Where are you this weekend? COOLinary, Theatre, Music and Linen!!

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NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — Watch every Thursday morning as WhereYat.com and Where Y’at Magazine feature the top picks of things to do in beautiful New Orleans.

Some of this weekend’s events include:

  • Make reservations for COOLinary, as more than 50 restaurants across New Orleans will be offering prix-fixe meal specials at unbeatable prices through the end of August. Attendees can enjoy a two-course lunch for $25 or less or a three-course brunch or dinner for $45 or less at restaurants serving Italian, French, Cajun and more Again.
  • Starting tonight, enjoy Tulane’s Summer Lyric Theater production of “Rent”: a classic New York City-themed play about love and life. The event will take place at Dixon Hall on Tulane’s Uptown campus. performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. all weekend and a matinee at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Get your tickets now before they sell out.
  • Louis Armstrong enthusiasts won’t want to miss this weekend’s Satchmo Summerfest at the New Orleans Jazz Museum. Witness a lineup of 20 musical acts including Kermit Ruffins, John Boutte and many more. They will perform on two stages, and there will also be food from the best restaurants. During your stay, be sure to visit the interior of the Jazz Museum to see the many exhibits the museum has to offer.
  • Get out your best white linen, because this Saturday night, Fidelity Bank will host White Linen Night in New Orleans’ Arts District. Patrons will dress in all white and enjoy a nighttime festival with fine arts, live music and refreshments. The event will showcase the work of artists in numerous museums and galleries.

To find more ideas for things to do this weekend, visit WhereYat.com. Be sure to look for our latest issue of Where Y’at Magazines at restaurants, cafes and grocery stores around town.

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