Halloween in New Orleans

Fall is without a doubt one of my favorite times of the year. The cooler weather, the turning of the leaves, National Coming Out Day, and of course Halloween! This event has been on my radar for years. I’ve not had the opportunity to go yet but I will, one day, I have promised myself that. Can you imagine!?

Halloween Weekend attracts gay and lesbian revelers from around the nation and around the world for a week of events in October of 2019. Only Southern Decadence and the Gay Mardi Gras attract more gay and lesbian visitors to the city of New Orleans. The Halloween “circuit party” all began as a simple gathering of friends in 1984. Now it has evolved into one of the most celebrated gay circuit party weekends of the year. It is so festive that the partying lasts from midday on Thursday until the wee hours of Monday morning. Then comes Halloween Night on Thursday, October 31, as the City of New Orleans celebrates Halloween Week in the fun-filled and hauntingly mysterious French Quarter. New Orleans’ largest gay nightclub complex, The Bourbon Pub video bar and The Parade dance club, has nonstop weekends planned. “The Pub” is the very heart of the New Orleans gay community, and will present some of the very best DJ talent and entertainment. Traditionally, October boasts some of the very best weather that New Orleans has to offer. So forget about heat, humidity and even very cold temperatures. Mother Nature always smiles on Halloween in New Orleans!


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  1. Gay-o-ween! I would totally love to go there too. Uncold weather is a just a very good reason to come. All the partying and “sinful” activities would be ideal once I’m 21+ lol.

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