An exciting Super Bowl game topped off an incredible weekend in the city of New Orleans. Woldenburg Park's free concerts Friday, Saturday and Sunday attracted locals and visitors alike. Those who attended performances by Trombone Shorty, Tab Benoit, Rebirth Brass Band, Soul Rebels and many more were entertained by the funky music of south Louisiana and the New Orleans region for free! "Who Dat" chants could be heard from the city's citizens showing their support for their beloved Saints team, while Ravens and 49ers fans represented their respective ports and could be seen flocking Bourbon Street, riding in horse and buggies, pedicabs or on the Street Car. All in all, New Orleans hosted a wonderful event with no shortages of things to do or see.
The after hours party at the Ogden Museum thrown by the Audi Forum was a hit. Diplo and Lil' John each played sets on dueling DJ tables and celebrities mingled under the vaulted ceiling of the beautiful venue turned club for the night. Anna Faris was having a great time greeting people with a big smile and took to the dance floor when Diplo came on stage. Other celebrities who attended included: Sofia Vergara, Andrew Zimmer, Aaron Paul, and Stacey Keibler, Jeremy Renner, Chace Crawford, Josh Hutcherson, Ashley Greene, Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder, Aaron Rodgers, Ryan Kwanten, and David Arquette.
Audi put on a glamourous, star-studded party that did not disappoint, but out of all the stars there, Diplo stole the lime-light with his set. He ended the show with "Express Yourself" and kept invitees dancing dirty until four a.m when the only late night party in the city ended. Sweaty and exhausted, the attendees filed out of the building making their way toward their beds to rest for the big Super Bowl day to follow.