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Adams St. Cultural Development and Event Center in New Orleans, Louisiana

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Adams St. Cultural Development and Event Center


7625 Hickory St.
1801 Adams St.

New Orleans,

(504) 236-7007
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About Us

Adams St. Cultural Development and Event Center is an event hall, reception center, venue, and nonprofit youth workforce program.
As a nonprofit center, we value giving back to our community and helping groups enjoy celebrations and various events by providing a venue to make wonderful memories to last for years to come. We host weddings, repasts/memorial celebrations, church functions, parties, baby/wedding showers, and so much more.

Because of our amazing location in New Orleans, visitors can enjoy many other nearby attractions as well, and even stay in our beautiful Air B&B apartments! These fully-furnished extended stay apartments are beautifully modern and equipped with everything a guest would need. Closely located to many restaurants, attractions, and our banquet center, our apartments are perfect for any traveler or Tulane University student. We offer discounted prices for students, traveling medical personnel, and our event facility customers.

Hours of Operation:

Monday :8:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Tuesday :8:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Wednesday :8:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Thursday :8:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Friday :8:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Saturday :8:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Sunday :8:00 AM - 1:00 AM

Additional Hours

We are available 8:00 am to 1:00 am


  • Social Workers


  • community affairs and services
  • catering services
  • bartending services
  • hospitality industry
  • special event services
  • new orleans, westbank, metarie, kenner
  • adams st cdc
  • children & adult parties
  • uptown, low garden dist, carrollton area
  • birthday, anniversary, showers, bachelor
  • presentations, seminars, meeting rooms
  • art, books, video shoots, concert venue
  • new orleans, uptown, university area
  • hourly, weekly rental space
  • weddings & receptions
  • fundraising facility & venue
  • religion and spirituality classes
  • dancing, music, excercise class space
  • stage, plays, theatre, performing arts
  • meetings space
  • party supplies rental and leasing services
  • party planning services
  • event hosting and catering services
  • non-profit organizations
  • Hall Rental
  • youth center
  • office space rental and leasing services


  • event center facility hall repast banquet party venue music memorial nonprofit rental fundraiser



Year Established

  • 2006


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