Cultural philanthropists Dorian and Kel Bennett have opened their beautiful and historic Marigny home for this inaugural event! Sumptuous hors' d'oeuvres and cocktails in their gorgeous courtyard. Music, theater and dance performances by (and in!) their swimming pool! Live auction and raffle to be announced!
$35 (Art Klub Members)
$750 (Party of 6 Nook Reservations, comes with a surprise gift!)
Open Bar provided by Old New Orleans Rum! Tapas provided by Cake Café, The Pelican Club Restaurant and Bar, and Whole Foods Market!
Limited Seating | Dress to Express
*TICKET PURCHASING COMING SOON! STAY TUNED*
Join Gambit & the Tipitina's Foundation on May 23 for
The 19 Benefit will feature performances by:
New Orleans Suspects
Donald Harrison & The Congo Square Nation
Hot 8 Brass Band,
Stooges Brass Band, and more!
100% of proceeds from the evening's events will benefit the victims of the May 12 shooting.
Two of New Orleans' most fun businesses have come together for a fun, unique fashion show May 24th!
NOLA Bikinis has partnered with Mid-City Lanes Rock n' Bowl for the first
Rock n' Bikini Fashion Show
NOLA Bikinis Collection
POP!Rock PUP!Rock Collections
Live music Clockwork Elvis
NOLA's top fashion models
NOLA Hooping Pre-show
Straight from the trenches of the French Quarter, Sketchy Characters will invade One Eyed Jacks for ONE night and ONE night only. Join us as we take you on the edgiest ride you’ve ever been on.
SKETCHTOWN is a raucous sketch comedy spectacle that can only be described as “Outrageous.”
BOURBON WHIZ is our first musical web series based on the classic Wizard of Oz. We follow Dotty as she tries to buy alcohol on a Sunday in a dry county somewhere in Kansas, then gets denied and ends up taking some magical mushrooms. She gets whisked away in a tornado to the crazy old land of New Orleans. Be with her when she meets the crackhead, strippers, Liars, and Beggars, and Beer OH MY!!
COREY MACK will be the MC for the evening (CORYMACK.US) as well as live performances, burlesque, GOGO Dancers, and DJ Fayard!!
A very entertaining and Unique Event:
Diverse artists, Different canvases and just three hours... The brushes bust out and the paint flies!!
Music by: Matic
Are Battling Live for your highest bid!
The paintings will be sold through silent auction with bidding starting at $100!...bidding closing at 11:30
The Artist with the highest bid WINS!
Come out Friday, May 24th around 8pm to catch the action!
Motown Records and Casablanca Filmworks produced this fun, music- and dance-filled 1978 feature film about a wild night at a Los Angeles discotheque, co-starring Donna Summer (whose "Last Dance" won the Academy Award for Best Song that year) and The Commodores, plus early film roles from Terri Nunn (future lead singer of new wave rock group Berlin) and Jeff Goldblum, as well as the first major film appearance from actress Debra Winger.
MUSICALLY SPEAKING is a series of music-themed movie and documentary screenings, curated/hosted by DJ Soul Sister, and co-presented by Press Street, Charitable Film Network, and WWOZ FM. Free admission and refreshments. Contact email@example.com.
On June 2nd there will be food trucks, Old New Orleans Rum, and more at the Old New Orleans Rum Distillery.
When: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Where: Old New Orleans Rum Distillery
2815 Frenchmen St
The Fat Falafel
Please join us and help My House spread the word.
On Sunday June 2nd @ 5:00 P.M. The Friends Of Mount Olivet Church at 530 Pelican Avenue in Algiers Point are presenting a free concert by Esteemed Organist Maximilian Tenney on their newly renovated 1924 Möller organ.
Donations will be accepted to help defer the costs of the renovation. Festive Gala Reception to follow.
Contact 504-366-4650 for more information or visit www.facebook.com/MountOlivetAlgiersPoint.
CRCL invites you and all your friends to join us on June 13, 2013 for “Party for the Coast” at Generations Hall in New Orleans!
Come celebrate all that we love about the coast while supporting the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana. All proceeds from the event benefit our mission of restoring and protecting the coast! A $25 ticket gets you complimentary Abita Beer, free food and live music provided by the Honey Island Swamp Band!
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the band plays until midnight.
Purchase tickets at www.crcl.org
As the premiere event of the series, University of New Orleans professors Steve Masakowski, Victor Atkins and Edward Petersen – with Grammy Award-winning Irvin Mayfield, NOJO, and special guest Ellis Marsalis himself – will debut big band arrangements of each featured Jazz Masters’ music.
The concert, which is sponsored by The Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living, will be performed at the Joy Theater in New Orleans on Friday, June 21st; doors will open at 7:00pm, and the show will begin at 8:00pm.
A partnership with the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts (GRFA), the night will also feature The Rodrigue Steinway "Blue Dog Piano." The piano – painted by renowned Louisiana artist George Rodrigue and donated by Hall Piano Company – will benefit LSU's School of Music and the arts in education initiatives of GRFA. Rodrigue will also be in attendance as a special guest.
For tickets and information, please visit www.theNOJO.com.
Each year, Forum 35 hosts an unveiling of the Art Melt exhibit for an exclusive group of invested individuals. Tickets to attend the VIP preview party on July 19, 2013 will be made available for online purchase at artmelt.org in June. This multimedia, juried exhibit is the largest in the state, featuring spectacular works for purchase by Louisiana artists. The attendees include Art Melt 2013 artists and sponsors as well as a selective group of industry professionals. Traditionally, all of the artwork is sold at this private event, so if you're interested in purchasing an original piece from Art Melt 2013, we recommend you attend! And remember, spaces are limited and tickets go fast!www.artmelt.org
Art Melt opens July 20th at the Louisiana State Museum in downtown Baton Rouge. This multimedia, juried exhibit is the largest in the state, featuring spectacular works for purchase by Louisiana artists. To celebrate the exhibit opening, a bevy of delicious food and beverage trucks will rev up the fun, as will live music by The Scorseses and performances by other bands and area talent groups like Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre and Swine Palace. www.artmelt.org