Gretna Heritage Festival
September 27-29, 2019
Jefferson Parish invites you to bring the whole family and enjoy the Gretna Heritage Festival, a 3-day music festival with performances by national artists and Louisiana favorites!
The food dished out from the local vendors will be exceptional with just about every culture represented. A large selection of arts & crafts will be available along with rides, entertainment, and activities for the kids. Get a taste of culture by visiting the Italian Village, the German Beer Garden and brand new this year, the Latino Village, featuring Latin music, food, fun and more! Voted Top 20 Events in the Southeast by Southeast Tourism Society, Gretna Heritage Festival is located in the heart of Gretna - a historic district that encompasses 25 city blocks!
- Single Day Ticket $30.00; $35.00 - purchase at gate day of show
- 3-Day Weekend Pass $77.50; $90 - purchase at gate day of show
- Premium Pit: $90.00 - Unlimited come and go access to front of main stage for up-close viewing of headliners & specially reserved concession area
- Friends of the Festival VIP Package: $450.00
* Ticketmaster fees will be applied.
Children 12 & under are FREE!
Want to book a hotel in Jefferson Parish? Jefferson offers value priced to deluxe accommodations. Our hotels are comfortable and affordable, convenient to Gretna Fest, restaurants, shopping, attractions, the French Quarter and downtown New Orleans!
Share in the fun at #GretnaFest!
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