Basic Radio Station Information
KNOL 107.5 FM
City of License:
Jean Lafitte, LA
New Orleans, LA
Educational Media Foundation
KNOL is an FM radio station broadcasting at 107.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Jean Lafitte, LA and is part of the New Orleans, LA radio market. The station airs christian contemporary music programming and goes by the name "K-Love" on the air. KNOL is owned by Educational Media Foundation.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
City of license is now Jean Lafitte, Louisiana
By: Mike on January 16, 2013
Wanted to see if you can send me a quote, on price to have add on your station
By: Christina Ferrufino on October 6, 2016
2016 Carnaval Latino
Desfile de las Americas
Celebrating the Americas
New Orleans' Style
New Orleans, Louisiana (October 4, 2016) -- On Saturday October 15th, the Hispanic American Musicians and Artists Cultural Association (H.A.M.A.C.A.) proudly presents its 16th annual weekend-long festival, Carnaval Latino and it's parade Desfile de las Americas.
The celebration of Latin music, food, art and culture features an international musical lineup headlined by the Puertorican merengue group Grupo Mania. Music from throughout Latin America will reflect the rich cultural diversity of New Orleans. Carnaval Latino offers attendees a musical tour of the Americas without having to leave the city. Several popular local bands will also perform during the fest including groups Papo y son mandao, Astros de America, La Tran-Ka Band and Los Trece del Sur. The Ballet Folklorico from South Texas University and the local Casa Samba will also be marching and performing at the festival.
On Saturday, October 15, the Fourth Annual Desfile de las Americas rolls from the centrally located at the Sugarmill venue on 1021 Convention Center Boulevard. The Hispanic community and its neighbors will inject an International flavor into the New Orleans tradition of float parades. Each float will provide its own music, costumes and throws celebrating its national roots. Over a twenty floats, representing countries from the Americas, and an equal number of folkloric and marching groups will delight bystanders on this special evening. You can’t miss this opportunity to celebrate Louisiana’s Hispanic Heritage and to be “en ese numero”.
The Parade will begin at 6:00 pm. The floats and marching groups will form on the Convention Center Boulevard by the Sugarmill, then flow down Convention Center Blvd., circle Harrah's Casino into the French Quarter at North Peters. The Parade will flow to Esplanade Avenue, make U-Turn and exit the Quarter via Decatur Street. At Canal it will turn right, then left at St. Charles. Upon reaching Poydras Street it will turn left and return to the Sugarmill Carnaval Latino's fairgrounds via South Peters.
THE PAEYAYA COOKING CONTEST
This year’s event will feature the First Carnival Latino Paeyaya Cooking Contest on the Sugarmill fairgrounds, Judging at 3:00 p.m., with a tasting following ($25.00). What is a “Paeyaya”? This is our celebration of our great rice dishes of Spain “Paella”, and the New World, specially Louisiana’s “Jambalaya”. These communal rice dishes use local seafood, meats, rice, produce and the flavors of the region. Our “Paeyaya” represents Louisiana’s cultural make-up as the ingredients that make it unique remain distinct while working together, unlike the “melting pot” of yesteryear. Therefore, from Paella to Jambalaya and every rice dish in between, all entries are welcome. To participate call
Gilberto at (504) 756-0251.
The admission to the festival is FREE, tickets to the VIP area are $25.00. Float riders $100.00, each providing their own beads and throws. A variety of Latino food vendors and artisans will also be on hand to offer a broad range of one-of-a-kind handcrafted items for sale. Children are also welcome during this family-friendly celebration. A special children's area will delight youngsters and provide parents with another reason to bring the whole family along.
It is an honor to be able to celebrate the closing of Hispanic Heritage Month in the most architecturally Hispanic city of our country, rebuilt from the ashes of two great fires by the Spanish Governors of Louisiana in the late 1700"s. Festival goers will enjoy some of the best in Latin music, art, food and drink, surrounded by the architectural beauty of the most exiting neighborhood of the most memorable city in this country! Spain reconquers the French Quarter!
Carnaval Latino is presented by H.A.M.A.C.A., a 501 (c) (3) foundation that is dedicated to promoting and fostering the art and culture of the Latino community. Carnaval Latino celebrates the contributions that the Latin community has made towards our beautiful city and state. H.A.M.A.C.A. is grateful for the support of its many sponsors, which include the City of New Orleans and Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu. For a complete list of Carnaval Latino sponsors and details on all festival happenings, please visit www.carnavalatinola.com or call 504-528-8560.
By: Ivelis on October 11, 2016
I would listen to your station in my car and you would play a song by a female vocalist who had an excellent voice and could never get her name..She kept. Repeating "Corazon" and I wanted to buy the song but i don not have her name or the name of the song. If you know, please inform me.
By: Linda crawford on October 31, 2016
My Name is Priscilla Hernandez Iam from Bryan Texas iam trying to locate my ex husband his name is Cataino Salazar Castillo. I have some very bad news our daughter past way he needs to know. My children want to see him too. So much is going on please help to find him. Please please. Hes from San Lous Poto Si Canada Grande
By: Priscilla Hernandez on July 16, 2017
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