The "future site of the New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park," Louis Armstrong Park is located in the Fauberg Tremé, right outside the French Quarter on North Rampart Street. Armstrong Park was created to honor New Orleans' favorite son, the great Louis Armstrong, and to preserve the site of Congo Square.
We'll be doing a live broadcast from the Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival on Saturday, June 24 starting at 2p.
Here's the broadcast schedule:
2pm- Broadcast will be begin with Jim Hobbs from the station.
2:05- 2:45p Airing of Les Freres Michot set (recorded earlier)
2:50- 3:40p Geno Delafose and French Rockin Boogie (Live)
3:45- 4:30p Airing of Corey Ledet & His Zydeco Band (recorded earlier)
4:35- 5:30p Lost Bayou Ramblers (Live)
5:45-7:00p D.L. Menard with the Jambalaya Cajun Band (Live)
The 2017 Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival – the 11th annual edition of New Orleans’ only festival that features exclusively Cajun and zydeco music - takes place Saturday, June 24, and Sunday, June 25, in Armstrong Park. Admission is free.