Free and open to the public. Please bring canned goods or non-perishable food to support Second Harvest Food Bank for admission. obcm.arch-no.org
1. Archdiocese of New Orleans Gospel Choir,
2. Young Voices of Praise (St. Raymond/St. Leo the Great Catholic Church),
3. Voices of Peter Claver (St. Peter Claver Catholic Church),
4. Xavier University Gospel Choir,
5. Voices of Greatness (St. Raymond/St. Leo the Great Catholic Church),
6. Arc Singers (Blessed Sacrament/St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church),
7. St. Joseph the Worker Gospel Choir (St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church),
8. Diocese of Baton Rouge Gospel Choir,
9. Golden Voices Gospel Choir,
10. Soulful Voices (All Saints Catholic Church)
Dillard University will host its second annual International Arts and Music Festival on the university’s campus on Saturday, September 13 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event is sponsored by the University’s Office of International Students and Study Abroad Programs and will include performances by Casa Samba Brazilian dance and music group, Bamboula 2000, Zion Trinity, and singer Michaela Harrison, to name a few.
The International Arts and Music Festival is a fund-raiser event for the Office of International Students and Study Abroad Programs that aims to promote cultural awareness among students, according to Re’Shawn Rayford, office coordinator. “We hope to raise money from this event to encourage students to study abroad as well as recruit internationally,” Rayford said.
In addition to a stellar entertainment lineup the festival will offer attendees a variety of international cuisine provided by variety of vendors including Sodexo, Boswell Jamaican Grill, Lil Dustin Italian Ice, and Crepes a la Cart. Arts and crafts vendors will also offer unique and eclectic items.
The International Arts & Music Festival is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Rayford at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 816-4926.
The City of Mandeville presents Mandeville Live! Fall 2014. The Fall concert series features 5 FREE Saturday evening concerts at the Mandeville Trailhead in Historic Old Mandeville (675 Lafitte Street) September 6th – October 4th at 6:00 p.m. Gates will open at 5:30 P.M.
So grab your blankets and chairs and kick off the weekend with LIVE music at The Mandeville Trailhead. Food and beverage will be available for purchase. No outside food or beverages allowed.
The National Park Service has chosen a Bananas & Coffees theme at the Downriver Fest 2014! The event will feature coffee and banana themed cooking demos and food booths! Live music including the National Park Service Rangers band. Lectures will be indoors, 3rd Floor of the Old U.S. Mint at Esplanade and Barracks, across from the French Market flea market! Speakers include: Richard Campanella, George Ingmire, Doc Hawley, Ben Sandmel, Sally Asher, Liz Williams and Louisiana State Museum curators.
New Orleans based Sweet Jones, with husband/wife Matthew and Melissa DeOrazio, will bring their musical collaboration to our “Live at LA46” series. Sweet Jone’s Matthew and Melissa DeOrazio, both on guitars and vocals, will feature original compositions, as well as creative interpretations of other artists’ songs, combining elements of electric blues, roots-rock, and Americana. They share a passion for music and creative expression, developed independently over the years in their respective musical worlds. The two have been performing together since 2006, officially forming Sweet Jones in 2009. Sweet Jones performs at 8pm for an hour, and the evening concludes at 10pm.
Homer A. Plessy Community School’s Old Hollywood Gala
7:00 PM September 27, 2014
AP Tureaud Campus – 2021 Pauger Street, New Orleans, LA
The Homer A. Plessy Community School is thrilled to announce its third annual Old Hollywood Gala on September 27, 2014 7:00-10:00 pm at the AP Tureaud Campus, 2021 Pauger Street, New Orleans, LA.
Old Hollywood is the theme for this year’s Plessy School Gala. Guests will stroll down a red carpet and enjoy live music from James Singleton, David Torkanowsky, Johnny Vidacovich and special guests, delectable food and drink from NOLA, Jack Dempsey’s, Sammy’s, Faubourg Wines and AllWays Lounge as well as a silent auction with choice items and gift certificates.
All proceeds will help fund academic programs at the Homer A. Plessy Community School, an arts-integrated, Reggio-inspired, open enrollment OPSB public charter school that just began its second year of operation.