2014 Creole Tomato Festival

The 2014 Creole Tomato Festival is presented by the New Orleans French Market District..  This is the 28th annual Creole Festival.  It is one of the Spiciest Festivals in the country!  Cajun good!

2014  Creole Tomato Festival - Information

The Creole Tomato Festival is held every year in June.  The Festival kicks off in the famous French Market District in New Orleans. Covering 3 blocks in the Lower French Quarter

Following are the date, times and location of the 2014 Creole Tomato Festival.

FESTIVAL DATES: June 7 - 8,   2014 
                           

TIME:  10:00 am to 7:00 pm

ADMISSION: Free

LOCATION:    1008 N. Peters Street

                            New Orleans, LA, 70116



For more information go to the French Market District Website.

Creole Tomato Festival Site



The 2014 Creole Tomato Festival is one of the most interesting Tomato Festivals in the country. The location is in the middle of Mardi Gras central in the French Market District.  Talk about a historic location!  The French Market was established in  the year 1791. 

Plus, this one is will compete with just about any Tomato Festival Event when it comes to tasty tomatoes and featured dishes.

The bonus here is the music. Just look at the acts scheduled for this event on their website.

Visit here for the Festival and the bonus of everything going on in the most famous party town in the country. 

Looking to kick off the Summer  with a weekender Vacation? Then this is just the Place to turn on your summer

The Creole Tomato itself is a bit of a mystery.  This article will give an in depth look into this Louisiana style tomato.

Creole Tomato Myths vs. Facts article



Going!

Because of the New Orleans location the 2014 Creole tomato Festival is very accessible.  

Flying in?  A rental car isn't necessary, but will open up the scope of your adventure. The drive from the airport is approx. 22 min.   To compare the current cheapest flights to the New Orleans airport.


Staying

No need to check outlying areas.  Stay right in New Orleans.  There are quality Hotels, guest houses and B&B's everywhere.  It's not Mardi Gras but premium accommodations may sell out quick for this Festival.  Be sure to check the hotel map to assure best proximity to the Festival.   Here's the best way to search for the highest rated hotels.


Things to Do!

Seriously?  It's New Orleans!  Next to Vegas this is "THE" place for things to do.

The French Quarter with it's Music, Dinning and Bars could take up every second of a weekender trip.  Add on the Mississippi waterfront, Casinos and more and you've got the makings of an Epic long weekend adventure.   .