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Six NOLA Events for November 2021

12:00 November 01, 2021
By: Staff

Need a great spot to watch the LSU vs. Alabama game on November 6? Well head on down to Down the Hatch in the Garden District. Grab some beer and enjoy the delicious Hell's Kitchen Wings or one of the many different sandwiches, po-boys, or burgers. Go Tigers! 1921 Sophie Wright Pl., 504-522-0909,

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Next, check out the Radical Buffoons' PLAY? NO. PLAY! A Seriously Silly Creative Adventure. This family friendly show will feature zany characters with a ton of humor and a lot of heart. Performances are November 6, 7, 13, and 14 at the Zony Mash Beer Project. Get your tickets at 3940 Thalia St.,

Drive over to the Northshore for Mandeville's Ozone Songwriter Fest. Taking place November 5 through 7 at the Mandeville Trailhead, this festival will have hundreds of songwriters from all over the country performing their original songs on four different stages. Proceeds and donations go to the Ozone Music Educations Foundation's Gifting Program. Celebrate the return of live music at the fest! 675 Lafitte St., Mandeville,

Comedian Rickey Smiley will be making his return to New Orleans on November 6 at the Saenger Theater. Particularly known for his radio work and hilarious prank phone calls, Smiley's career spans almost 30 years. He will be bringing to life some of his most famous characters like "Mrs. Bernice Jenkins" and "Lil' Daryl." Get ready for plenty of laughs! 1111 Canal St., 504-525-1052,

Show your support to young people at the Boys Hope Girls Hope Golden Gala on November 14. The gala will be at the New Orleans Botanical Gardens from 2 to 5 p.m. and will celebrate the organization's 41st anniversary. Boys Hope Girls Hope is dedicated to nurturing and guiding young people to becoming well-educated and career-ready. Tickets are available at the organization's website. 5 Victory Ave.,

Finally, do you love body art? Well then, the 3rd Annual New Orleans Tattoo Convention is the place to be! The convention will feature artists from around the world, as well as a Tattoo History Museum Display. That'll be at the Morial Convention Center's Hall B from November 19 to 21. 900 Convention Center Blvd.,

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