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UPCOMING EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS AT CARVER THEATER

Thu April 27, 2017 9:00 PM CDT (Doors: 8:00 PM )
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The Stooges Brass Band has earned their rank as one of the elite brass bands in New Orleans.  The band consistently provides a welcome blast of true New Orleans spirit engaging audiences with their innovative blend of traditional New O... Read more

The Stooges Brass Band has earned their rank as one of the elite brass bands in New Orleans.  The band consistently provides a welcome blast of true New Orleans spirit engaging audiences with their innovative blend of traditional New Orleans brass sounds, contemporary jazz and hip-hop beats.

Emerging onto the scene in 1996, the Stooges Brass Band has gained notoriety as a full-blown musical party immersing the crowd in a cut-loose vibe that is contemporary yet deeply rooted in the culturally rich musical legacy of New Orleans.  The band has shared the stage with: Ozomatli, Black Star (Mos Def & Talib Kweli), Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Shemekia Copeland, Pedrito Martinez Group, Galactic, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Ave, Big Sam's Funky Nation, The Funky Meters, and Jessica Simpson, among others.

The band is undeniably one of the hardest working bands out of New Orleans, and their dedication to their craft has made an impact. The Stooges Brass Band victoriously battled for the title of "Red Bull Street Kings: Best Brass Band" (the subject of the documentary Brass Bands of New Orleans: Red Bull Street Kings). Along with this auspicious title, the band won a recording and mentorship session at the Red Bull Studios in California.  The band also received the award for "Best Contemporary Brass Band 2011" at the Big Easy Music Awards.

The Stooges Brass Band continues to tour performing at venues  and appearing at famed festivals throughout the country such as New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Bonnaroo, South by Southwest, Utah Arts Festival, Discover Jazz, American Folk Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, , Great American Brass Band Festival, and more.  The Stooges Brass Band has also answered the call to serve as cultural ambassadors and were employed by the US Embassy to tour Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.  Other international appearances include the Edinburgh Jazz Festival, the Durham Brass Festival in the UK and Nuits D’Afrique, Tremblant Blues Festival in Canada.

Whether they're second-lining in the back streets of the Crescent City, or performing their spirited stage show, the Stooges Brass Band delivers an authentic New Orleans celebration.


with Wayne & Same Ole Two Step
Sat April 29, 2017 9:00 PM CDT (Doors: 8:00 PM )
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Chubby Carrier is undeniably "The World's Premier Zydeco Showman." Born on July 1, 1967 in Churchpoint, Louisiana, Chubby is the third generation of zydeco artists with such famous relatives as Roy Carrier (father), Warren Carrier (gran... Read more

Chubby Carrier is undeniably "The World's Premier Zydeco Showman." Born on July 1, 1967 in Churchpoint, Louisiana, Chubby is the third generation of zydeco artists with such famous relatives as Roy Carrier (father), Warren Carrier (grandfather), and cousins Bebe and Calvin Carrier who are presently considered legends in zydeco history. 

Chubby began his musical career at the age of 12 by playing drums with his father's band. He began playing the accordion at the age of 15. By age 17, Chubby had begun to play with Terrance Siemien and toured the world for 2 1/2 years, before forming his own band in 1989. 

Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band have recorded ten CDs over the past 22 years of Chubby's professional career. His band has traveled all over the world, performing to audiences in all parts of the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, Canada. North Africa and Europe. Chubby and the band travel 150-175 days a year, taking his act to big festivals such as the New Orleans Jazz Fest, the Chicago Blues Fest. Summerfest (Milwaukee), Memphis in May, and several festivals in Europe. Chubby has also done guest appearances on recordings for Tab Benoit, 6Was9, and Jimmy Thackery. Ann Wilson of the group Heart encourages Chubby to "continue the great sound that you have. This sound will take you places." 

 

Wayne Singleton, founder, lead vocalist and accordionist of the band Wayne & Same Ol 2 Step, was raised in Lewisburg, Louisiana; a community centered in the area considered to be the birthplace of Zydeco, Wayne has been playing Zydeco music since the age of seven.

Now at the age of thirty, Wayne writes most of his own songs, and is a very versatile musician, having mastered every instrument played in his band. Wayne has earned his status among the elite of the younger zydeco musicians. He has experience of playing with many of the legendary groups. He has played with Beau Jocque, Zydeco Force, Keith Frank, Chris Ardoin, Sean Ardoin, Andre Thierry and many more.

Wayne & Same Ol 2 Step can produce old and new zydeco music. The touch of nouveau music has put them at a different level, without compromising their traditional roots. The demand for the music of these 2-steppin' guys is growing daily. You can find the band playing at the local historical clubs, and they are in great demand for national festivals. The trail ride association has kept the group employed for the entire year. When you see these young musicians at work, you will see the best. Wayne will make you dance!


with Omari Neville, SSHH featuring Zak Starkey, Chris Mule And the Perpetrators, Nikki Glaspie, Brian Stoltz, Brady Blade, Cris Jacobs, Tony Hall, Abe Mac, Frank Ray
Sun April 30, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
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A MUSICAL GATHERING FEATURING A PETER TOSH TRIBUTE AND MUCH MORE:  We have an eclectic alliance of musicians for a full throttle event to close 1st Weekend of Jazz Fest, all of those listed below and more! SPECIAL GUESTS AND SURPRISES... Read more

A MUSICAL GATHERING FEATURING A PETER TOSH TRIBUTE AND MUCH MORE:

 We have an eclectic alliance of musicians for a full throttle event to close 1st Weekend of Jazz Fest, all of those listed below and more!

SPECIAL GUESTS AND SURPRISES

Come Early ….Stay Late! 

An Artist Village Event

Starring Cyril Neville, Omari Neville, SSHH feat Zak Starkey of the Who and Oasis, Chris Mule & the Perpetrators, Nikki Glaspie, Brian Stoltz, Brady Blade, Cris Jacobs, Tony Hall, Abe Mac, Frank Ray, and MORE!

 


Mon May 1, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
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Since opening in 2013, Ooh Poo Pah Doo Bar's deep musical roots in New Orleans have quickly made it a Tremé mainstay. Owned by the daughter of legendary R&B artist Jessie Hill and named after his hit 1960 song, the bar not only honors ... Read more

Since opening in 2013, Ooh Poo Pah Doo Bar's deep musical roots in New Orleans have quickly made it a Tremé mainstay. Owned by the daughter of legendary R&B artist Jessie Hill and named after his hit 1960 song, the bar not only honors Hill’s legacy, but offers a place for the next generations in his musically gifted family (like Trombone Shorty) to perform on the regular. The bar’s beauty is in its ability to retain a neighborhood feel while hosting some of the globe’s top-notch jazz talent, making every night feel like it’s the right time to bust out your dance moves.  Monday nights at the Ooh Poo Pah Doo have long been one of the best Blues nights in town, and The Historic Carver Theater is honored to continue the tradition now that the Ooh Poo Pah Doo has been forced to close.

The Monday night blues night is hosted by the indomitable and irrepressible Judy Hill, owner of the Ooh Poo Pah Doo bar, and stars James Andrews and the Crescent City Allstars and a variety of special surprise guests each week.


Tue May 2, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
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American Trombone player, vocalist, composer and arranger David L. Harris Jr. embodies the edge of modern jazz and the sultriness of blues. Every time he steps on stage, David takes us on the emotionally engaging journey of love and liberation, wrapp... Read more

American Trombone player, vocalist, composer and arranger David L. Harris Jr. embodies the edge of modern jazz and the sultriness of blues. Every time he steps on stage, David takes us on the emotionally engaging journey of love and liberation, wrapped in a sound that embraces the groove, grit and swing of the past. Growing up in a neighborhood called Scotlandville, in Baton Rouge, La, David L. found his fingers pressed against the sliding brace of the trombone at the age of sixteen and has never let go since. Music lovers have stepped and grooved to the sound of his trombone at some of the liveliest jazz festivals in the world, like The Newport Jazz Festival, The Montreal Jazz Festival, and The New Orleans & Heritage Jazz Festival . David L. has graced legendary concert halls, such as the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, NY, The Lincoln Center in New York, NY, and The L'Olympia Music Hall in Paris, France; and has played beside some of the most astonishingly talented bands and vocalist like Dee Dee Bridgewater, Wynton Marsalis, Shannon Powell, Aaron Neville, Delfeayo Marsalis, Dr. Michael White, and The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra. "From my trombone, I speak of all that my ancestors have spoken and all that is to come."


with CQMD (Ceux Qui Marchent Debout) From Paris, France
Wed May 3, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
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Ceux Qui Marchent Debout have reinvented the concept of the traditional brass band and come up with an exciting new formula for the 1990’s. With their infectious mix of funk, ska and soul fused with pounding African and Latino rhythms, this six... Read more

Ceux Qui Marchent Debout have reinvented the concept of the traditional brass band and come up with an exciting new formula for the 1990’s. With their infectious mix of funk, ska and soul fused with pounding African and Latino rhythms, this six-strong group is guaranteed to get the party going wherever they play!

 

With a smile that will entrance you and a voice that helps your troubles disappear, Quiana Lynell’s vocal dexterity allows her to perform a limitless repertoire.  Infusing her classical training with her gospel upbringing she approaches jazz as a storyteller.  When Lynell takes the stage, she guides the listeners on a journey where “jazz collides with soul” allowing the simplest of melodies to entrance the listener. Lynell creates an environment where love is paramount, emphasizing the importance of self-worth and respect through her music. She speaks uplifting lyrics to those who have been broken hearted and stresses the importance of not letting the past dictate your future.  Her new EP entitled "Loving Me" guides the listener through Lynell’s own transformation.  The transition to finding her self-worth has lead Lynell on a journey that has also included health and fitness.  As the creator of "Musicians Run", she sponsors weekly meet-ups for musicians to meet and exercise promoting health as a wealth.  

Lynell sees each opportunity to share music with any audience as a chance to create memories and build the soundtrack of life.  Whether she is leading the band or supporting other artist, she is thankful to have the opportunity to sketch new memories that last a lifetime.  


with Stooges Brass Band, SSHH featuring Zak Starkey, Chris Mule and Friends, Brian Stoltz, Brady Blade, Tony Hall, Papa Mali, Nick Daniels III
Thu May 4, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
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A MUSICAL ALLIANCE FEATURING:  IAN NEVILLE GUITAR DUMPSTAPHUNK FUNKY METERS NEVILLE BROTHERS  NICK DANIELS III BASS & VOCALS DUMPSTAPHUNK CREDITS INCLUDE ETTA JAMES , BOZ SCAGGS, NEVILLE BROTHERS AND SANTANA  TONY HALL BAS... Read more

A MUSICAL ALLIANCE FEATURING:

 IAN NEVILLE GUITAR DUMPSTAPHUNK FUNKY METERS NEVILLE BROTHERS

 NICK DANIELS III BASS & VOCALS DUMPSTAPHUNK CREDITS INCLUDE ETTA JAMES , BOZ SCAGGS, NEVILLE BROTHERS AND SANTANA

 TONY HALL BASS, GUITAR AND VOCALS DUMPSTAPHUNK   CREDITS: ETTA JAMES EMMYLOU HARRIS, HARRY CONNICK, JR. DAVE MATTHEWS & FRIENDS, JEWEL

 STOOGES BRASS BAND

NIKKI GLASPIE 

 SSHH Featuring ZAK STARKEY OF THE WHO and OASIS

 CHRIS MULE & FRIENDS

 BRIAN STOLTZ

 BRADY BLADE

 PAPA MALI & MORE …

 SPECIAL GUESTS AND SURPRISES  

 An Artist Village Event

 

 

 


Fri May 5, 2017 10:00 PM CDT (Doors: 9:00 PM )
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Great music begins with great songs, and great songs are what the Honey Island Swamp Band is all about. The band came together when Aaron Wilkinson (acoustic guitar, mandolin, vocals) and Chris Mulé (electric guitar, vocals) were marooned in S... Read more

Great music begins with great songs, and great songs are what the Honey Island Swamp Band is all about. The band came together when Aaron Wilkinson (acoustic guitar, mandolin, vocals) and Chris Mulé (electric guitar, vocals) were marooned in San Francisco after the levee breaches following Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. After a chance encounter with fellow New Orleans evacuees Sam Price (bass, vocals) and Garland Paul (drums, vocals), and with no prospects of getting home any time soon, they figured they’d better cook up something new, and quick!

Honey Island Swamp Band's music has been described as "Bayou Americana", with timeless songs from Wilkinson & Mulé, highlighted by Mulé's searing guitar, Wilkinson's sure-handed mandolin, and 4-part vocal harmonies, all anchored by the powerful groove of Price & Paul's Louisiana stomp rhythm section. The addition of Trevor Brooks on Hammond B-3 organ to the HISB family in 2010 has rounded out the band’s sound, which draws from a variety of influences in the world of roots music.

Walter “Wolfman” Washington has been a mainstay on the New Orleans music scene.  He cut his teeth backing up some of the best singers and performers in New Orleans history before putting together his long time band The Roadmasters who have been burning down and burning up local and national stages since their first gigs in the 1980s.  His guitar style combines both rhythm and blues, blues, New Orleans funk, and modern jazz into a way of playing that is uniquely his.  His singing is emotional and heartfelt.  His guitar work is intricate, intimate, and full.  There is a little Bobby Blue Bland, a little Kenny Burrell, a little George Benson, a little church, and a lot of New Orleans charm and experience in a Walter Wolfman Washington performance. And in this day and age of musicians imitating the past or trying to recreate it, The Wolfman stands out as a musician steeped in the history but completely contemporary.  Few musical acts, if any, do what he does.  He is real, authentic, and unique.

Little Freddie King is a country-style blues musician, of an era when live music poured from the back-of-town nightclubs throughout New Orleans’ African-American neighborhoods, fostering a subculture of downhome Mississippi blues that developed from the ground up in New Orleans. He is also one of the few survivors and the last of what has become a footnote to the Great Migration of Southern blacks: the Mississippi country bluesmen who carried their tradition farther south rather than north.

"You Made My Night" is Little Freddie King's way of saying "thank you" to his rowdy, enthusiastic audience after one of his classic low down and dirty blues performances. This recording features authentic "juke-joint" music in which perfect pitch and well-tuned guitars just don't matter. He's got a rough Mississippi roots electric sound with a New Orleans edge. His brand of the blues is moonshine dripping from the back porch, still-made from the remnants of the Delta farm, until jumping a train to N.O. His sound is harsh,dirty and powerfully authentic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


with Corey Ledet & His Zydeco Band
Sun May 7, 2017 9:00 PM CDT (Doors: 8:00 PM ) - Mon May 8, 2017 12:30 AM CDT (Doors: 8:00 PM )
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Chubby Carrier is undeniably "The World's Premier Zydeco Showman." Born on July 1, 1967 in Churchpoint, Louisiana, Chubby is the third generation of zydeco artists with such famous relatives as Roy Carrier (father), Warren Carrier ... Read more

Chubby Carrier is undeniably "The World's Premier Zydeco Showman." Born on July 1, 1967 in Churchpoint, Louisiana, Chubby is the third generation of zydeco artists with such famous relatives as Roy Carrier (father), Warren Carrier (grandfather), and cousins Bebe and Calvin Carrier who are presently considered legends in zydeco history. 

Chubby began his musical career at the age of 12 by playing drums with his father's band. He began playing the accordion at the age of 15. By age 17, Chubby had begun to play with Terrance Siemien and toured the world for 2 1/2 years, before forming his own band in 1989. 

Corey Ledet was born and raised in Houston, Texas, but spent his summers with family in small-town  Parks, Louisiana. The Creole culture has its roots in Louisiana, but spread across the country, including neighboring Texas. Because of this, he was able to be immersed at all times in the Creole culture he loved so much. The summers in the family home molded and shaped Corey’s world in a profound way.

He learned everything he could so that he could incorporate the culture in all areas of his life – the traditions, the food, and most importantly, the music.

His love for the Creole/Zydeco music was instant and hard for him to ignore. He studied the originators of the music such as Clifton Chenier, John Delafose, and Boozoo Chavis. He branched out to include studying any (and all) artists of Zydeco.  At the early age of 10, he picked up shows playing drums for Houston-based band Wilbert Thibodeaux and the Zydeco Rascals and slowly learned the main instrument of the music – the accordion. He came to truly love any type of accordion – the single-note, triple-note and piano key accordions – and any others. He worked at building his skills until he knew each one fluently.

By the time he graduated from high school, he was certain that music was the focal point of his future. Corey eventually moved to Louisiana in order to be surrounded by this beautiful culture at all times. He remains true to his roots and earnestly searches for ways to include them in his music. He keeps one foot firmly in the tradition while exploring surrounding influences in order to create the best of both worlds. He is able to infuse old and new styles of Zydeco into his own unique sound from all of the people he studied and was influenced by.

He also appreciates the other traditional sound indigenous to Louisiana in Cajun music and has been able to expand his repertoire to include these influences as well. Corey’s versatile sound enables him to please any audience. Whether he is playing a solo acoustical set or he is backed up by a full band, you as a listener will always be thoroughly entertained. He finds joy in giving his listeners a true dance/music experience in the ways of old-time house parties. So, come and enjoy the music of old presented in a new way but still very tied to tradition.  He looks forward to entertaining you!


Mon May 8, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
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Since opening in 2013, Ooh Poo Pah Doo Bar's deep musical roots in New Orleans have quickly made it a Tremé mainstay. Owned by the daughter of legendary R&B artist Jessie Hill and named after his hit 1960 song, the bar not only honors ... Read more

Since opening in 2013, Ooh Poo Pah Doo Bar's deep musical roots in New Orleans have quickly made it a Tremé mainstay. Owned by the daughter of legendary R&B artist Jessie Hill and named after his hit 1960 song, the bar not only honors Hill’s legacy, but offers a place for the next generations in his musically gifted family (like Trombone Shorty) to perform on the regular. The bar’s beauty is in its ability to retain a neighborhood feel while hosting some of the globe’s top-notch jazz talent, making every night feel like it’s the right time to bust out your dance moves.  Monday nights at the Oooh Poo Pah Doo have long been one of the best Blues nights in town, and The Historic Carver Theater is honored to continue the tradition now that the Ooh Poo Pah Doo has been forced to close.

The Monday night blues night is hosted by the indomitable and irrespressible Judy Hill, owner of the Ooh Poo Pah Doo bar, and stars James Andrews and the Crescent City Allstars and a variety of special surprise guests each week.


Tue May 9, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
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American Trombone player, vocalist, composer and arranger David L. Harris Jr. embodies the edge of modern jazz and the sultriness of blues. Every time he steps on stage, David takes us on the emotionally engaging journey of love and liberation, wrapp... Read more

American Trombone player, vocalist, composer and arranger David L. Harris Jr. embodies the edge of modern jazz and the sultriness of blues. Every time he steps on stage, David takes us on the emotionally engaging journey of love and liberation, wrapped in a sound that embraces the groove, grit and swing of the past. Growing up in a neighborhood called Scotlandville, in Baton Rouge, La, David L. found his fingers pressed against the sliding brace of the trombone at the age of sixteen and has never let go since. Music lovers have stepped and grooved to the sound of his trombone at some of the liveliest jazz festivals in the world, like The Newport Jazz Festival, The Montreal Jazz Festival, and The New Orleans & Heritage Jazz Festival . David L. has graced legendary concert halls, such as the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, NY, The Lincoln Center in New York, NY, and The L'Olympia Music Hall in Paris, France; and has played beside some of the most astonishingly talented bands and vocalist like Dee Dee Bridgewater, Wynton Marsalis, Shannon Powell, Aaron Neville, Delfeayo Marsalis, Dr. Michael White, and The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra. "From my trombone, I speak of all that my ancestors have spoken and all that is to come."


Wed May 10, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
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The Magnetic Ear is a pocket brass band from New Orleans. We are a six piece ensemble with tenor and baritone saxophones two trombones, sousaphone and drums. Our mostly original music is inspired by New Orleans style second line and funk, Easter... Read more

The Magnetic Ear is a pocket brass band from New Orleans. We are a six piece ensemble with tenor and baritone saxophones two trombones, sousaphone and drums. Our mostly original music is inspired by New Orleans style second line and funk, Eastern European brass band music and African music. We also cover anything that suits our taste for hip, danceable party music. The Magnetic Ear has just recently released its third CD and has been touring the US and Europe. The Magnetic Ear has been awarded grants by sweet Home New Orleans, the Musicians Clinic and the Midatlantic Arts Foundation and has garnered nominations to the Off Beat Awards as best emerging artist 2007 and best contemporary CD of 2008.

from Offbeat magazine:

A decade ago, Martin Krusche was using his pocket brass band Magnetic Ear as a small-combo platform for his complex, brass-based jazz compositions and electric tenor sax experiments. In recent years, the ensemble has expanded to a more traditional brass band lineup, a change that’s moved their sound squarely into cerebral dance-floor material.

also from Offbeat:

Over the years, brass-driven band the Magnetic Ear has marched so far from its point of origin that it’s a wonder bandleader saxophonist Martin Krusche doesn’t change the group’s name. “At first we were known as sort of a jazz freak-out band,” admits Krusche. But even then, the Magnetic Ear’s music was much more composed and arranged-seeming than the average jazz group. The band followed Krusche’s long, wild melody lines so tightly you could tell they weren’t just improvising...



Since opening in 2013, Ooh Poo Pah Doo Bar's deep musical roots in New Orleans have quickly made it a Tremé mainstay. Owned by the daughter of legendary R&B artist Jessie Hill and named after his hit 1960 song, the bar not only honors ... Read more

Since opening in 2013, Ooh Poo Pah Doo Bar's deep musical roots in New Orleans have quickly made it a Tremé mainstay. Owned by the daughter of legendary R&B artist Jessie Hill and named after his hit 1960 song, the bar not only honors Hill’s legacy, but offers a place for the next generations in his musically gifted family (like Trombone Shorty) to perform on the regular. The bar’s beauty is in its ability to retain a neighborhood feel while hosting some of the globe’s top-notch jazz talent, making every night feel like it’s the right time to bust out your dance moves.  Monday nights at the Oooh Poo Pah Doo have long been one of the best Blues nights in town, and The Historic Carver Theater is honored to continue the tradition now that the Ooh Poo Pah Doo has been forced to close.

The Monday night blues night is hosted by the indomitable and irrespressible Judy Hill, owner of the Ooh Poo Pah Doo bar, and stars James Andrews and the Crescent City Allstars and a variety of special surprise guests each week.


Mon May 15, 2017 8:00 PM CDT
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Mon May 22, 2017 8:00 PM CDT
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Mon May 29, 2017 8:00 PM CDT
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with Blowfish, Rude Jude, Mario P, Hosted by Downtown Lesli Brown
Sat June 3, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (Doors: 7:00 PM )
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Get ready for the NOLA Comedy Jam kicking off Summer 2017! Join Comedy Veteran, T.K. Kirkland and your favorite local comics: Rude Jude, Blowfish and Mario P. as they bring you the funny all night long! Hosted by Power 102.9&rsquo... Read more

Get ready for the NOLA Comedy Jam kicking off Summer 2017! Join Comedy Veteran, T.K. Kirkland and your favorite local comics: Rude Jude, Blowfish and Mario P. as they bring you the funny all night long! Hosted by Power 102.9’s own, Downtown Lesli Brown AND DJ Wizzard Kelly will be spinning on the 1&2’s!!!! We’ve got VIP Floor and Carver Club seating available! 


with Kenyondra Lockett, Rudy Currence, Greg Banks, Hosted by Comedian Shervy, Hosted by Ro Wright, Kay Kay, Brik Liam, Angelina Sherie, Iris P, Corey Ricks, YAHJAH, GG Pender
Sat July 1, 2017 2:00 PM CDT (Doors: 1:00 PM )
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The Essence Of The Soul Fest is uniting amazing local, indie & celebrity artists with the community during the Essence Fest weekend here in New Orleans. This showcase's goal & vision is to send a message that music can heal, inspire,... Read more

The Essence Of The Soul Fest is uniting amazing local, indie & celebrity artists with the community during the Essence Fest weekend here in New Orleans. This showcase's goal & vision is to send a message that music can heal, inspire, uplift and unite people of all walks of life. The Fest begins with Indie Soul in the afternoon and Christian Soul in the evening. We have an incredible line-up, starring Earnest Pugh, Briana Babineaux, CASME', Kenyondra Lockett, Rudy Currence, Greg Banks and many, many more! Hosted by Ro Wright, Comedian Sherby & Special Celebrity guests!  

There are four levels of tickets: Stuests! anding General Admission, Seated General Admission, VIP Lounge (includes VIP Lounge Upstairs, Red Carpet Reception, Celebrity Meet & Greet), and  VIP Plus (includes all the VIP benefits PLUS Front Row Floor Seats)


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