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Beignet Festival (December 2) – In celebration of one of New Orleans’ sweetest and most iconic treats, this family-friendly event serves up the best beignets in the South, from traditional sweet treats to savory delicacies that feature seafood, cheese and more.
LUNA Fête (December 6-9) – Inspired by the world-renowned Fête des Lumières in France, this visionary festival positions local architecture canvases for impressive displays of cutting-edge, outdoor light installations in Lafayette Square and along the Lafayette Street corridor.
NOLA ChristmasFest (December 21-31) – Friends, family and festivities abound during a dazzling event filled with an indoor ice skating rink, carnival rides, holiday characters, children’s crafts, a gingerbread house exhibit and a slew of decorated Christmas trees on display.
Celebration in the Oaks (November 24-January 1) – Celebrate the season under the centuries-old oak trees at City Park with one of the most spectacular holiday lights festivals in the country.
Allstate Sugar Bowl (January 1) – Start the New Year right, and step into the Superdome to witness the legendary matchup as the selected teams compete for a spot in the College Football Playoff Championship during the country’s second oldest bowl game.