Festival Season is here!!! Here is a rundown of some festivals this season! Be prepared to fest in rain, hurricane or shine..I The festivals run back to back, it's important to keep this handy.. This list was created with the festi-gal and guys in mind. Now you can start making your agenda for the upcoming festivities.
april - may-June
Wednesdays April 3-May 22 — YLC Wednesday at the Square (Lafayette Square, South Maestri Place; www.ylcnola.org) — The weekly 10-concert spring series features local bands, food, drinks and more every Wednesday. 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Free.
3-7 — New Orleans Wine & Food Experience (Various locations in New Orleans; www.nowfe.com) — The annual festival has tasting events, wine dinners, culinary experiences, seminars and the Royal Street Stroll shopping and sampling event. Hours and admissions vary.
Thursdays April 4-May 30 — Thursdays at Twilight Concert Series (New Orleans Botanical Garden, New Orleans City Park, 5 Victory Ave.; www.neworleanscitypark.com) — The weekly spring concert series features traditional jazz, rhythm and blues and other music genres performed by New Orleans musicians in an intimate setting.
Fridays 5 & 12 — Mandeville Live! (Mandeville Trailhead, 675 Lafitte St., Mandeville) — The concert series features Dave Jordan and NIA (April 5) and Chubby Carrier (April 12). The series also includes dates April 26 and May 3. Food and drinks will be available. 6:30 p.m. Free.
5-7 — Cypress Sawmill Festival (Kemper Williams Park, 264 Cotten Road, Patterson; www.cypresssawmillfestival.com) — The All-American Lumberjack show is a feature of the festival, which also includes live music, amusement rides, a softball tournament, arts and crafts, an old engine display, classic car show and songwriting workshop.
5-7 — Festa Italiana (400 block of Williams Boulevard, Kenner; www.italianheritagefestival.com) — The Italian heritage festival has food, live music, amusement rides, games, crafts vendors and more.
5-7 — Scott Boudin Festival (Lions Club Road in front of City Hall, Scott; www.scottboudinfestival.com) — The festival celebrates Cajun culture, particularly boudin, and there's live music by Keith Frank & Soileau Zydeco, Lil Nate & the Zydeco Big Timers, Chris Ardoin & NuStep Zydeko and others, plus food vendors, carnival rides and kids' activities.
6 — Asian Pacific American Society Festival (Audubon Zoo, 6500 Magazine St.; www.audubonnatureinstitute.org/apas) — There are cultural performances, live music, educational displays, handmade crafts from Asian countries and Asian foods. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Free with regular zoo admission.
6 — Crawfest (Tulane University, LBC Berger Family and Newcomb quads; www.crawfest.tulane.edu) — More than 20,000 pounds of crawfish will be prepared for the festival, which allows attendees unlimited mudbugs.
6 — Freret Street Festival (Freret Street between Napoleon Avenue and Valmont Street; www.freretstreetfestival.org) — There's live music on three stages, pet adoptions and more than 200 vendors offering art, clothing, food and other items. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Free.
6 — Louisiana Crawfish Boil Championships (4520 Sixth St., Marrero; www.louisianacrawfishchamps.org) — There's live music by Bucktown All Stars, Junior and Sumtin' Sneaky and Joey Thomas Band as well as amusement rides and thousands of pounds of crawfish cooked by dozens of cooking teams competing for championship titles.
6 — St. Bernard Irish Italian Islenos Parade (West Judge Perez Drive, Chalmette; www.iiiparade.wixsite.com) — The parade features 53 floats, 35 marching groups and 1,500 members tossing about 350,000 pounds of produce to revelers. The procession starts and ends at Meraux Drive and West Judge Perez Drive. Noon-till. Free.
6-7 — New Orleans Spring Fiesta (826 St. Ann St.; www.springfiestanola.com) — The celebration of New Orleans culture includes a parade of horse-drawn carriages in the French Quarter, presentation of the queen at Jackson Square and tours of private home, gardens and courtyards. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday. $15-$20 in advance,
6-7 — Spring Garden Show (New Orleans Botanical Garden, 5 Victory Ave., City Park; www.neworleanscitypark/events/spring-garden-show) — There are dozens of horticulture exhibits, a marketplace, educational lectures, a plant health clinic, plant sale and children's activities. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.
9 — Best Chefs of Louisiana (Sen. Ted Hickey Ballroom, University Center, University of New Orleans, 2000 Lakeshore Drive; www.acfno.org) — The local chapter of the American Culinary Federation hosts the event, which includes dishes by 35 Louisiana chefs. There's also live entertainment, auctions and an open bar. 6 p.m.-9 p.m.
9 — Paradigm Gardens Concert Series (1131 S. Rampart St.; www.paradigmgardensnola.com) — The event, which also takes place April 23, includes live music, food by chefs from three restaurants and desserts from Gracious Bakery. Musical guests and participating chefs change for each event. 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m.
10-14 — A Taste of Covington (Various locations in Covington; www.atasteofcovington.com) — The five-day event features vintner dinners, grand tastings, live music, a Champagne jazz brunch, art walk and more. Hours and admissions vary.
11-14 — French Quarter Festival (French Quarter of New Orleans; www.fqfi.org) — Hundreds of musicians in a range of genres perform on more than 20 stages throughout the French Quarter and along the riverfront. There's food from dozens of restaurants, films, lectures and children's activities. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Thursday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Free.
12 — Westwego Farmers Market Friday Night Concert Series (484 Sala Ave., Westwego) — The concert series offers live music by the Tuzack Martin Band, food, crafts and more. 7 p.m.-10 p.m. Free.
12-14 — Downtown Lake Charles Crawfish Festival (Lake Charles Civic Center, 900 Lakeshore Drive, Lake Charles; www.downtowncrawfest.com) — There's a 5k walk/run carnival rides, live Cajun, zydeco and pop music, an art show, carnival rides, food and more. Sunday is the carnival only.
12-14 — Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival (Memorial Park, North Sixth St., Ponchatoula; www.lastrawberryfestival.com) — There are food booths, lots of things made with strawberries, a pageant, a parade, arts and crafts, children's activities and live music from Mothership, Chubby Carrier, Aaron Foret and others. Noon-10 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. Free.
13 — NOMA Egg Hunt & Family Festival (Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, City Park, 1 Collins C. Diboll Circle; www.noma.org/event/noma-egg-hunt-and-family-festival-2019) — There are Easter egg hunts, a petting zoo, face painting, inflatables and other activities. 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
13 — Spring for Art (St. Tammany Art Association, 320 N. Columbia St., Covington; www.sttammany.art/events/2019/4/13/spring-for-art) — The festival in the streets of downtown Covington includes live music, art shows, demonstrations, performances and more. 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Free.
13-14 — Baton Rouge Blues Festival (100 North Blvd., Baton Rouge; www.batonrougebluesfestival.org) — The music lineup includes Mavis Staples, Kenny Neal, William Bell, Deacon John and others. There also are talks with musicians and food and art vendors. Noon-10 p.m. Free.
13-14 — Egg Scramble (Carousel Gardens Amusement Park and Storyland, New Orleans City Park, 7 Victory Ave.; www.neworleanscitypark.com/events/egg-scramble) — More than 36,000 Easter eggs will be hidden in the amusement park and Storyland for kids to find. 9 a.m.-noon.
14 — Earth Day (Lafreniere Park, Al Copeland Concert Meadow, Metairie; www.jeffparish.net) — The annual event features live music, food, crafts and interactive displays about the environment. There's also a free yoga class, a composting lass, cooking demonstrations, children's activities, a blood drive and food donation collections. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Free.
16 — Earth Day (New Orleans Botanical Garden, 5 Victory Ave.; www.neworleanscitypark.com/events/earth-day) — With a focus on environmental protection, the festival offers educational exhibits, kids' activities, free meditation classes, live music by The Necessary Gentlemen, cooking demonstrations, food trucks and cooking demonstrations. 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Admission by donation.
18-21 — New Orleans Poetry Festival (Various locations in New Orleans; www.nolapoetry.com) — There are open-mic readings, featured performances and readings, live music, art openings, special events and a small-press book fair. Hours vary.
20 — Crescent City Classic (New Orleans; www.ccc10k.com) — The foot race starts at the Superdome at 8 a.m. and winds through the French Quarter, ending at City Park with a party featuring Creole cuisine and live music. There's also a two-day health and fitness expo that is open to the public. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
20 — Gretna Food Truck Fest (Gretna Farmers Market & Art Walk, 739 Third St., Gretna) — Food trucks gather downtown for dinner service. 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Free.
22-28 — Zurich Classic (Tournament Players Club, 11001 Lapalco Blvd., Avondale; www.zurichgolfclassic.com) — This stop on the PGA Championship Tournament circuit draws international golf stars. There's also food and live entertainment. Gates open 9 a.m. Monday-Tuesday, 6:30 a.m.-Wednesday-Sunday. $85 weekly pass, free for children 17 and younger accompanied by an adult.
25-28 — New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots, 1751 Gentilly Blvd.; www.nojazzfest.com) — The festival expands to eight days for its 50th event, which features hundreds of musicians, including Katy Perry, plus food, crafts, artist interviews, a kids' tent and more.
26 — Zoo-To-Do for Kids (Audubon Zoo, 6500 Magazine St.; www.audubonnatureinstitute.org/ztdk) — Live music, sing-alongs and entertainment are staged throughout the zoo, and there are games, crafts, inflatables, face painters and food from dozens of restaurants. 6 p.m.-9 p.m.
26-28 — Cajun Fest (Visitation of Our Lady, 3500 Ames Blvd., Marrero; www.vol.org/cajunfest) — The festival includes food, live music from Groovy 7, The Chee Weez and Ryan Foret and Foret Tradition and others, kids' activities, auctions, a talent search, chicken drop bingo, a royal tea and a fun run. Free.
26-28 — Etouffee Festival (Little Flower Gym, 370 Main St., Arnaudville; www.arnaudvillecatholic.org) — The festival includes etouffee dishes, live music, carnival rides, bingo, a car show, cook-off, a marketplace and 5k run. 5 p.m.-midnight Friday, 11 a.m.-midnight Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. Free.
26-28 — Italian Festival (50081 Highway 51, Tickfaw; www.theitalianfestivalorg.com) — Live music by Chase Tyler Band, The Dominos, 90 Degrees West and others is on tap, as well as a spaghetti cook-off, a ball, queen's pageant, parade, carnival rides and more. 6 p.m.-11 p.m. Friday, 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. Free.
26-28 — La Fete du Monde (Central Lafourche Market, Highway 1 at Highway 90, Mathews; www.facebook.com/lockportfoodfestival) — Previously called the Lockport Food Festival, this celebration features live music from Clustafunk, Category 6, Tet Dur and others, a foot race, amusement rides, auctions, food and other activities. 6 p.m.-1 a.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-1 a.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. Free.
27 — All-You-Can-Eat Crawfish Cookoff (Fritchie Park, 905 W. Howze Beach Road, Slidell; www.louisiananorthshore.com/events/annual-events/crawfish-cook-off) — About 60 teams compete in a cook-off of 45,000 pounds of crawfish. About 8,000 people attend the event, which includes live music, kids' activities and food and drink vendors. 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
29-May 1 — NOLA Crawfish Fest (The Smokeyard at Central City BBQ, 1201 S. Rampart St.; www.nolacrawfishfest.com) — The three-day event features live music, beer, hot boiled crawfish, a crawfish eating championship Tuesday and a crawfish cook-off Wednesday. Musical guests include Anders Osborne, The Iceman Special, The Mike Dillon Band and others. 3 p.m.-10 p.m. daily.
1 — NOLA Crawfish Fest (The Smokeyard at Central City BBQ, 1201 S. Rampart St.; www.nolacrawfishfest.com) — The event features live music, beer, hot boiled crawfish, a crawfish eating championship Tuesday and a crawfish cook-off Wednesday. Musical guests include Anders Osborne, The Iceman Special, The Mike Dillon Band and others. 3 p.m.-10 p.m. daily. $120 for three-day ticket; VIP tickets available.
Thursdays 2-30 — Thursdays at Twilight Concert Series (New Orleans Botanical Garden, New Orleans City Park, 5 Victory Ave.; www.neworleanscitypark.com) — The weekly spring concert series features traditional jazz, rhythm and blues and other music genres performed by New Orleans musicians in an intimate setting. There's also mint juleps, wine, beer and food for purchase. 6 p.m.
2-5 — New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots, 1751 Gentilly Blvd.; www.nojazzfest.com) —
3-5 — Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival (1290 Rees St., Breaux Bridge; www.bbcrawfest.com) — More than 30 bands perform Cajun, zydeco and swamp pop during the festival, which also includes Cajun dance contests, music workshops, crawfish dishes and more. 4 p.m.-midnight Friday, 10 a.m.-midnight Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.
3-5 — Tomato Festival (Our Lady of Prompt Succor Church and School, 2320 Paris Road, Chalmette) — The festival offers raw and grilled oysters, tomato dishes, shrimp dishes, jambalaya, crawfish fried rice, Italian sausage and more. Local musicians perform live and there are carnival rides and games, a queen pageant, baby contest and a 5k fun run. 6 p.m.-11 p.m. Friday, noon-11 p.m. Saturday, noon 10 p.m. Sunday. Free.
4 — Westwego Crawfish Cook-off (Westwego Farmers Market, 484 Sala Ave., Westwego; www.visitwestwego.com) — Cooking teams compete to see who boils the best mudbugs. There also is live music by the Brad Sapia Band, all-you-can-eat crawfish, food and drink vendors, crafts and more. 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
9-12 — Cochon de Lait Festival (Mansura; www.cochondelaitfestival.com) —Mansura calls itself the cochon de lait capital of the world, and the four-day event pays homage to porcine dishes. There's Cajun food, Louisiana music, a greasy pig contest, a crackling cook-off, beer drinking contest, hog calling competition and more. 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Thursday-Friday, 10 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.
11 — Crawfish Mambo (University of New Orleans, 2000 Lakeshore Drive; www.crawfishmambo.com) — Dozens of crawfish boiling teams compete for prizes and attendees get to sample the results with all-you-can-eat mudbugs. There's also live music, an artists' village and a children's tent. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
12 — Mother's Day Celebration at Audubon Zoo (6500 Magazine St.; www.audubonnatureinstitute.org/mothers-day-celebration) — The annual concert celebrates mothers with live music from Irma Thomas and the Professionals, food and arts vendors and more. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Free with regular zoo admission (mothers get in free).
16 —Top Taco (Woldenberg Park, 1 Canal St.; www.toptaconola.com) — Located on the New Orleans riverfront, the festival offers tacos by about three dozen local chefs, margaritas and tequilas and live entertainment by OTRA and Muevelo. 6 p.m.-10 p.m.
17-19 — Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo (Bayou St. John at Orleans Avenue; www.thebayouboogaloo.com) — There are four stages of live music, a marketplace with more than 60 local artists and businesses, food and beverage vendors, a kids' area, canoe and kayak racing on Saturday and other activities. 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-9:15 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Sunday. Free.
17-19 — Plaquemines Parish Seafood & Heritage Festival (F. Edward Hebert Boulevard off Woodland Highway, Belle Chasse; www.plaqueminesparishfestival.com) — The three-day festival features lots of seafood dishes, live bands, an oyster drop, helicopter rides, carnival rides, a queen pageant, sandbagging contest and arts and crafts. 6 p.m.-11 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
23-26 — New Orleans Greek Festival (Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, 1200 Robert E. Lee Blvd.; www.greekfestnola.com) — The celebration of Greek food and culture includes Greek food, a Greek grocery, wine, pastries, Helenic dancing, live Greek music, cooking demonstrations, a 5k run and children's activities. 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Thursday (indoor only, cash only), 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday.
24-26 — Jambalaya Festival (Festival Grounds, 219 S. Irma Blvd., Gonzales; www.jambalayafestival.org) — The annual Memorial Day weekend festival features live music on two stages (one of them indoors), cooking contests, carnival rides, a 5k and 1-mile fun run on Saturday and a car show on Sunday. 2 p.m.-midnight Friday, 6 a.m.-midnight Saturday, 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday. Free.
25-26 — Baton Rouge Soul Food Festival (North Boulevard Town Square, 200 North Blvd., Baton Rouge; www.hitcitydigital.wixsite.com/brsoulfoodfest) — Blues, soul, funk, gospel, rhythm and blues, reggae and rock bands perform and there are soul food cooking competitions highlighting dishes from Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. There's also a marketplace. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Free.
1-4 — Erath 4th of July Celebration (Edwards and South Broadway Streets, Erath; www.erath4.com) — The 83-year-old street festival offers live music, amusement rides, a fais-do-do, water fights, a parade, cook-offs, a dance contest and a fireworks display. 6 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Sunday-Tuesday, 6 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Wednesday, 1 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Thursday. Free.
4 — Go 4th on the River (New Orleans Mississippi Riverfront; www.go4thonthriver.com) — Fireworks from dueling barges on the river start at 9 p.m. at this Independence Day celebration. There's also patriotic music. 9 p.m.-till. Free.
July 4-7 — Essence Festival (Various locations in New Orleans; www.essence.com/festival) — It's the 25th anniversary for this festival, which features concerts on a main stage and in super lounges in the Superdome and seminars, product vendors and special events at other locations.
.12-13 — Bikers on the Bayou (Teche Drive, downtown Franklin; www.cajuncoast.com/event/bikers-bayou) — Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the movie "Easy Rider," the event is a self-guided motorcycle tour of locations highlighted in the movie. There's also food, music, a car show and a free screening of the movie. Noon-4 p.m. Free.
12-14 — San Fermin in Nueva Orleans (Various locations in New Orleans; www.nolabulls.com) — Roller derby women wielding plastic bats are the "bulls" in New Orleans' version of the running of the bulls on Saturday. The three-day event includes a kickoff party Friday, music, DJs, food, drinks, an Ernest Hemingway lookalike contest and more.
13-14 — Christmas in July Art & Crafts Plus Boutiques Market (Pontchartrain Center, 4545 Williams Blvd., Kenner) — The indoor marketplace features artists and craftspeople selling jewelry, woodcrafts, art, candles and clothing. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
14 — Bastille Day Bartenders and Waiters Race (French Market, 20 French Market Place; www.frenchmarket.org) — Waiters and bartenders undertake speed walking and skill tests (re: speed walking while carrying a tray of drinks) at the Farmers Market. There's food, music, arts and crafts and more. 4 p.m.-until. Free.
16-21 — Tales of the Cocktail (Various location in New Orleans; www.talesofthecocktail.com) — The cocktail festival and spirits industry conference offers more than 300 events, including seminars, competitions, networking events, tastings, spirited dinners and information about new ideas, products and techniques in the industry.
25-27 — International Grand Isle Tarpon Rodeo (Tarpon Rodeo Drive, Grand Isle; www.tarponrodeo.org) — There are fishing competitions for adults and children at this rodeo, which started in 1928. Fishing starts at 5:30 a.m. each day and the pavilion opens at 11 a.m. with food, educational exhibits, crab races, a sales area and other attractions. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Thursday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday. Free
1-4 — Lagniappe Classic Dog Show (Pontchartrain Center, 4545 Williams Blvd., Kenner; www.akc.org) — More than 1,000 dogs representing 190 breeds compete for prizes, including Best in Show. There also are workshops and other activities. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Free.
2-4 — Satchmo SummerFest (New Orleans Jazz Museum, Old U.S. Mint, 400 Esplanade Ave.; www.satchmosummerfest.org) — Three dozen bands perform during the three-day event, and there are discussions by Louis Armstrong scholars, Zulu coconut and second-line umbrella decorating stations, a jazz Mass and food and drink vendors. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday.
3 — White Linen Night (300-700 blocks of Julia Street and at various locations in the Warehouse District) — The block party extends for four blocks on Julia Street, with food and drink vendors and live music. Galleries extend their hours and showcase new artworks. There's an after-party at the Contemporary Art Center (900 Camp St.) with live music, cash bars and food. Block party 5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Free.
10 — Dirty Linen Night (200-1000 blocks of Royal Street and some side streets in the French Quarter; www.dirtylinen.org) — The French Quarter version of White Linen Night includes a street party with live music, clowns, mimes and other performances and extended hours at dozens of galleries and shops. Some galleries offer snacks and drinks. 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Free.
10 — New Orleans Red Dress Run (Crescent Park, 1008 N. Peters St.; www.neworleanshash.com) — Men and women put on red dresses and take to the streets of the French Quarter in this annual fun run. There's food before the race and an after-party with live entertainment. 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
14-18 — Delcambre Shrimp Festival (409 E. Main St., Delcambre, 337-685-2653; www.shrimpfestival.net) — There are shrimp cook-offs, shrimp dishes by local cooks, live music, a queen pageant, amusement rides and a blessing of the shrimp fleet on Sunday. 6:30 p.m.-until Wednesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-until Saturday and Sunday. Free Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday,
23-24 — NOLA Downtown Music and Arts Festival (Duncan Plaza, 343-349 Loyola Ave.; www.cuttingedgenola.com/nola-downtown-festival) — There's live music from local, national and international acts at the festival grounds and at various downtown venues as part of the Cutting Edge music conference. There's also a Cruisin' New Orleans Car Show, a second-line walk/run, a film festival, entertainment industry expo, lifestyle products demonstrations and more.
20-22 — National Fried Chicken Festival (Woldenberg Park, 1 Canal St.; www.friedchickenfestival.com) — About 35 restaurants will sell their versions of the featured dish, and there are two stages for live music, celebrity cooking demonstrations, eating and cooking contests and children's activities. Noon-8 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday. Free.
21 — NOLA on Tap (New Orleans City Park Festival Grounds, 1701 Wisner Blvd.; www.nolaontap.org) — Hundreds of national, local and home-brewed beers are available for tasting and there's food, live music, art, games, a homebrewers competition and awards. Noon-7 p.m.
22-28 — New Orleans Fashion Week (Various locations; www.neworleansfashionweek.com) — The fashion festival includes runway shows, design competitions, information sessions about hair, fashion and beauty and more. Hours and admissions vary.
27-29 — Gretna Heritage Festival (Downtown Gretna; www.gretnafest.com) — Spread over 25 blocks of downtown Gretna, the festival offers three days of live music, food and craft vendors, rides, educational exhibits and Italian, German, Latin and Gospel villages. The music lineup has not been announced. 2 p.m.-11:15 p.m. Friday, noon-12:30 a.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday. ,
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