Tremé Creole Gumbo Festival

November 9-10, 2024

If you love brass bands and gumbo – or, better yet, enjoying some delicious gumbo while listening to brass bands playing live in beautiful Louis Armstrong Park – this is the event for you!


When 

November 9-10, 2024

Where 

Louis Armstrong Park

701 N. Rampart Street, New Orleans, LA 70116

live Music schedule  

Coming soon!

No recording. Please, no audio or video recording of any performances at the festival. 

About

The Tremé Creole Gumbo Festival features a great lineup of New Orleans brass bands, food vendors all serving different versions of gumbo, an arts market, and more!

Free Admission – Donations Accepted 

Admission to the Tremé Creole Gumbo Festival is free, but we will have donation boxes set up at most of the park entrances. If you want to help us keep our events free, please support us with the donation of your choice. Thank you. 

Arts Market 

We will feature an Art Market, with a variety of local artists showcasing beautiful hand-made artworks and crafts. 

Food Vendors 

If you love dark roux chicken and sausage gumbo, Creole filé gumbo, seafood gumbo, and all sorts of other great stuff – from po-boys to shrimp ’n’ grits – then come hungry.  


ADA Accessibility

For guests who use need ADA accommodations, the festival will have a number of options:

There will be wheelchair drop-off areas on Rampart Street (at the St. Ann Street Gate) and also in the parking lot near the Mahalia Jackson Theatre of the Performing Arts (enter via the Basin Street Gate).

Wheelchair-accessible toilets will be kept locked for your comfort. To obtain the combination for the locks, please visit any of our information booths located at the park entrances or check with the staff at the official Merchandise Booth.

All of the food booths will have counter heights of no more than 32 inches. There will be an area reserved only for wheelchairs near the sound booth in front of the stage.

No Outside Food or Beverages or Pets

Keep The Festival Safe and Free: No Outside Food, Beverages or Pets
Like all of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation Community Festivals, the Tremé Creole Gumbo Festival is completely free and open to the public – part of the community investment made by the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation. Donations, however, are gratefully accepted. If you would like to support the Foundation and help keep this event free, please make the tax-deductible contribution of your choice here.

PLEASE: Except for those with small children or dietary restrictions, please do not bring outside food or beverages to the event – no coolers are permitted.

Although Armstrong Park is usually open to pets, for the safety and comfort of the festival’s large audience, the Jazz & Heritage Foundation asks that guests respect their neighbors and leave companion animals at home (except for service animals, of course).

No Recording 

Please: No audio or video recording of our performers. 

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