Festival Schedule

Tue Mar 7th- Youth Rally

Join NOLAGYF in our Youth Rally where the youth of New Orleans come together along with Culture Shock Int'l., the Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal, Ubuntu Village, SEIU Local 21, The Peackeepers, The Young Professionals, Vote: From Chains to Change and many more to rally for change on various issues, including education, gun violence, poverty and other social justice matters.

Armstrong Park
701 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA
12pm-3pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

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Wed Mar 8th- Dining Etiquette

Youth will learn the ins and outs of dining etiquette..

Poseidon Restaurant
2100 St Charles Ave.
New Orleans, LA
6pm-8pm
Sushi, Hibachi, Karaoke and more. More locations TBA.

Instructor: Carolyn Shelton

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Thur Mar 9th- Youth Allurement Fashion Show

On Thursday, March 9th, Culture Shock Int'l., NORDC Teens, odAOMO, Glam U and YAYA present the Youth Allurement Fashion Show at the Treme Rec Center. Join us from 5pm-9pm as we showcase and celebrate youth excellence with fashion sense.

More details to come!

Treme Center
900 N Villere St, New Orleans, LA
5pm-9pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

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Fri Mar 10th- Talent & Dance Showcase

Get ready for pom poms, spoken word, colorful costumes, dance moves and a special performance by Appetite For Change that will have you on your feet. Where y'at?

Carver Theatre
2101 Orleans Ave, New Orleans, LA
5pm-9pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Sat Mar 11th-NOLAGYF

The NOLAGYF pops off at Armstrong Park. This fun filled event will feature youth acts like DeCory, Appetite for Change, The Tainerz, Neshia Ruffins, Crocker College Prep and more. Highlights also include the College & Career Seminar providing much needed information for all of our youth transitioning from high school. Get your grub on with delicious food, be amazed with unique arts and crafts and soak in the positive enegry of the community

Armstrong Park
701 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA
10am-7pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Sun Mar 12th- Youth Super Sunday Parade

At noon, the NOLAGYF presents the Youth Super Sunday Parade. The parade will feature various Indian groups like the Red Flame Hunters, Da Young Rollers, Treme Sidewalk Kids, The Treme Kids and many more which will start at the Bayou and end at Armstrong Park.

The Bayou
701 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA
12pm-2pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Sun Mar 12th- NOLAGYF

After the Youth Super Sunday Parade, join us for the last day of the NOLAGYF festival.

Armstrong Park
701 N Rampart St, New Orleans, LA
2pm-6pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!