Battle of New Orleans Reenactor Form

Battle of New Orleans Reenactor Form

The Battle of New Orleans takes place in January of each year - find out more, or to participate in the reenactment, fill out the information below.

Jackson Line North Reenactment Site - Please fill out the form below, including your participation in social activities (FREE to the first 100 participants - very reasonable beyond that)!

Organizers of this event, along with the St. Bernard Parish Government would like to extend your experience as a volunteer reenactor by offering several social activities upon completion of the daytime events.  These activities are free to the first 100 reenactors who register, and offered at a very reasonable cost for those registering beyond the first 100 persons.  Please help us finalize these activities by indicating your interest in participating. Social activities are scheduled on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings after Jackson Line North daytime events have concluded.

If you would prefer to register via PDF, please download the form and email to organizers today.

No if you will be commuting.
Held at Docville Farms, in Meraux, Louisiana, bus transportation provided from the Jackson Line North Reenactment Site.
Parade in Historic French Quarter from Iconic Jackson Square to Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop. (the oldest structure - 1722 - used as bar in the United States, and former base for New Orleans’ most famous privateer.) Transportation provided both to and from the parade, with a return immediately after and a return 2 hours after end of parade.
Grand Ball held at the Louisiana State Museum Cabildo, built in 1795 and located in famous Jackson Square at the heart of the French Quarter. Transportation provided.