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  1. Fulton Street—located in the warehouse and arts district of New Orleans—is a pedestrian-friendly mall lined with restaurants and shops. At Christmas time, this street comes alive with beautiful decor, featuring faux snow (after all, it is the Deep South), a Christmas tree, a holiday boardwalk, and a visit from Santa. Dates are released on their website each year, including the best time to.
  2. Marking the end of the holiday season, this ritual game takes place annually on January 1. The Sugar Bowl is a great time for college football fans, and it's played every year in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Even if you can't get a ticket to the big game, football fans can find the game playing in sports bars across the city all day long.
  3. On December , the Arts Market of New Orleans will hold their monthly public market at Palmer Park — an excellent opportunity to purchase a unique, locally made New Orleans gift. On December 14 and 21, check out the Piety Street holiday market at St. Claude Ave. in the New Orleans Healing Center in the Bywater.
  4. Wish a Merry Christmas to loved ones this holiday season with New Orleans Christmas cards from Zazzle! Festive greeting cards, photo cards & more. Create today!
  5. 80 Christmas Greetings Take the time to send Christmas greetings and wishes to friends old and new; to family close and far. Use these Merry Christmas greetings for your card or messages. It is a time when we express our love and appreciation for each other.
  6. And while most cities see their public Christmas festivities come to a sharp halt on December 26, New Orleans celebrates the full 12 days, after which the transition to the Carnival season begins.
  7. Dec 10,  · Cajun Carols: New Orleans Christmas Jazz In New Orleans, December brings only faux snow, so Papa Noel packs his presents on a pirogue pulled by .
  8. The song Christmas in New Orleans was written by Richard Sherman and Joseph Van Winkle and was first released by Louis Armstrong and The All Stars in It was covered by John Legend, New Orleans Jazz Band of Cologne, Vic Shepherd, Pee Wee Ellis with Lillian Boutté and other artists.
  9. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Christmas Greetings from New Orleans - Various Artists on AllMusic -

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