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It’s no secret that New Orleans is home to the biggest Mardi Gras celebrations in the world. The season of Carnival is in full-swing for about a week or two in January or February, depending on what date Fat Tuesday, the day prior to Ash Wednesday, falls on that year. Aside from Carnival festivities, New Orleans is constantly awash in festivals and concerts. New Year’s Eve means a massive party in Jackson Square. The Sugar Bowl is an annual college football match held at the Superdome in early January preceded by a parade.The New Orleans Jazz Fest is a six-day festival held in Spring to celebrate jazz heritage and culture with singing, dancing, music, food, and crafts. In fact, there are more festivals in New Orleans than just about anywhere else. From SatchMo Summerfest in honor of Louis Armstrong, to the Louisiana Swamp Fest at the Audubon Zoo, there is always something to do in New Orleans, and if you’re a student at a local college, be ready to get involved!



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New Orleans is a city world-renowned for its bustling nightlife. With more bars, nightclubs, and live music venues than can be counted, New Orleans is sure to keep you entertained. The “French Quarter,” the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, is home to Bourbon Street. Bourbon Street is world-renowned for its numerous bars, many of which are historic. New Orleans is one of the few places in the United States where drinking openly in the streets is permitted, so be prepared to encounter a lot of alcohol on your travels. Home to Cajun dancing establishments, Harrah’s Casino, jazz, burlesque, and cabaret clubs, hookah bars, and more, New Orleans is not just a college student’s ideal social scene, but a place where anyone over 21 will be delighted.


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thumbnail 3 Bed $4,000 512 Lowerline Street, New Orleans, LA July 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,650 Millaudon St/Dominican, New Orleans, LA July 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,500 248 Cherokee Street, New Orleans, LA July 30th
thumbnail 4 Bed $2,100 7613 Dominican Street, New Orleans, LA July 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,400 Dolhonde Street, New Orleans, LA July 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,650 2317 Wirth Place, New Orleans, LA July 29th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,050 2631 Palmyra Avenue, New Orleans, LA July 29th
thumbnail 3 Bed $2,295 2308 Octavia Street, New Orleans, LA July 30th
thumbnail 3 Bed $3,000 7701 Jeannette Street, New Orleans, LA July 29th
2 Bed $3,250 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA July 29th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Three $3,000
Three $3,500
Two $3,800
Two $750
Two $3,600
One $5,000
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