New Orleans June 2024

New Orleans June 2024 Events

New Orleans June 2024 Events

Enjoy Hotel Deals and Summer Fun in New Orleans

Average temperature low and high: 74°-91°
Immerse yourself in the radiant charm of New Orleans in June, as summer temperatures peak around 90°F, providing ample sunshine to revel in. With the low season ushering in fewer crowds and economical lodgings, the city's pace is comfortably relaxed. Yet, the rhythm of the city quickens with noteworthy events, including the inclusive LGBTQ+ Pride Weekend, the gastronomic delight of the New Orleans Wine & Food Experience, and the vibrant echoes of the Caribbean at the NOLA Caribbean Carnivale.

June Event Calendar

Oyster Festival

Oyster Festival

This two-day weekend festival is aimed to create awareness of eating Louisiana Gulf. The primary objective of the Oyster Festival is fundraising for the restoration of the Louisiana Coastal Area. The event will include delicious delights and flavors from famous New Orleans restaurants – while the craft beverages will complement the delicious bites.

New Orleans Wine and Food Experience (NOWFE)

New Orleans Wine and Food Experience (NOWFE)

New Orleans Wine and Food Experience is an annual celebration. This will be the 32nd anniversary of NOWFE uniting gourmands and oenophiles in a vibrant, historic setting. NOWFE highlights the city's culinary heritage and features unique wines and dining experiences at establishments like Emeril's, Bywater American Bistro, and Justine. Seminars and intimate wine dinners make the event a must. Don't miss the "Burlesque, Bubbly, and Brunch" party; this is where the most fun is had. This event is only for ages 21 and over. Ticket starts at $95.

The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience

The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience

If you're looking for a week full of indulgent delicacies and exquisite wine, The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience is the hotspot for foodies this June 5th-9th. This event offers seminars on wine tasting carried out by world-class experts, cooking demos featuring renowned chefs whipping up their signature dishes, and Grand Tasting events with wineries from all over the world. Not only do visitors enjoy food served in the festival's various venues, but they also get an opportunity to learn about pairing wines with different cheeses, sauces and various culinary delights.

New Orleans Pride Weekend

New Orleans Pride Weekend

New Orleans Pride Weekend is set to be one of the most vibrant celebrations of LGBTQIA+ culture and unity. Taking place from June 7th to June 9th, the weekend includes a packed schedule of events that will rally locals and visitors alike. Prominent parades include community-wide strolls across Bourbon Street, people donning colorful costumes adorned with artful face-paint designs showing excitement about LGBTIQ rights while embracing harmonious inclusion amidst continual diversity. Social events range from welcomingly festive drag shows to boisterous late-night circuit parties offering heart-pounding dancing experiences.

Pride at the Broadside

Pride at the Broadside

Pride at the Broadside is an annual LGBT event taking place on June 7th. Attendees will have a plethora of activities, performances, and vendors to enjoy. Whether browsing through racks of rainbow apparel or indulging in delicious food from various local food trucks, there’s something for everyone. Guests can look forward to thrilling live music, dance performances, and engaging workshops on LGBTQ+ issues. Tickets are available for $20 to $25.

Showcase Comic Con

The Showcase Comic Con is right around the corner on June 15th and 16th at the Harbor Center. This two-day long event will showcase various comic book-related exhibitions, including merchandise vendors, booth exhibits by different creators and panels where writers will engage with fans regarding their published works. Attendees can expect an exciting list of activities like cosplay contests and exclusive meet-and-greet sessions with our featured guests. Get your tickets now for just $15.

New Orleans Restaurant Week

New Orleans Restaurant Week

For the 13th year in a row, Louisiana Restaurant Association and New Orleans & Company present New Orleans Restaurant Week, an opportunity to eat your way through the city at a discounted price. The city’s best restaurants will serve enjoyable and memorable meals such as 2-course lunches, and 3-course dinners and brunches. 

New Orleans Restaurant Week

New Orleans Restaurant Week

Returning again, New Orleans Restaurant Week commences on June 17th and will continue through the 23rd. For those passionate about food, this annual celebration offers the opportunity to savor some of the city's most distinguished dishes at a notably reduced price range. From iconic Creole delicacies to worldly undertones, such delicacies showcase the culinary expertise found throughout New Orleans' restaurant scene. Don't forget to stay tuned for information regarding this year's participating restaurants and their exquisite menus.

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New Orleans Events in June

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

Upcoming Events

Fri, Jun 28 at Foundation Room Fridays at Five: Happy Hour in the Foundation Room
Fri, Jun 28 at Foundation Room Shawan Rice in the Foundation Room Lounge
Fri, Jun 28 at Foundation Room Throwback with DJ Fayard Lindsey
Sat, Jun 29 at Foundation Room Dr. Sick and The Late Greats in The Foundation Room Lounge
Sat, Jun 29 at Foundation Room DJ O in the Foundation Room
Sat, Jun 29 at Republic NOLA An Emo Night To Remember
Things to do in New Orleans

Things to Do in New Orleans in June

Visit The National WWII Museum

Visit The National WWII Museum
With summer making it difficult to stay outdoors for too long of a time, visiting The National WWII Museum is a perfect pastime to get your mind off the heat! Located just a mile away from the French Quarter, this museum has been designated as America’s official WWII museum. It’s full of images and artifacts that encompass the American spirit and bravery of our veterans. Prices are $28 for adults, but if you bring your college ID or military ID, you’ll get a $10 discount. WWII veterans get in for free.

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
You can find 15,000 sea creatures at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, and it’s one of a kind in the nation. They have a seahorse gallery and a shark touch pool, so you could get a chance to pet a baby shark. They also have a collection of rare and endangered species, like white alligators. It’s best to plan a couple of hours to spend here, and there’s a cafe that offers food and drinks to keep you energized. They’re open at 10 a.m., Tuesday until Sunday only. Tickets start at $29.95 for adults, but if you order online, you can save $3.