Weekend Top 5

In LifeSongs Events by Libby

Every weekend, LifeSongs gives you a variety of outing ideas for the whole family!
Check out what events are going this weekend in our area:

Summer Cinema | Friday, 6/22

Prytania Kids Series: Princess Bride

What: A classic fairy tale as read by a kindly grandfather with swordplay, giants, an evil prince, a beautiful princess, a pirate and more! Tickets include admission, popcorn and a drink.

Where: Prytania Theater, 5339 Prytania St. in New Orleans

When: 10:00 AM (Friday & Saturday)

Click here for more info.

Dinner & a ZOOvie: Beauty & The Beast (singalong version)

What: A great way to spend a summer evening under the stars! Bring your chairs and blankets, bring your own dinner or dine at the Zoo. Food trucks will be on-site as well as some regular Zoo concessions will be open. Be our guest and get ready to sing along!

Where: Audubon Zoo, Magazine St. in New Orleans

When: 6:00 PM

Click here for more info.

Movie Night at Mandeville Trailhead: Trolls

What: A free night out (literally) with a fun movie for the family! This month’s feature is Trolls, filled with music, heart and hair-raising adventures. Be sure to arrive early to claim your spot! Concessions will be available for purchase.

Where: Mandeville Trailhead, 675 Lafitte St. in Mandeville

When: 8:00 PM

Click here for more info.


Louisiana Catfish Festival | Friday, 6/22 – Sunday, 6/24

What: The annual festival features live music, carnival rides, games, a raffle, a marketplace and vendors offering delicious food, including catfish (in platters, boats and boulettes and on po-boys) in the catfish capital of the universe! Admission is FREE!

Where: St. Gertrude Catholic Church, 17324 La. 631 in Des Allemands

When: 5:00 – 11:00 PM (Fri), 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM (Sat), 10:30 AM – 8:00 PM (Sun)

Call 985-758-7542 or click here for more.


REJOICE Juneteenth Community Festival | Saturday, 6/23

What: You’re invited to join in this historical, multi-cultural, national celebration of freedom and unity to bring together people of every ethnic group. The theme is Celebrating Freedom: Mind, Body, Spirit. Activities include a history/legacy booth, free health and wellness screenings, a children’s tent with face painting, games and prizes, on-going entertainment from musicians, singers, dancers, spoken word artists, authors and more, arts & crafts, food and more!

Where: New Birth Cathedral of Glory Campus, 2150 Rev. Richard Wilson Drive in Kenner

When: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Call 504-667-2731 or click here for more info.


24th Annual Arts Evening | Saturday, 6/23

What: This annual event is one of the largest and most celebrated cultural festivals on the Northshore, an entertaining evening filled with art, food, live music, dancing, fine dining, antique & boutique shopping and more!

Where: Throughout Olde Town Slidell

When: 4:00 – 9:00 PM

Call 985-646-4375 or click here for more details.


Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival | Saturday, 6/23 – Sunday, 6/24

What: The 12th annual festival dedicated to the dancehall music of southwest Louisiana, with two days of music, food, an arts market, kids activities and more. Admission is FREE!

Where: Armstrong Park, 701 N. Rampart St. in New Orleans

When: 11:30 AM – 6:30 PM

Call 504-558-6100 or click here for more info.


BONUS EVENT:

Newsboys United | Sunday, 6/24

What: The Newsboys, past and present, join forces for an amazing night of worship! Featuring the current Newsboys lineup (with Michael Tait), plus Peter Furled, Phil Joel (Zealand Worship), and more!

Where: Forrest County Multi-Purpose Facility, 962 Sullivan Dr. in Hattiesburg, MS

When: 6:00 PM

Click here for more!


AND DON’T FORGET TO VISIT OUR COMMUNITY CALENDAR FOR MORE EVENTS THIS WEEKEND!

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