An annual, two-day family event ranging all over First, Second and Erlanger Streets in Olde Towne Slidell. Held from 10am to 5pm both days, the festival features over 200 booths of antiques, collectibles, arts and crafts, and antique shops, plus great food and live music on three stages.
Shops and galleries in the district carry antique and distressed furniture, stained glass, art, pottery, jewelry, crystal, hand painted porcelain, collectibles, home decor, vintage clothing, and Saints & LSU merchandise. The Olde Towne area is also home to the Slidell Museum, which displays artifacts and historical accounts about the Civil War, and is open during the festivals.
The music lineup will be announced in March.
Olde Towne is accessible from Highways 190 and 11, and I-10. Parking is free throughout the district.
From I-10: Olde Towne is accessible from I-10 at Exit 265/Fremaux Ave. Follow Fremaux Avenue toward Front Street, and turn left into the district.
From Hwy 190/Gause Blvd: turn on Hwy 11/Front Street. Turn left to the antique district.
From I-12: take Exit 83 and turn right onto Hwy 11. Continue on Hwy 11 as it becomes Front St. Turn left at Fremaux Ave. into the district.