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Tremé Fall Festival

- Open to the public -

Everyone is welcome to join the celebration. Music, food, art, activities for kids and adults. All honoring Tremé history and culture. A second line parade will precede the festival. More information is coming soon!


Saturday, October 21, 2023


11AM - 7PM


1210 Governor Nicholls

New Orleans, LA 70116

Line Up & Times

11:00 - 12:00 
Second Line Parade Through Tremé

12:00 -1:00 PM 

TBC Brass Band


1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Nayo Jones Experience


3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

James Rivers Movement


4:30 PM - 5:15 PM



5:45 PM - 7:00 PM

The Rumble
ft. Chief Joseph Boudreaux Jr. 



DJ Captain Charles 


Tremé Fall Festival

Tremé Fall Fest is the most culturally authentic festival in New Orleans. It is in the heart of the Tremé neighborhood. It is dedicated to public good. The festival and the accompanying patron party has donated over $80,000 to Tremé's cultural assets like St. Augustine Catholic Church, the oldest African-American Catholic parish in the United States.

The purpose of the festival is to highlight the rich culture and history of the Tremé community, raise funds to help with the extensive repairs of St. Augustine Catholic Church and help the struggling music and cultural groups within the community to stay alive and functioning. 

St. Augustine Catholic Church has a rich and important history in America as is considered the centerpiece for the oldest African-American Catholic Church in the country. It was dedicated on October 9, 1842. Free people of color bought more pews for their families than any other contributors, and then bought all the pews of both side aisles. The side-aisle pews were given to slaves, who were welcomed to worship there, a first in the history of slavery in America. The mixture of pews resulted in the most integrated congregation in the United States. Free people of color, white people, ethnic people, and slaves regularly attended the church together.

St. Augustine Catholic Church

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