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Sharing Histories

Preserving Cultures
Celebrating Life

LOUISIANA ABORIGINAL ENTERTAINMENT

INDIANS + MUSIC

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LOUISIANA ABORIGINAL HISTORICAL TOURS

LOCALS TOUR:

ONE-DAY

This one-day bus tour is designed for the New Orleans community. We start in New Orleans then travel to the historic mounds at Poverty Point, learning about the various tribes in our region. Tour starts at 7:30 am and concludes around 7:00 pm. This customized tour is intended to educate, entertain, and enlighten our community members about the vast history of our land while instilling a strong since of pride and respect for our many local cultures. Pack your own lunch and join us on an exciting mission to unfold hidden gems of your hometown and state!

LOUISIANA ABORIGINAL HISTORICAL TOURS

TRIBES & POVERTY POINT:

TWO-DAY

This two-day bus tour begins Day 1 with the history of the aboriginal tribes in and around current-day New Orleans. Tour travel times: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, returning back to your hotel or starting point. Day 2 includes a historical tour to the Indian Mounds at Poverty Point, a UNESCO World Heritage Site dating back over 3,400 years. Our tour includes a guest appearance from a Big Chief Injun (Indian), a catered box lunch on both days, and has an option to upgrade to the ELITE TOUR with a special dinner package with Big Chief for photographs and signing. 

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Scheduled for Spring 2023

Musical Performances, Cultural Sessions, Dance & Drums, Art Show, Artisan Booths, Local Food, Specialty Beverages and more!

More information coming soon

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A History of Cultures

Louisiana Culture & Curatives is an organization that celebrates culture and history, seeks to educate and counsel, and promotes inclusion and community. Since 2018, the company has hosted an annual celebration of the Black Masking Injun (Indian) Tribes of New Orleans, affectionately known as the Mardi Gras Indians. This festival has grown into a multi-cultural showcase including second line bands, baby dolls dancers, drummers, and International Carnival performers from around the world. Read more about our rich history here

Our WHY: We embrace the untapped history that embodies the Injun Culture (Indian or Aboriginal Culture) and the other native cultures in Louisiana. By coming together and creating cultural events, productions, and a marketplace for goods, we can bring efficacy through revenue streams into our community and state. We shine a bright light on this culture  to garner even more respect and consideration for its value. We can provide opportunity and community support through our revenue sources and through The Feather Fund NOLA.