Gretna Heritage Festival
Bring the whole family out and enjoy a 3-day music festival with performances by national artists and Louisiana favorites. Please continue to check www.gretnafest.com as more headliners will be announced.
September 29, 2017-October 1, 2017
Gretna Historic District
Huey P. Long Avenue, Gretna, LA 70053
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, & activities for the kids. Get a taste of culture by visiting the Italian Village & the German Beer Garden. 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!
Free shuttle with free parking is available each year at the Oakwood Center and a free pedestrian ferry ride from the Canal Street Ferry Dock to the Gretna Ferry Landing is also available!
Tickets Purchased In Advance:
- Single Day Ticket $20.00
- 3-Day Weekend Pass $47.50
- $90.00 - Unlimited come and go access to front of main stage for up-close viewing of headliners & Special reserved concession area
- $350.00 Unlimited and VIP access with seating at main stage, 4 free drinks per day and free unlimited food, water and soft drinks throughout the weekend
- GA Premium Pit Ticket - LIMITED AMOUNT PER DAY
- "Friends of the Festival" Weekend Pass
- Tickets Purchased Day of Show: $25.00 - purchase at gate
All advance tickets on sale at www.ticketmaster.com or charge by phone (800) 745-3000.
Children 12 and under are admitted free.
Admission: $20.00 Daily / $47.50 Weekend Pass / Kids 12 and younger are FREE!
Gretna Office of Tourism
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