Event Calendar

New Orleans offers an energy unlike any city in the country. Visitors can experience an endless array of events including nearby cultural attractions, festivals, nightlife, historical tours, sporting events and more. Conveniently situated in the heart of the Central Business District within a short walk of The French Quarter, Warehouse District and Garden District, NOPSI Hotel is located near many attractions in the city.
The day never has to end in New Orleans!

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Monaco Takes New Orleans

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3/20/2018 - 12/31/2018

Monaco Takes New Orleans

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Monaco takes New Orleans on a Magical Journey.

NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans is the first luxury hotel of its kind to open in two decades. Between February 19 and April 30, NOPSI Hotel will participate in an exclusive art exhibit “Legends of Monte Carlo, culinary week “Flavors of Monte Carlo” and a jewelry exhibit by Alex Soldier – internationally acclaimed jewelry artist, sculptor, and creator of Princess Grace Foundation’s Prince Rainier III statute. NOPSI Hotel is the only retailer to sell Alex Soldier pieces in Louisiana. 

His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco traveled to New Orleans in March to dedicate a plaque to his family. The plaque honors the first American women to marry into the Monégasque Princely Family, Her Serene Highness Princess Alice of Monaco (born in New Orleans as Marie Alice Heine in 1858). She married Prince Albert I of Monaco in 1889. Albert I is the great-great-grandfather of Prince Albert II. The plaque is located on Royal Street in the French Quarter. 

NOPSI Hotel's General Manager, Ellen LeMaire attended the event and met His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco. 



Late Night Happy Hour

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8/14/2018 - 12/31/2018

Late Night Happy Hour

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Join us Fridays and Saturdays in a reverse happy hour at Public Service!

Friday Night Shrimp Boil

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9/28/2018 - 9/28/2018

Friday Night Shrimp Boil

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NOPSI shrimp boil every Friday! Peel & eat Louisiana jumbo shrimp, potatoes, corn and smoked sausage for $20 per person. As always, the underCURRENT bartenders will have all the refreshing cocktails needed while you eat and listen to live music. 

Sunday Supper

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9/30/2018 - 9/30/2018

Sunday Supper

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Let us take the stress out of cooking. That’s why we created Sunday Suppers, a family-style dinner at Public Service every Sunday. The menu changes weekly with seasonal dishes. Menus are announced Thursday before Sunday Supper. Call Public Service restaurant for updates 504-962-6527.

Friday Night Shrimp Boil

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10/5/2018 - 10/5/2018

Friday Night Shrimp Boil

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NOPSI shrimp boil every Friday! Peel & eat Louisiana jumbo shrimp, potatoes, corn and smoked sausage for $20 per person. As always, the underCURRENT bartenders will have all the refreshing cocktails needed while you eat and listen to live music. 

Tremé Fall Fest

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10/5/2018 - 10/7/2018

Tremé Fall Fest

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On the first weekend of October, the famous Tremé neighborhood hosts the annual Treme Fall Festival. All weekend, visitors enjoy the music and food of this cherished New Orleans neighborhood. Treme Fall Fest is a donation-based event, created to raise money for St. Augustine Catholic Church. The festival is held on the streets bordering the church, located at the corner of Henriette Delille and Gov. Nicholls streets.

Some of the most famous musicians and artists come from New Orleans’ Treme, and many of them perform at the festival or showcase their work. Performers have included Kermit Ruffins, Shannon Powell, Leroy Jones, John Boutte and other renowned names. Artist Terrance Osborne has shown and sold work at the festival, too.

A patron party usually starts the weekend with special music and food on Friday night. Then on Saturday, there is a full day of live music, art and more. Sunday morning starts with a Gospel Mass at the church followed by a Gospel Extravaganza – a day of music with performances from local Gospel choirs. Performances have featured the St. Augustine choir and the Zion Harmonizers.

Both days also include children's activities with painting, building projects and entertainment, as well as free health screenings and tours of St. Augustine Church.

Tremé

As the United State’s oldest African-American neighborhood, Tremé is a site of significant economic, cultural, political, social, and legal events that have shaped the course of events in Black America for the past two centuries.

The residents of this beloved neighborhood actively honor its history and culture, and visitors come from all over to experience it. Treme is home to celebrations like second-line parades and jazz funerals, museums dedicated to African-American life, art, and history, as well as Armstrong Park, a memorial to the great jazz legend Louis Armstrong.

St. Augustine Catholic Church

One of the most significant landmarks in the Treme neighborhood is St. Augustine Catholic Church. Since its dedication in 1842, St. Augustine has been a church of the free black citizens of New Orleans. It continues today as a vital component to the local community, as well as a landmark.

The Historic Faubourg Treme Association (HFTA) hosts the Treme Fall Festival to help with St. Augustine Catholic Church’s fund raising efforts to make needed repairs and improvements to this important historical site. Donations will be accepted prior to and during the celebration.

Beignet Fest

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10/6/2018 - 10/6/2018

Beignet Fest

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With a celebration for almost every food and beverage imaginable, it’s no surprise that the city honors this deliciously iconic French treat with a festival. This event is FREE and open to the public.

The Event
The festival will be held on October 6, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 6 p,m. at New Orleans City Park Festival Grounds. Proceeds from Beignet Festival will benefit Tres Doux Foundation, whose mission is to celebrate and enhance the lives of children with developmental delays and disabilities.

Food and Drink
Sample every type of beignet – from sweet to savory and classic to innovative. Entrance to the festival is free, and food and drink tickets will be sold on-site for $1 each.

The Beignet Festival’s food and drink vendors will include:

New Orleans Coffee & Beignet Company
The Ruby Slipper Cafe
The Howlin' Wolf Den
Legacy Kitchen Collection
Loretta's Authentic Pralines
Luca Eats
Cafe Beignet
Old School Eats
Girls Gone Vegan
Cafe Maspero
Royal House
Jamabalaya Girl
Old-School Eats
Zippy Fruit
Sno-La Snoballs
Music
Incredible musicians will take the stage throughout the day at Beignet Fest. While the official line-up hasn't been announced Eric Lindell and the Imagination Movers will be headlining the event.

Special Events
Beignet Awards
Awards will be given for the “Best Sweet Beignet,” “Best Savory Beignet,” “Most Original Beignet,” and “Crowd Favorite Beignet.” Be sure to stay tuned and cheer on your favorites!

Getting There and Parking
New Orleans City Park can be easily accessed by streetcar, car, or cab. Parking is available on the park grounds.

For more information on Beignet Festival, head to www.beignetfest.com

Sunday Supper

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10/7/2018 - 10/7/2018

Sunday Supper

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Let us take the stress out of cooking. That’s why we created Sunday Suppers, a family-style dinner at Public Service every Sunday. The menu changes weekly with seasonal dishes. Menus are announced Thursday before Sunday Supper. Call Public Service restaurant for updates 504-962-6527.

Friday Night Shrimp Boil

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10/12/2018 - 10/12/2018

Friday Night Shrimp Boil

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NOPSI shrimp boil every Friday! Peel & eat Louisiana jumbo shrimp, potatoes, corn and smoked sausage for $20 per person. As always, the underCURRENT bartenders will have all the refreshing cocktails needed while you eat and listen to live music. 

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