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New Orleans  LA  70130  USA
LAT: 29.950212 LONG: -90.06782
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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, New Orleans French Quarter, LA

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French Quarter Events near New Orleans Hotel’s Location

When you book an inviting hotel room or suite at the Country Inn & Suites, you are a short walk from some of the most memorable entertainment venues in the French Quarter and greater New Orleans. From this hotel’s prime location, you can also attend popular festivals, including the Bayou Country Superfest, Creole Tomato Festival and Mardi Gras. Be sure to check the event calendar to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the action during your stay.

Allstate Sugar Bowl Crescent City Classic
One of the city's most attended 10k races, the Crescent City Classic route takes you through historic Jackson Square, the modern financial district and the historic homes of Esplanade Avenue. Pass the finish line at City Park and join in the post-race festivities. 

Bayou Classic
Nov 28, 2015
Purchase tickets to see this famed game between rival Southern and Grambling State universities sports teams in an intensely competitive football game. 

Allstate Sugar Bowl
Jan 1, 2016
Hosted annually at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, this college football bowl has been played since 1935 making it the second-oldest game in the country. 

Mardi Gras
February 9, 2016 | February 28, 2017 | February 13, 2018
Experience an event like no other, which begins two Fridays before Mardi Gras Day. This festival unites French culture, ancient tribal rituals of fertility and the Roman celebration of Lupercalia to create a celebration of great revelry, costumed crowds and huge parades.

Rock 'n' Roll Marathon
Feb 29, 2016
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon is an international event featuring participants from 50 states and 23 countries. The course includes views of the mansions along St. Charles Avenue, the historic architecture of the French Quarter, the elegant homes on Esplanade Avenue and the scenic Lake Pontchartrain shoreline.

French Quarter Festival
Apr 7–10, 2016
This award-winning gathering brings more than 70 food and beverage vendors to Woldenberg Riverfront Park, the Louisiana State Museum's Old US Mint and Jackson Square for a celebration of music, food and culture. This event also serves as the largest free music festival in the South, so stop by to hear rhythm and blues, contemporary jazz and more from 450 musicians.

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
Apr 22–24, 2016 and Apr 28–May 1, 2016
Join in this 10-day celebration of Louisiana heritage, uniting local foods, craft artisans and countless musicians at the Fair Grounds Race Course. You can enjoy a variety of performances, including jazz, R&B, bluegrass, zydeco, Cajun, country and rap.

Zurich Golf Classic
Apr 25–May 1, 2016
A combination of golf tournament and New Orleans-style grandeur, this PGA Tour stop brings together the biggest names in golf with a celebration of the city's popular food and music.

Bayou Country Superfest
May 28–29, 2016
This Memorial Day event hosts some of the biggest names in country music to the area at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

Essence Music Festival
June 30-July 3, 2016
Featuring three nights of musical performances and cultural celebrations, the Essence Music Festival is the nation's largest annual gathering of African-American musicians.

Creole Tomato Festival
June 2016 (Exact dates TBD)
Named after a famous local tomato variety, this festival is devoted to local farmers and the area's unique cuisine. Pick up some fresh goods from the farmers' market and attend one of the cooking demonstrations to learn local secrets. Also, don't miss the live music and Creole Tomato Parade.

Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival
June 2016 (Exact dates TBD)
Held in combination with the Creole Tomato Festival, this celebration of local dance music takes place at the Old US Mint. Enjoy a wide variety of food vendors and a large arts market.