TONIGHT: You’re invited to the Very Local Launch Party!

Very Local NOLA is the city's newest entertainment and lifestyle site, but we're more than that. We are here to reflect your city, our amazing city, back to you. New Orleans, we are going to show up and show out and shine a spotlight on real New Orleanians, the people who make our city the best in the world.

by Kiri Walton
July 16, 2018

Very Local New Orleans has officially launched, y’all! And we want you to come celebrate with us, Very Local style!

Very Local NOLA is the city’s newest entertainment and lifestyle site, but we’re more than that. We are here to reflect your city, our amazing city, back to you. New Orleans, we are going to show up and show out and shine a spotlight on real New Orleanians, the people who make our city the best in the world.

Tonight, we want you all to come out and party with us. The Very Local New Orleans Launch Party is now an official Tales of the Cocktail event, and we are highlighting “Very Local Booze, Bartenders and Bounce!”

We will have free special party cocktails featuring spirits of local distillery, Atelier Vie, being poured and mixed for you by some of the city’s best local bartenders, all while you bounce and twerk to local bounce artists, Denisia and Big Freedia the Queen Diva! YOU ALREADY KNOW! Invite your friends, your neighbors, your woadies.

This event is $15, and we strongly encourage you to purchase your tickets online here because you may not be able to purchase them at the door.

Details:
Very Local New Orleans “Local Booze, Bartenders & Bounce” Launch Party

Thursday, July 19, 8 p.m. to midnight

House of Blues- The Parish Room

$15 ticket includes: free special cocktails with Atelier Vie spirits and performances from Denisia and Big Freedia

 

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