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We've got your weekend: Time travel, 90's music and city lights

As part of the Louisiana Renaissance Festival, guests are encouraged to dress to a time travel theme.

As part of the Louisiana Renaissance Festival, guests are encouraged to dress to a time travel theme.

Thursday /Cirque D'licious: If your Thanksgiving takes an unconventional turn, it's worthwhile to catch  circus variety show Cirque D'licious, featuring vaudeville, aerial acts, acrobatics, and burlesque at Hi Ho Lounge (2239 St. Claude) at 10 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door.

Friday - Sunday / Time Travelers Weekend: As part of the Louisiana Renaissance Festival, there will be three days of time travel-themed dress at the festival grounds Hammond (46468 River Road, Hammond). Event highlights include live music, falcon displays and shows, costume contests, jousting, comedy, cultural demos and crafts and food booths. Attendees are encouraged to dress to theme. One-day tickets are $18 for adults / $10 for children.

Friday / Friday Nights at NOMA: At New Orleans Museum of Art's (1 Collins Diboll Circle) next Friday evening even series (5 - 9 p.m.), the programming will include live music by The New Orleans Moonshiners, as well as a screening of PBS' American Experience: Ansel Adams. Entrance is included with museum admission.

Saturday / A tribute to the 90's : Gasa Gasa throws it back to the 1990's, as the Freret music club (4920 Freret St.) hosts a tribute show featuring Organic County-based classic rock band Close Enough playing popular songs of the bygone decade. The show begins at 10 p.m.; there is no cover.

Sunday / Luna Fete: For one week, the Arts Council of New Orleans brings back Light Up NOLA Arts (LUNA) Fete, positioning iconic architecture in the city as canvases for large-scale outdoor light, video and sound installations. Installation highlights include Ashe’s Power House Theater activated by Portugal-based OCUBO; several illuminated arts markets; a tech talk; and installation series along the OC Haley Corridor, in Lafayette Square, and closing weekend (Friday, December 4th and Saturday, December 5th) along Julia Street. View a full schedule and list of locations and times here. The installations are free and open for public viewing.