Everything You Need to Know About Attending the New Orleans JazzFest

The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that celebrates the city's music, art, culture, and heritage. With the return of the festival after two years, it's time to start planning your trip and get ready for an unforgettable experience. Here is everything you need to know about attending the JazzFest.When it comes to what you can bring to the festival, a single folding chair is allowed. A great option is a gray folding armchair with cup holder and carrying case.

However, electric chairs and electric footrests are not allowed. If you have a chair with a low position, make sure to leave it in that position during curtain cover repairs. Additionally, any lower chair that has not exceeded the height limit should be placed away from the stage in a designated shaded area or beyond the stage.It's important to remember to bring your own money to avoid ATM and vendor fees for card transactions. Folding chairs, blankets, and floor tarpaulins are ideal for sitting and enjoying concerts throughout the fairgrounds.

Other than factory-sealed water bottles, no outside food or drinks are allowed upon entry.At the JazzFest, you'll find unique crafts from artisans who set up stands at the festival. However, there are certain items that are not allowed on the festival site. These include weapons of any kind, illegal drugs or substances, glass containers, coolers, tents, umbrellas, pets (except service animals), professional cameras or recording devices.Tickets for the JazzFest are available for purchase on the JazzFest site a few months before the event or at the gates of any day of the festival. Additionally, JazzFest Express tickets are available for sale on the days of the Festival from these locations or in advance.

Only JazzFest Express vehicles will use a special ticket to avoid traffic and bring Festival attendees to the Festival's gates.As excited as everyone is to return to the fairgrounds, it's a good idea to prepare ahead of time for things like trips, big crowds, and what you should bring. Make sure to check out all of the amazing food vendors at the festival and don't forget to bring your dancing shoes!.