French Quarter Festival is a beatific place for several local music and Quarter lovers. Savvy music holidaymakers delightfully mingle during FQF as they thoroughly believe that nothing can be as superlative to put an end your thirst of enjoying the genuine sounds, souls and heartbeat of New Orleans. They also think that it is any time the best in comparison to the jam-packed Jazz and Heritage Festival which is also scheduled in the end of April.
Like always, in year 2012, there will be a stage for French Quarter Festival in Jackson Square, French Market, Woldenberg Park, Louisiana State Museum's Old U.S. Mint, Preservation Hall, and many on Royal and riverfront along with Bourbon Streets. The kick-off start to the whole event will be given by FQF Parade that is scheduled to begin at the 100 block of Bourbon Street at 10 am with horse-drawn carriage, antique firetrucks and marching bands and covers up Iberville to St. Ann, then moves left on St. Ann to Jackson Square, where it finishes at about 11 am.
Further, don't worry at all about the food as exotic delicacies will be offered to you in abundance at over 70 food and beverages booths. Just enjoy 275 hours of sheer merriment that includes over 150 sensual performances and therefore inspires you to do whatever you want to in these four days as who knows that what is waiting for you in the future.
However, do not forget to give the credit to the nonprofit organization, the French Quarter Festivals Inc. which is responsible behind this whole breathtaking arrangement. They guarantee to appear with new every time and don't even mind to take feedback and thus build up long-lasting relationship with the audience by improving on the quality of your experience.