NOLA ChristmasFest transforms 350,000 sq. ft. of convention space into an awe-inspiring indoor “winter wonderland”
NEW ORLEANS – It’s the most magical time of the year, and with nearly 350,000 sq. ft. of holiday entertainment, NOLA ChristmasFest, presented by Coca-Cola promises to dazzle locals and visitors alike with eye-popping attractions and activities for both kids and adults including carnival rides, giant ice slides, ice skating, inflatables, snowball fights, Santa and friends, Gingerbread Village, Christmas Tree display and so much more! Even toddlers can get into the action in our Tiny Tot Zone Bounce Houses, designed especially for little ones.
This year, NOLA ChristmasFest, produced by the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, will offer “Skating With Santa,” a chance for children to ice skate with Santa Claus and his North Pole friends before the doors open to the general public. Donuts, coffee, and hot cocoa will be served. (Separate ticket purchase required.)
Other attractions include a walk-through Gingerbread House, a step-inside snow globe for selfies, snowball fight area, entertainment, and a Yuletide Craft Market. NOLA ChristmasFest’s newest addition this year is the Tinsel Terrace Tavern for adults to enjoy beverages away from the hustle and bustle.
NOLA ChristmasFest will open every day, rain or shine, from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m., December 20-31, including special hours on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Eve.
Buy Online and save time waiting in line at the Box Office! Online tickets are available via Ticketmaster.com starting November 1, 2019. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the Convention Center box office, located in front of Lobby I, starting Friday, December 20.
General Admission Tickets include access to all rides and activities within the festival. Tickets are $20 on weekdays, and $25 on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are good for a single admission on the specific day you choose between the dates of December 20-December 31. Individual ticket purchase is required on those ages 2 and up.
NOLA ChristmasFest by the numbers:
- Nearly 350,000 sq.ft. of holiday fun
- 50,000 attendees
- 7,820 sq. ft. ice rink
- 215 ft. high ice slides
- 3 bounce houses in the Tiny Tot Zone
- 50 ft. Ferris Wheel
- 15 ft. step-inside snow globe
NOLA ChristmasFest is also a great place for birthday parties and corporate events. Special group pricing and party areas are available for a party of 15 people or more. Advanced sales end December 15, 2019. Advanced group pricing is $15 per person. More information: https://nolachristmasfest.com/group-sales-parties/
Parking is available across from NOLA ChristmasFest’s Hall H entrance. Visitors are encouraged to take advantage of very affordable Papa Noel hotel rates to enhance their holiday stays.
For more information, visit https://nolachristmasfest.com.
Enjoy 15’ ice slides and ice-skating at the 7th annual NOLA ChristmasFest December 20-31 at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
NOLA ChristmasFest brings holiday cheer for the entire family with ice-skating, carnival rides and much more December 20-31 at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
NOLA ChristmasFest presented by Coca-Cola opens December 20-31 at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Tickets on sale at www.nolachristmasfest.com.
About the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
With 1.1 million square feet of prime exhibit space, in an entirely contiguous hall, the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center provides the largest single exhibit space in the country. The New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center features an award-winning staff and first-class amenities and is the sixth largest convention center in the nation. A consistent Top 10 host of the largest conventions and tradeshows in the nation annually, the Convention Center is also one of the city’s “Top Workplaces.” A leading contributor to the city’s robust tourism economy, the Convention Center’s event activity has produced $90.1 billion in economic impact since its 1985 opening, including $5.7 billion in new tax revenue for state and local governments.