New Orleans June 2021 Events

New Orleans June 2021 Events

Take Your Dad to Celebrate Father's Day in New Orleans this June!

Average temperature low and high: 74°-91°
June in New Orleans is when things finally start to heat up, but don't let the warmer weather interfere with all of the fun you can have. If you're bringing your dad down for Father's Day, take him to sample some locally-brewed beers or out for a nice meal at one of the many amazing restaurants the city has to offer! Some annual events may be postponed or different because of COVID-19, we will update this page with any new information in the coming weeks released by organizers.

June Event Calendar

Creole Tomato Festival

Creole Tomato Festival

Head down to the French Market, the nation’s oldest marketplace, for the annual Creole Tomato Festival! This festival is free and open to the public. In 2020, organizers hosted a "to-go" event due to COVID-19, with listings of various resturaunts offering creole tomato-themed dishes in observation of the festival. Details are pending whether this year will be similar or if an in-person fest will take place. 

New Orleans Concerts in June

Upcoming Nightclub Events

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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.

Events may be canceled due to the coronavirus. Please confirm with all ticket vendors that events are still active.