16 Things To Do in New Orleans in June

June 3. Jack White in concert, Saenger Theater. Information, SaengerNola.com

June 4. New Orleans Bride bridal showcase, Hyatt Regency New Orleans. Information, BrideNewOrleans.com

June 5. Jazz in the Park featuring Original Pinettes Brass Band and Wild Magnolias, Armstrong Park. Information, pufap.org

June 7. Bruno Mars in concert, Smoothie King Center. Information, SmoothieKingCenter.com

June 8. Julianne Hough and Derek Hough: Move Live on Tour, Saenger Theater. Information, SaengerNola.com

June 7-8. Creole Tomato Festival, French Market. Information, FrenchMarket.org

June 14-15. Louisiana Cajun Zydeco Festival, Armstrong Park. Information, JazzAndHeritage.org

June 19. Paul McCartney in concert, Smoothie King Center. Information, SmoothieKingCenter.com

June 20. Cut Copy and Classixx in concert, Joy Theater. Information, TheJoyTheater.com

June 20. “Behind Closed Doors: Art in the Spanish American Home, 1492-2014” exhibit, New Orleans Museum of Art. Information, noma.org

June 20. Magnolia Ball, Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Information, OgdenMuseum.org

June 25. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Smoothie King Center. Information, Ringling.com

July 3-6. Essence Fest, Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Information, Essence.com

July 4. Go 4th on the River, riverfront. Information, Go4thOnTheRiver.com

Music and Lyrics
Tulane Summer Lyric, which presents three weekends of musicals at the university’s campus, returns this year with three crowd-pleasing picks. The season opens June 19 with Les Miserables, an eternally popular musical and book that saw another surge in relevance with the 2012 film adaptation. The series continues with A Chorus Line (July 10-13) and closes with Cabaret (July 31-Aug. 3), a revival-of-a-revival of which is currently on Broadway. Information, SummerLyric.Tulane.edu


Festing Females
Get your pink boas ready: FestiGals (June 19-22), the event billed as the “perfect women’s weekend” now in its fourth year, is back. This year’s theme is “It’s All About You,” and seminars by frequent Good Morning America guest Tory Johnson and other experts promote personal and professional empowerment. There are also shopping events, a cooking demonstration and the signature Bodacious Bras For a Cause event, where creatively decorated brassieres are auctioned for charity. Information, FestiGals.org
 

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