The inaugural SneauxBall Fest will take place in New Orleans East July 4 from 9am until 9pm at the 5900 block of Bullard Avenue. The festival will include family-friendly fun for the entire community.
SneauxBall Fest is a collaboration between Hott Rodd Productions and Tonya Boyd-Cannon, a former contestant on The Voice.
Festival goers can expect a wide range of events and activities to take part. For starters, there will be over 10 snoballl vendors providing some of the best New Orleans has to offer. To go along with the snoballs, there will also be plenty of local vendors serving classic New Orleans food with live music performances playing for everyone.
Other festival activities will include interactive activities for the children and merchant vendors selling their unique gifts and products.
The SneauxBall Fest will also host other special events for festival goers like an exclusive car show from Hott Rodd Productions showcasing modern and classic cars. Other special events will include the Essence of Tomorrow, an event hosted by Tonya Boyd-Cannon which will focus on fostering support for young local talent and give them an opportunity to be on center stage, a business networking happy hour for young entrepreneurs and a Greek step competition featuring different Greek groups.
A family concert featuring local musicians and artists from the community will help conclude the first ever SneauxBall Fest where families are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs and relax. The entire SneauxBall Fest is free and open to the public.