For the convenience of Saints fans who want to cheer on America’s favorite team, the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center will offer public parking in Lots A, F and G.
Lot A is located on South Peters between Lake-bound and River-bound Calliope Streets. Lots F and G are located on Convention Center Blvd. directly across from Halls I and J.
Parking fee is $10.00 per car and parking lots will be open at 5:00 p.m. It is recommended that all …Continue Reading
The New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (MCCNO) is committed to providing superior service to all patrons and works closely with event organizers to provide reasonable measures to accommodate guests with disabilities.
The Convention Center provides service ramps to entrances and elevated areas, automatic doors, an array of passenger elevators, restroom facilities for the disabled, as well as braille instructions and directional signage at strategic locations throughout the building.
– Mobility scooter rental is available at MCCNO at our …Continue Reading
Christmas in New Orleans has always been a magical time and now a dazzling, family-friendly event offers another opportunity to get into the holiday spirit with spectacular lighting and activities at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
NOLA ChristmasFest kicked off on December 12 as a new indoor component of Christmas in the District providing 13 days of holiday fun for all ages. It’s a “pay one price” opportunity for children to …Continue Reading
New Orleans Christmas in the District
Holiday entertainment will take place within the setting of “New Orleans Christmas in the District,” a brand new holiday-themed large-scale lights display celebrating the culture and history of New Orleans. This one-of-a-kind holiday environment will display over 70 trees and digitally animated lighting effects synchronized to music. Drivers can tune in to 93.9 FM on their car radio to enjoy Christmas music synchronized to the movements of the animated light display.
Light display will run …Continue Reading
NFL Experience Official Website: http://www.nfl.com/superbowl/47/events/nfl-experience
Location: New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Halls B-F
Dates and Times:
Wednesday 1/30: 10am-2pm Kids Day; 3pm-10pm Open to General Public
Thursday 1/31: 10am-10pm Open to General Public
Friday 2/1: 10am-10pm Open to General Public
Saturday 2/2: 10am-10pm Open to General Public
Sunday 2/3: 10am-4pm Open to General Public
Ticketmaster main line: (800) 745-3000
Ticketmaster Automated line: (866) 448-7849
On-site Ticketmaster Kiosks – Self-service ticket sale transactions and Will …Continue Reading
Starbucks – The world-renowned coffee company is located in the Atrium between Lobbies B and C. The company demonstrated their commitment to New Orleans when they brought 10,000 of their partners to the Convention Center for their 2008 Leadership Conference.
Parking at the Convention Center
Ample parking is available at the Convention Center for a daily fee.
General Driving Directions:
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The New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center’s new 26-acre festival venue, dubbed “Festival Park at the Convention Center,” has all the elements that are important to stage successful festivals: high visibility and easy access, ample and adjacent parking, hotels with a variety of price points, water and power.
Festival Park is located on Henderson Street at the end of Convention Center Blvd, adjacent to Hall J and immediately in front of the newly re-located Mardi Gras World.
For more information, call …Continue Reading
The New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center recently celebrated the Grand Opening of its new, full-service The UPS Store location, becoming the first convention center in the country to own a franchise to operate a business center.
The UPS Store will provide show management, attendees and exhibitors a full range of services under a nationally recognized brand that will be seamlessly integrated with the other services offered by the Convention Center.
Bob Johnson, president/general manager of the New Orleans Ernest N. …Continue Reading