Sober Fest will be New Orleans’ very first dry music festival – focusing on recovery including alcohol and drug-free lifestyle. It’s taking place on Saturday, November 12 at Mardi Gras World’s River City Plaza. The family-friendly festival will include a kids’ tent, a variety of food trucks and vendors, as well as mocktail options to purchase from local vendors. Best part? Sober Fest is free and open to the public – registration is encouraged.
New Orleans’ own Dumpstaphunk is headlining the music festival. The lineup also includes Camile Baudoin of the Radiators, Cha Wa, and the Trombone Shorty Academy Brass Band
ABOUT THE BRIDGET HOUSE/GRACE HOUSE
Proceeds from Sober Fest amenities will go directly towards Bridge House/Grace House’s mission to provide treatment to men and women at no cost. Bridge House/Grace House treats predominantly homeless, indigent, uninsured, and unemployed men and women. In 2021, 861 individuals were treated through services.
Bridge House / Grace House is a nonprofit organization that provides a community-based residential substance abuse treatment program. Their two housing facilities (Bridge House for males and Grace House for females) welcome all individuals who meet the admissions criteria and choose to participate in its residential program.