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The 2013 French Quarter Festival00000176-e49b-dce8-adff-f6df16840000Thursday, April 11 — Sunday, April 14The French Quarter Festival returns to New Orleans this weekend! Featuring over 800 local musicians, more than 65 of New Orleans finest restaurants, free special events, family fun with two kids areas, and the return of fireworks on the Mississippi River (Saturday April 13 at 9 p.m.).ResourcesBefore you head out to the festival, make sure you're prepared. We've collected some handy resources for you to get the most out of your trip downtown this weekend.2013 Festival ScheduleKnow where you're going before you get there!FQF MapOnline and downloadable versions of the festival map, highlighting stages, restrooms, dining options, and a list of special events.French Quarter Festival AppTechnically-savvy? Take your schedule and map on the go with the 2012 French Quarter Festival app, available for Android and iPhone.Festival WebsiteCheck out the French Quarter Festival's website for an in-depth look at the fest, including volunteer and sponsor information, answers to frequently asked questions, and tips on parking, public transportation, and more.

2013 French Quarter Festival Map


Find out where it's all at this weekend with this map of the 2013 French Quarter Festival.

The map highlights music stages, bars and clubs with performances, and everything from food booths to restrooms to ATM locations. You can click on the map for a larger version, or download the map here.

The French Quarter Festival begins this Thursday, April 11.

Jason Saul served as WWNO's Director of Digital Services. In 2017 he took a position at BirdNote, in Seattle.

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