Rick Delaup presents The Sixth Annual New Orleans Burlesque Festival!


IT’S BURLESQUE (The Parish at House of Blues) 9pm
The Opening Night of the 6th Annual New Orleans Burlesque Festival features beautiful and talented burlesque dancers from far and wide celebrating the art of the tease. Tickets $22 (general)/$27 (reserved seating)

OPENING NIGHT AFTER-PARTY (Tiki Tolteca above Felipe’s  11pm – 1am
Join us after the show in this oasis of potent cocktails, Mayan flavors, and tropical tunes! No cover! 301 N. Peters in the French Quarter!


BURLESQUE WORKSHOPS (Sheraton Hotel) 1-2:30pm & 2:45-3:45 Click Here for More Info!

MONDO BURLESQUE (Harrah’s New Orleans)    8pm
A variety of burlesque entertainers perform acts that have driven audiences wild at clubs and theaters around the word. Sexy, funny, naughty, and très amusant! Tickets $33/$38

BAD GIRLS OF BURLESQUE (House of Blues – 225 Decatur St.) 11pm
Luscious and lascivious ladies of burlesque entertain you in this rowdy, standing-room-only show. It’s a celebration of the wicked, the wayward, and the wanton. Tickets $22


BURLESQUE WORKSHOPS (Sheraton Hotel) 1-2:30pm, 2:45-3:45pm, & 4-5pm Click Here for Info

THE QUEEN OF BURLESQUE (Harrah’s New Orleans) 7:30pm
The Main Event brings the best classic striptease dancers together to compete for the title of “Queen of Burlesque.” Expect high over-the-sky glamour! Each solo performance is set to live traditional jazz music. A panel of celebrity judges selects the winner. This is truly a “Night of Stars” presenting the Aurora Borealis of striptease! This event sells out every year! Get tickets early! Tickets $48/$53

QUEEN’S BALL (House of Blues – 225 Decatur St.) 11pm
The closing night celebration follows the crowning of the 2014 “Queen of Burlesque” at Harrah’s. The new Queen holds court as burlesque dancers from far and wide bump ‘n’ grind on stage. Tickets $22.


BURLESQUE WORKSHOPS (Sheraton Hotel) 1-2pm, 2:15-3:15pm, 3:30-4:30pm Click Here For Info!

CLOSING NIGHT PARTY (Saints & Sinners) 8pm – 10:00pm
Located at 627 Bourbon Street, Channing Tatum’s arousing new restaurant/bar is THE place to have a sinfully good time. Styled after the famous red-light district bordellos and burlesque halls of New Orleans’ Storyville era, Saints & Sinners is Tatum’s tribute to the city’s ribald, good-time reputation.