What: Music Under the Oaks, a free fall concert series presented by Bellwether Technology and staged in partnership with the Loyola College of Music + Fine Arts and WWNO to celebrate the new Audubon Conservancy. Food and drink will be available for purchase. Contributions to the conservancy directly support the care and operation of Audubon Park, including lawn care, seasonal plantings, protection of historic live oaks and maintenance of recreational features and historic structures.
When: 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on four Friday nights – September 5 & 19 and October 3 & 24
Where: Newman Bandstand at Audubon Park, 6500 Magazine Street, New Orleans, La.
"Noche Flamenca: Direct from Seville, Spain" is an exciting evening of authentic flamenco music and dance. A talented cast of performers, including renowned New Orleans flamenco guitarist John Lawrence and professional flamenco dancer Eliza Llewellyn, are joined by special guests from Andalucia, the birthplace of the art form! The power and beauty of flamenco are expressed through guitar, soulful song, and dance which come together in search of the duende.
Fulton Street’s First Annual Kickoff Concert – FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For the first time ever, Fulton Street venues are coming together to offer a free concert to celebrate the start of the New Orleans Saints regular season.
Rob Base, known for his hits “It Takes Two” and “Joy & Pain,” will headline with special guests the Pocket Aces Brass Band. In addition, this event will be the debut appearance for Rob Ryan’s Dance Team.
Sponsoring Fulton Street venues include Apres Lounge, Ernst Café, Manning’s, Grand Isle and Fulton Alley. Additional sponsors include Absolut, Avion, Malibu and Jameson.
Portions of the proceeds befitting the local nonprofit - Son of a Saint - a local non-profit organization focused on enhancing the lives of father-absent young men through mentorship, education, mental health and sports.
What: Rock the CASA to benefit children in foster care in Orleans and Jefferson Parish
When: September 5th
Tickets: Can be purchased on the House of Blues Website
What: Doors to the Parish Room open at 6:30 for general admission. We have an awesome lineup, with South Jones kicking things off at 7:30, The Honorable South headlining at 8:45 and Jeanne from ROCK 96.3 as your MC for the night! The VIP party cost $45 and starts at 6 PM in the exclusive Foundation Room of the House of Blues (VIPs have access to this room all night!). This piece also has complimentary beer, wine, and passed hors d'eurve and a special acoustic performance from The Breton Sound.
Please let me know if you have any questions. The event can also be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/346482752195197/
Join one of our celebrity guest artists from our “Songs for Junior Rangers” CD, award winning children’s musician and author Johnette Downing. Johnette will perform a concert and sing along especially suited for young le from Pre-school to 3rd grade.
True to their name, The Frenchmen St. All Stars can generally be found playing at The Spotted Cat on Frenchmen Street, New Orleans. This quartet entertains audiences with a repertoire that ranges from classic New Orleans R&B to jazz standards.
A native of Jackson, Mississippi, Tonya began singing in church choir as a child. Recording with Jean Knight on the "Queen" record in 1999 inspired her to pursue singing as a career. Her band features keyboards, guitar, drums, and bass playing adult contemporary R&B. Tonya's original songs feature catchy hooks, smooth jazz backing tracks and positive messages.
On 9/5/14, G-Eazy returns to his home stage. It was at Republic that G-Eazy found his legs, formed his style, and launched what has become an astronomically successful career. Fresh off the release of These Things Happen and a featured live performance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, G is pulling out all the stops to show his home town just how far he’s come… and just how far he’s going.