TAKING IT TO THE STREETS
2019 Tremé Fall Festival
The Tremé Fall Festival is produced by the Historic Faubourg Tremé Association to benefit the many cultural destinations found within historic Tremé. Last year’s festival benefitted St. Augustine Church and the Tomb of the Unknown Slave. Proceeds from the festival are currently being used to paint the church exterior and perform much-needed building repairs.
The festival is located at the intersection of Henriette Delille and Governor Nicholls Street, in the St. Augustine Church yard.
Street Festival Music Lineup
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Dates and Lineup Coming Soon!
Who We Benefit
Before – St. Augustine Catholic Church
After – St. Augustine Catholic Church
Tremé Fall Festival is produced by the Historic Faubourg Tremé Association (HFTA) to support the architecture, culture, and history of Tremé as well as fight blight, crime, and grime. HFTA is a not-for-profit 501c3 organization.
HFTA has provided over $50,000 to help restore the nation’s oldest African-American church, St. Augustine Catholic Church, now celebrating its 176th anniversary this October. HFTA has also been able to promote projects that benefit the Tremé and its vibrant culture through festival proceeds and sponsorships.
Please join us in celebrating and preserving the Tremé!
2019 Dates & Location Coming Soon
George & Joyce Wein Center
1225 N. Rampart
The Tremé Fall Festival is produced by the Historic Faubourg Tremé Association to support the architecture, culture, and history of Tremé as well as fight blight, crime and grime.
HFTA is a 501c3 organization and all proceeds will be used to fund projects that benefit the Tremé.
Info / FAQs
Check out this year’s art/crafts vendors and food menus!
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
We have many volunteer opportunities on all 3 days of the fest. Click below to get involved!
SPONSOR THE FESTIVAL
We have many sponsorship levels. Click here to review levels. After you choose your level, please click on the donate button below.
Free Parking is available at Armstrong Park via the St. Phillip Street entrance, as well as on the lot behind Aloysius apartments located at the intersection of Esplanade Avenue and Henriette Delille Street. On street parking can also be found on Rampart Street and many other sites throughout the neighborhood. Or better yet, ride the new Rampart-St. Claude Streetcar Line to the Fest!
Treme has numerous cultural destinations including the New Orleans African-American Museum (NOAMM), Backstreet Cultural Museum, Congo Square, and the oldest African-American Catholic church in the United States, historic St. Augustine Church. The Treme Fall Fest will be in front of St. Augustine Church on the 1100 block of Henriette Delille Street. See map below:
KEEP TREME GREEN & CLEAN
Thanks to our partners you will see many areas to recycle paper, plastic, and cans as well discard other trash. Please help us keep Treme clean.
Feel free to bring chairs, blankets, and picnic items although these items will also be sold at the festival for your convenience.
Please no outside vendors, including sales of food, beverages or other paraphernalia.