The New Orleans Spring Fiesta Association has been a leader in preserving cultural heritage since 1937. The non-profit organization is passionate to promote and preserve the importance of New Orleans history and architecture.
A leader in cultural tourism since 1937, the New Orleans Spring Fiesta Association is a non-profit organization with a simple mission:
To preserve and share the cultural heritage of New Orleans, to promote the preservation of the region's history and historic architecture, and to educate others regarding the importance of that history.
Since our humble beginnings so many years ago, The New Orleans Spring Fiesta Association has continued to be committed to promoting the beauty and heritage of the Crescent City. The Spring Fiesta Festival, our largest annual event, has grown into a major cultural event focusing on the historical and architectural delights of the city.
The Association is proud to announce that Spring Fiesta 2024 is scheduled for Saturday, March 23 and Saturday, April 6, 2024.
The New Orleans Spring Fiesta Association maintains headquarters in a beautiful 19th century townhouse located at 826 St. Ann Street in the historic Vieux Carre. This townhouse, built prior to 1844 as a Creole Cottage, was remodeled in 1851 when the second floor was added along with the present Greek Revival adornments. This beautiful house boasts of a lovely courtyard fountain, garconniere, large double-parlors, and an elegant dining room. A wonderful spiral staircase leads upstairs to a library and three bedrooms.
Stay up-to-date on all Spring Fiesta board meetings, committee meetings, volunteer opportunities, Court gatherings, and event schedulings.
Get your tickets for The Spring Fiesta Culinary Experiences, special events, historic home tours, holiday socials, and more! Tickets available online.
Become an official member of the Spring Fiesta Association today and discover all the unique opportunities of being part of this historic organization.