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Susan Cowsill: FQFI Concert Series

  • 615 Pere Antoine Aly., New Orleans, LA 70116 | P: (504) 522-5730
  • 615 Pere Antoine Aly., New Orleans, LA 70116
    P: (504) 522-5730
  • 615 Pere Antoine Aly.
    New Orleans, LA 70116
    P: (504) 522-5730
Fronting on Jackson Square in the heart of the French Quarter, the beautiful and historic St. Louis Cathedral plays host to the annual holiday concerts, produced by French Quarter Festivals, Inc. (FQFI). The concerts generally run for an hour and are free and open to the public.
Please be advised: FQFI will operate under the best guidance provided by the city of New Orleans and the CDC in regards to COVID-19 and will take all available precautions to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 exposure to attendees, musicians, crew, staff, and church personnel. We ask that you please adhere to the following guidelines to celebrate this holiday season safely and merrily. -       Upon entry, all attendees will be required to provide proof of COVID-19 Vaccination OR a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of concert. -       Face masks/coverings will be mandatory, regardless of COVID-19 Vaccination status. -       Medical grade masks will be available for free at entrances. -       Hand sanitizer for public use will be provided at entrances. -       All attendees are asked to stay home if sick, COVID-symptomatic, or have been exposed to a COVID-19 confirmed or suspected case within the last 10 days. -       No food or beverages allowed in the Cathedral. -       No public restrooms in the Cathedral.
Catedral de St. Louis

St. Louis Cathedral, located in the historic French Quarter, is the oldest continuously active Roman Catholic Cathedral in the United States. It was originally built in 1724 and rebuilt twice after a hurricane and a...