Boogaloo Sunday Schedule
The Fest Gods have finally bestowed a sunny day upon us. Tie to get your Boogaloo on up in Bayou St.John. Four stages this year means even more music. Today's lineup includes Mike Dillon, Dumpstaphunk, the 101 Runners, Colin Lake, and the TBC Brass Band. Click on through for the full schedule.
New at the Boogaloo: Floating Bars, Kayak Races
Stash a six-pack in your kayak. The tenth annual Bayou Boogaloo kicks off today 5.15) and the party continues through Sunday (5.17). A virtual village will spring up on the banks of Bayou St. John, from Lafitte Street to Dumaine Street to sate all of the senses of fest goers.
Much Ado About the Boogaloo: Lineup Released
The “little festival that could” is returning from May 15-17. This weekend, the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo released their 2015 schedule. Bold faced names like Mannie Fresh, the New Orleans Suspects, Wild Magnolias, and an all-star team assembled by Mike Dillon pepper the roster.
Second Line Alert: Keep N It Real
The sun is out and the weather is perfect for a second line. The Keep-N-It-Real Social Aide and Pleasure Club is set to celebrate their 15th anniversary with a parade through the 6th and 7th Wards that begins by the banks of Bayou St. John.
Thorn on the Bayou: NOPD Seek Suspect in Daytime Break-In
The New Orleans Police Department are investigating another daytime crime this week. There are plenty of clues in an afternoon Bayou St. John home invasion and detectives are releasing images in the hope that the public can help.
Give 'Em Hellenic!
Bayou Goes Greek at Cathedral's Annual Fest
The time has come to let the Greek flag fly. This Memorial Day (May 23-25) weekend marks the 41st annual Greek Festival held on the Bayou-side grounds of the Holy Trinity Cathedral and Hellenic Cultural Center (1200 Robert E. Lee Blvd.).
Bayou St. John Fest's Final Day in Photos
The Bayou Boogaloo closed out another year Sunday with the annual Rubber Duck Derby, and sounds from Rosie Ledet and the Cardinal Sons, among other musical practitioners. NoDef photographers Brandon Robert and Rachel June were on the scene.
Democracy on the Bayou
Residents Debate Uses of Bayou St. John, Talk Master Plan
The Greener Bayou St. John Coalition held its third “uses of the bayou” meeting Monday night at a residence in the Parkview Neighborhood. The group, made up of area residents and neighborhood association representatives, intends to create a Bayou St. John Master Plan to present to the city.
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