All you need to know about The 8th Annual Oak Street Po-Boy Festival!
Sunday, November 23, 2014
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Oak Street, New Orleans, from Carrollton Ave. to Eagle Ave.
To improve traffic flow the fest has expanded down Leonidas St., from Oak St. to Willow St.
+ Family Fest at St. Andrews!
Check out our map!
- Over 30 Restaurants + Food Truck Village (in the 4600 Block of Oak St with lots of seating and shade!) Full Restaurant List & Menus
- Music: 5 stages of music featuring some of NOLA's best acts! Full music schedule
- Oak Street Merchants: Be sure to visit the wonderful restaurants, bars and shops on Oak St! View all merchants
- Family Fest at St. Andrews: Featuring lots of amenities to make Po-Boy fest easier on families. Read more
- FRENCHY: Local favorite artist, Frenchy, has designed this year's beautiful poster! Check it out
- Pets are welcome
- No outside food or beverage. Please help support the festival by leaving your coolers at home and purchasing drinks at the fest. This helps keep the festival free for years to come!
- There will be ATMs throughout the festival, but we suggest coming with cash to avoid fees, lines, etc.
- This year both beverage stations and merchandise will accept credit cards.
Transportation and parking
- The streetcar is back in full swing! You can catch the Green Streetcar on Canal (or St. Charles) going towards Carrollton Ave, and get off at the Oak Street stop.
- Bus. Check New Orleans Regional Transit Authority website for routes & schedules.
- Bike Easy is sponsoring a bicycle parking corral located at Whitney Bank on the corner of Carrollton and Plum Street. There will be additional bike parking available at Mater Dolorosa Church on Carrollton and Oak Street.
The Oak Street Po-Boy fest is a uniquely New Orleanian festival, designed to honor the humble po-boy sandwich and to help revitalize the booming Oak Street business corridor. The Oak Street Po Boy Festival is presented by the Oak Street Merchants, Residents and Property Owners, a Non Profit organization dedicated to promoting and sustain the economic visibility of the Oak Street commercial corridor, combat blight and deterioration, and maintain the streetscape improvements.