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Big Chief Monk Boudreaux performing at the Jazz and Heritage stage on Sunday, March 29. Photo credit: Angelo Imbraguglio

Big Chief Monk Boudreaux performing at the Jazz and Heritage stage on Sunday, March 29. Photo credit: Angelo Imbraguglio

Angelo Imbraguglio

Angelo Imbraguglio

Big Chief Monk Boudreaux performing at the Jazz and Heritage stage on Sunday, March 29. Photo credit: Angelo Imbraguglio

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Angelo Imbraguglio shoots one of the Crescent City’s biggest festivals. It is a celebration of New Orleans culture, music and food. The festival starts on April 27 and goes throughout two weekends until May 6.

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Big Chief Monk Boudreaux performing at the Jazz and Heritage stage on Sunday, March 29. Photo credit: Angelo Imbraguglio

 

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