Next Fest Thing

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Pull out your festival shirts, hats, flags, chairs and get ready to celebrate the best of New Orleans music from your backyard, your front porch or your air-conditioned living room-anywhere in the world! Check out the schedule, recipes, and more below.

 

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Cubes for Festing in Place: The Next Fest Thing

Fri, 09/11/20
Please note: All times are approximate, and all artists are subject to change. Listen live at this link Click here for more Festing In Place: The Next Fest Thing Downloadable version: Read more

Festing In Place: The Next Fest Thing photos

Sun, 09/06/20
Submit your photo to festinginplace@wwoz.org to be featured in our gallery of OZilians all over the world getting their groove on to the sounds of Labor Day weekend festing at home! Helping us stay together while we're apart. See the entire series at once at this link. Read more

Festing In Place: The Next Fest Thing recipes

Sun, 09/06/20
Authored by Carrie Booher
We all know local festivals aren't just about the music. You've gotta have the right food (and drink), too. Here's a nice round-up of Louisiana festival recipes to try at home! FOOD Five po-boy recipes Crawfish pasta with cream sauce Turkey wing gumbo Jamaican beef patt... Read more

Jazz Fest 2021 Ticket Sweepstakes from AARP

Wed, 08/26/20
Festing In Place is fun, but we're all looking forward to getting back to the "real thing" as soon as it's safe to do so. To that end, AARP is giving away a pair of tickets to Jazz Fest 2021 every day of Festing In Place! Enter for a chance to win by posting a photo of your... Read more

Help support WWOZ with your very own sign by Nan Parati, the sign writer for Jazz Fest

Sat, 08/08/20
At the end of a Jazz Fest day back in 1986, I was out on the field (in what is now the Folk area) writing a stack of band signs for the next day's festival. Two men ambled up and stood, watching me write, though I was more interested in the fact that Aaron Neville was sitti... Read more

Festing In Place: The Next Fest Thing

Mon, 07/20/20
Pull out your festival shirts, hats, flags, chairs and get ready to celebrate the best of New Orleans music from your backyard, your front porch or your air-conditioned living room-anywhere in the world! Check out the schedule, recipes, and more at this link. All artists a... Read more

Festing in Place: The Next Fest Thing

Thu, 07/09/20
  Listen live at this link Click here for more Festing In Place: The Next Fest Thing Most up-to-date cubes can be found at this link In April and May, millions of people worldwide “Fested in Place” with WWOZ. Back by popular demand, we will present a new festival featurin... Read more

Classic Jazz Fest Recipe: Alligator Sauce Piquante

Fri, 04/24/20
From the first (1984) edition of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Cookbook by Lorraine Landry and Lee Barnes. Courtesy NOJ&HF Archive. Alligator Sauce Piquante, as prepared by: Joe Cahn, New Orleans School of Cooking. 1/2 lb. lard 2 lbs. alligator meat, defatted a... Read more

Classic Jazz Fest Recipe: Red Beans and Rice

Fri, 04/24/20
From the first (1984) edition of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Cookbook by Lorraine Landry and Lee Barnes. Courtesy NOJ&HF Archive. Red Beans and Rice as prepared by Judith Burks and Albert Sabi. 1 ham shank 2 lbs. red beans 2 medium onions, chopped 2 stalks cel... Read more

Classic Jazz Fest Recipe: Crawfish Pie

Fri, 04/24/20
From the first (1984) edition of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Cookbook by Lorraine Landry and Lee Barnes. Courtesy NOJ&HF Archive. Crawfish Pie as prepared by John Whelan, Roxanne Enterprises, New Orleans. 1 1/2 lbs. cooked crawfish meat (8-10 lbs. live crawfis... Read more

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