During the holiday season there is so much happening in our city. There are a plenty of family-friendly events happening like Celebration in the Oaks and Audubon zoo lights. This year gain there will also be the video-mapping projection art show. If you have never experienced this “light show,” you really must take your family to see the New Orleans LUNA Fête.
The Arts Council New Orleans created this visionary festival. The event, now in its fifth year, shows visitors the power of art and how art can help transform our community. This year LUNA Fête, the annual festival of art, light and technology, will take place December 12 through December 15 after dark. This festival, which begins after dark, is free and open to the public. LUNA Fête is a great family holiday event. The festival is full of light and art and it is interactive and very kid-friendly.
For more information visit: https://www.lunafete.org/overview
About The Festival
LUNA Fête takes place in Lafayette Square and along Lafayette and Fulton Streets. Videos will be projected onto Gallier Hall. The surrealistic spectacle will be set to music. You will also be able to enjoy other lights and light installations along the streets. Furthermore, LUNA Fête provides an ideal opportunity to celebrate New Orleans’ creative and tech-based industries. It furthermore gives you a great insight of the intersection of art, architecture, technology and community engagement. This is an outdoor spectacle that combines New Orleans’ tradition of street-based celebration and connecting people to a new era of contemporary art. LUNA Fête has been a success the last couple of years. Installations in the past included huge snow globes that transformed light into a paintbrush. There were also video installations creating lollipops, robot cave drawings and even a whale.
After visiting LUNA Fete, head over to Mulate’s and enjoy Cajun food, authentic Cajun cuisine, music, and dancing.
We’re located at 201 Julia Street in the Warehouse District, and laissez les bon temps rouler. For more information, call (504) 522-1492 or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about accommodating large groups.