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Fourth of July in Felicianas, Natchez & Pointe Coupee

July 2

The small towns that line the stretch of the river between New Roads and Natchez—the upper-lower Mississippi, one might say—are noted for small-town charm and Southern hospitality, but don’t let the graces and good manners fool you. These people can party almost as hard as those flat-land Cajuns—particularly when the theme is patriotic.

4th of July Bash at The Francis

July 2: The Francis Southern Table & Bar and Gerry Lane are teaming up to bring an Independence Day party with the music of Chase Tyler to St. Francisville. 7 pm.

City of New Roads Independence Day Celebration

July 3: The grand boat parade starts at noon, with fireworks shooting off at 6 pm plus music, face-painting, hot air balloons, and more. Find the Pointe Coupée Chamber of Commerce on Facebook for more information.

Natchez July 4th on the River

July 2–3: Independence Day fireworks and celebrations abound—all from the the lofty heights of the Natchez Bluff. Enjoy two days of live music by beloved acts like Robert Earl Keen, Paul Thorn, Grayson Capps, Brit Taylor, the B3, Alabama, Drew Parker, and the Will Wesley Band. 2 pm each afternoon. $40–$80. ardenland.net/natchez4thofjuly.

Natchez Fourth of July Fireworks

July 4: Miss Lou Fireworks presents its annual display of patriotic fireworks above the Mississippi River. See them from both sides of the river, starting at 9 pm. visitnatchez.org.

St. Francisville’s Fireworks at the River

July 4: St. Francisville continues their tradition of 4th of July fireworks over the Mississippi River at sundown. stfrancisville.net.



July 2