MNG NOLA Festival collection is an amazing selection of chunky fine glitter mixes. All of these glitters have a COLOR SHIFT and HOLOGRAPHIC look. These are sure to sparkle and shine beautifully under epoxy. They are a mix of sizes ranging from 0.125 to 0.15.
The MNG NOLA Festival Collection is named after the many festivals that are held year round in our fun and outgoing city.
This collection was so popular we couldn't wait to add MORE! These colors are so shifty, you have to see them to really appreciate them.
MG500 Tales of the Cocktail Fest: This is a blue and black shifty mix with .015 and .25 and .94 hex holo, mixed with the same size opal.
Legend has it that the first cocktail was mixed in New Orleans in the early 19th century by a pharmacist looking to cure an upset stomach. Certainly the city has embraced the art of drink and to commemorate this tradition, Tales of the Cocktail was conceived.
Taking place around town in July, this cork-popping celebration takes the art of drinking and cocktailing most seriously, celebrating everything from mixology to history to trends throughout five days of “cocktails, cuisine and culture.” Tales of the Cocktail is generally a bar industry networking and education event, catering to bartenders, bar owners, and other professionals. Most Tales of the Cocktail seminars and events are designed to appeal to these professions, but there are many events open to the public and designed for cocktail enthusiasts.
MG501 Freret Street Fest: This is a light aqua and gold/orange shifty holo with with .015, .025, and .94 hex mixed with opal that shifts purple and green in the same size.
The Freret Street festival is the Kick-off to the Festival Season, usually held the first Saturday in April.
- Over 200 Local Vendors showcasing Local Arts, Crafts and Wearables
- Slightly Used Dogs and Cats For Adoption by Zeus’ Place, Zeus’ Rescues and other local rescue organizations
- Live Music On 3 Stages
- Festival Food Courts featuring N.O. Finest Chefs with Picnic Seating at every intersection
- Kid’s Area by Junior League of New Orleans. The kid’s area will be open from 11-4. We will have a “create your own healthy snack” booth, an oversized Jenga set, corn hole, 4 Square, face painting, a craft table, hourly relay races, and sidewalk art contests.
- Complimentary Bike Valet by Bike Easy
MG502 Words and Music Fest: This is a Light Blue and Lavender shifty holo mix with .015, .025, and .94 hex.
Every year, New Orleans’ Faulkner Society hosts New Orleans Words and Music Festival, a literary festival in the Crescent City that appeals to writers, readers, musicians, and culture lovers alike. Each December, hundreds of writers, including authors, poets, and beyond, gather for seminars, discussions, and of course, meals. The festival includes events such as readings, writing workshops, special panels, burlesque shows/lessons, dinners, and more!The event is the perfect place to gather with literary lovers, hone in on your writing skills, and honor Faulkner’s legacy in New Orleans.
MG503 Wander Fest: This Dark Plum and Purple shifty glitter is a mix of sizes of .015, .025 and .94 hex and an opal that shifts from green and purple.
Wanderfest is the world’s first outdoor festival to celebrate, inspire, and connect women who travel. Hundreds of travel lovers from around the world will join together for a weekend filled with inspiring speakers, live musical performances, a global woman-owned marketplace, excursions around town, parties, and more, all while building lifelong friendships.
MG504 Oyster Fest: This glitter is a shift mix of glitter that shifts from gold/orange to green In hex sizes .015, .25, and .94 hex and opals in the same size that shifts with blues and greens.
Some of the best oysters in the city by the dozen, live music from a lineup local performers, unique craft vendors and oyster competitions are among the many things you can experience at Oyster Fest. This summer fest is two-day long event hosted at Woldenberg Park.
Put together with the mission of educating attendees on the importance of the Louisiana Gulf Oyster and to honor local oyster farmers and restaurateurs, Oyster Fest celebrates the beloved New Orleanian delicacy while raising funds for coastal restoration organizations.
MG505 Greek Fest: This glitter is a shifty mix that shifts from dark blue to dark green in sizes of .015, .025 and .94 hex.
Every Memorial Day Weekend, the Crescent City enjoys an effusive celebration of Greek culture at the New Orleans Greek Festival, put on at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral by its congregation.
MG506 Satchmo Summer Fest: This glitter is a mix that dark and blue and light teal in hex sizes of .015, .25 and .94 hex and opals in the same size with golds and oranges.
Satchmo SummerFest began as a tribute to one of New Orleans’ most famous native sons, the late Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong, to celebrate his 100th birthday. Thousands of people turned out for the first Satchmo SummerFest in 2001 to dance to traditional New Orleans blues and jazz, and to sample the delicious food.
MG507 Gentilly Fest: This glitter is a mix of Pink and Purple and green shifty colors in the hex sizes of .015, .25 and .94 hex and opals that shift from green and blue in the same sizes.
A celebration of New Orleans culture that aims to raise money for the rebuilding and growth of the Gentilly area, Gentilly Fest is an annual three-day fall festival.
MG508 Earth Fest: This glitter is a mix of dark green aqua and blue color shift in hex sizes .015, .25, and .94 hex.
Earth Fest is a fun way for Zoo visitors to learn about saving the environment. Exhibitors representing groups from the non-profit and governmental sectors as well as businesses involved with environmental issues will help Zoo visitors answer questions for prizes on the Earth Quest game.
MG509 Oak Street Poboy Fest: This glitter is a mix of dark green and lime green shifty glitters in hex size .015, .25, and .94. And opals that shift from orange to gold.
What is known in some parts of the country as a "submarine sandwich" and in other parts as a "hoagie," is called a "po-boy" in New Orleans. And, like many other uniquely New Orleans and Louisiana creations, there is a festival to celebrate it, as well as a colorful story behind it.
The Oak Street Po-Boy Festival is held every year in mid-November along a commercial strip of Oak Street in the city's Carrollton neighborhood. Not only is the festival a culinary celebration of a famous sandwich, it also celebrates the rebirth of a once-thriving shopping district with roots as deep as the neighborhood itself. Carrollton was a separate city until it was annexed by New Orleans in 1874, and Oak Street was its commercial hub.
MG510 Treme Fall Fest: This glitter is a mix of magenta,pink and rose gold tones shifty glitters in hex size .015, .25, and .94. And opals that shift from Blues to purple.
On the first weekend of October, the famous Tremé neighborhood hosts the annual Treme Fall Festival. All weekend, visitors enjoy the music and food of this cherished New Orleans neighborhood. Treme Fall Fest is a donation-based event, created to raise money for St. Augustine Catholic Church. The festival is held on the streets bordering the church, located at the corner of Henriette Delille and Gov. Nicholls streets.
Some of the most famous musicians and artists come from New Orleans’ Treme, and many of them perform at the festival or showcase their work. Performers have included Kermit Ruffins, Shannon Powell, Leroy Jones, John Boutte and other renowned names. Artist Terrance Osborne has shown and sold work at the festival, too.
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