13th edition of the Po’Boy Festival in New Orleans


The Po’Boy Festival returns to Oak Street, in the Carrollton district on November 3 for the 13th time in New Orleans to celebrate the city’s famous typical sandwich.

With more than 30 different stands and 60 types of Po’Boys, there is a sandwich for every taste.

But that’s not all : in addition to being a culinary festival, the Po’Boy Festival will also offer concerts on 4 stages throughout the day.

Admission is free for everyone, and if you want to taste a Po’Boy, just buy a Son of a Saint bracelet for $5 (a non-profit association that supports the education of young orphaned boys in New Orleans)

 





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