In addition to a cool art market and great kids’ table there will be plenty of food, drink and dancing in the street at the Bastille Day Celebration in the 3100 block of Ponce de Leon on Saturday, July 14th from 5 pm until 9 pm. Plan to join the fun! It’s free!
Check out the great music lineup below. Come dance with us!
ZAZOU CITY from 5 pm until 7 pm
UKULELE JAKE from 7 pm until 7:30 pm
CREOLE STRINGBEANS perform from 7:30 until closing
Click on the flag for a PDF of the poster.
Print one for yourself and your friends!
Please join us for the annual Faubourg St. John Merchants Association Block Party on Ponce de Leon Street between Esplanade and North Lopez.
Saturday, July 14, 2012 | 5 PM – 9 PM | Le Marseillaise will be sung by Cynthia Scott
Zazou City | Ukelele Jake | Creole String Beans
Come dance in the street at our annual Bal Populaire! | Local merchants will sell food and beverages on the street. | Art market with local artists | Children’s activities and even Napoleon! | This event is sponsored by the Faubourg St John Merchants:
Cafe Degas | Fair Grinds Coffee Shop | Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association | Maple Street Book Stores | Nonna Mia | Pal’s Lounge | Santa Fe Restaurant | Swirl Wines | Terranova’s Grocery
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