New Orleans is getting the first tech festival of its kind. Featuring all things music, gaming and art, Cheria Scaffidi (Co-Founder, CEO), Patrick Comer (Co-Founder), Leanna Millan (Director of Launch) have teamed up for Fresh Mint Festival this October 2022. Cheria and Leanna, both local women in tech, are working to bring more diversity and culture to this industry.
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Throughout 10 different venues, and over 3 days, attendees can partake in speakers and chats, activations and demos, browse NFT galleries and arts markets, and enjoy live music at Fresh Mint Festival. The anticipated attendance is 3k+. This event revolves around web3, nfts, crypto, etc.
The street festival will take place on Frenchmen Street and have music, gaming and art – bringing in people from around the world to NOLA.
Tickets for the 3-day event start as low as $120. With your LET’S FEST pass you’ll have a front row seat to a priceless New Orleans Halloween parade to top it off!
Want more? Grab an ALL THE THINGS pass to deep dive with industry leaders, immersive activations, and the most innovating conversations surrounding this global movement. Join us as they push the envelope in music, gaming and art. It’s a street festival meets NFT’s. Get the ticket details here.
Why New Orleans? A co-founder in the festival is Patrick Comer, Founder and former CEO at Lucid (headquartered in NOLA). Lucid is the first global exchange for market research samples which introduced programmatic buying and selling to the market research industry. Prior to founding Lucid, Patrick has a decorated career in market research and consulting that spans 2 decades. Lucid was acquired by Cint for $580 million in 2021 – NOLA’s first unicorn. Patrick now heads Gripnr, a Web3 technology company bringing tabletop games to the blockchain. And co-founded Fresh Mint Fest – New Orlean’s first web3 festival.