Also known as 'Jazz Fest,' the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival brings much more than just jazz music to the city. In fact, all types of music with their roots in the south can be heard around the end of April and beginning of May: Blues, country, zydeco, folk, pop, rap… it's all to be soaked up, along with some mouth-watering cajun cuisine such as crawfish beignets, Po'boys, and spicy jambalaya. The fun isn't limited to the confines of the festival either. The whole city comes to life with live music, shows, and nightclubs holding regular 'Jazz Fest' evenings too.
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New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
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