Side Trips from New Orleans Nightlife

Whether you’re looking for a dive bar, swanky lounge, or all-hours nightclub, we’ve got you covered.

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Blue Moon Saloon

  • Dance Clubs

This cottage doesn't look like much from the street, but after you pay your cover at the garden gate, you'll soon find yourself on a...

Downtown Alive!

  • Music Clubs

For the last 30 years, on Friday evenings from mid-March through June and from September through November, dancing crowds converge on...

El Sid–o's

  • Music Clubs

This family-run zydeco club hosts music on Friday and Saturday nights. Sid Williams manages the club, and his brother's band, Nathan...

Festival Acadiens et Creoles

  • Music Clubs

This huge music-and-food fest is held mid-October in Girard Park. The admission's free, the food's outstanding—but the music is the...

Festival International de Louisiane

  • Music Clubs

Taking place on the last weekend of April, this free music festival may rival the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival; it fills the...

La Poussière

  • Bars/Pubs

This ancient Cajun honky-tonk has live music on Saturday night. ...

Mardi Gras

  • Music Clubs

The biggest bash in this neck of the woods is in February or March (depending on when Lent occurs). Up to a dozen parades take to the...

Randol's

  • Music Clubs

This good Cajun restaurant is also a "salle de danse," with music and dancing nightly. ...

Rendez-Vous des Cajuns

  • Cabaret

In addition to showcasing the best Cajun and zydeco bands, this two-hour variety program presents local comedians and storytellers and...

Slim's Y-Ki-Ki

  • Dance Clubs

This long, low, somewhat musty dance hall is a legend among zydeco lovers: it's been here since the 1940s. All the big regional acts...

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