Travel To Go Eager for Travelers to Enjoy the 2014 Oak Street Po-Boy Festival in New Orleans

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Travel To Go knows that one of New Orleans biggest winter festivals, is the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival on November 23.

Travel To Go knows that travelers always want to experience fantastic events when they visit new places to enjoy the most unique experiences available in their chosen destination. When visiting New Orleans, the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival is a one-of-a-kind celebration that encapsulates the rich, ethnic culture of New Orleans. Travel To Go knows that travelers heading to the region will greatly enjoy the festive event, as it is not only jammed with plenty of opportunities to grab a bite to eat, but also features many local vendors and musicians ready to entertain people all day long.

Travel To Go points out that the Po-Boy Festival had humble beginnings but has now grown into a sprawling event that encompasses blocks and blocks up and down Oak Street. Over fifty-thousand individuals attended the event last year, and even more are expected this year as the festival continues to grow and gain popularity on both a national and international level.

Travelers heading to the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival are more than likely heading to the festival for one reason: to get their hands on some of the region's best food. Travel To Go is excited to say that this year there are nearly three-dozen food vendors present at the festival. These culinary artisans offer festival attendees some unforgettable treats like fried shrimp and oysters, fried okra, and of course: po-boys. This event is the perfect chance to get a true taste for local cuisine and culture in one of the most unique ways possible.

Great food isn't the only major draw of the festival, though. Travel To Go knows that the festival offers plenty of live music and shopping experiences for guests to enjoy. Several stages are scattered throughout the festival populated by musicians like Terence Higgins & Swampgrease, Los Poboycitos, and Johnny Sketch & The Dirty Notes. Of course, all of the local vendors who own stores along Oak Street will be opening their doors to take part in the celebration. From vintage bookstores to coffee shops and the world-famous Maple Leaf Bar, there will be more than plenty for travelers to check out at the festival.

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