2023 New Orleans Jazz Fest after dark: 50 options for the first week's nighttime music (2023)

  • BY KEITH SPERA | Staff writer

If you think the daytime New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is jam-packed with music, you’re right. But after dark, music venues across the city are just as busy.

As with the festival itself, you simply can’t see and hear it all. But here are more than 50 night shows during the next week that are worth the sleep deprivation.


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Southwest Louisiana guitar-slinger CC Adcock does double duty at Chickie Wah Wah on Jazz Fest Eve: he’ll front his band the Lafayette Marquis and also back Tommy McLain, the swamp pop legend for whom Adcock produced the acclaimed 2022 album “I Ran Down Every Dream” ($35 advance, $45 day of show).

Guitarist, singer and songwriter Anders Osborne headlines Tipitina’s on a bill with Anna Moss & the Nightshades ($39).

Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro presents a “Saxophone Summit” featuring Tony Dagradi, of Astral Project; Charlie Gabriel, of Preservation Hall; and Roger Lewis, of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, with shows at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Thursday ($35).

Rock ‘N’ Bowl hosts a Zydeco Night double bill with Geno Delafose and Chubby Carrier ($17).

The Preservation Hall Jazz Band hits the Toulouse Theatre, the venue co-owned by Pres Hall leader Ben Jaffe ($30).

Billy & the Kids, an all-star jam band founded by Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann, plays two highly improvisational sets at the Saenger Theatre, augmented by contemporary bluegrass singer-songwriter Molly Tuttle ($59.50 and up).

The New Orleans Klezmer Allstars get the crowd moving at d.b.a. on Frenchmen Street at 8 p.m. ($15). Blues guitarist Little Freddie King takes over the d.b.a. stage at 11 p.m. ($15).

It’s not particularly Jazz Fest-y, but industrial rock band Ministry headlines the Fillmore, on a bill with Gary Numan and Front Line Assembly ($42.50 and up).

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On Jazz Fest’s opening night, funk veterans Tower of Power and relative newcomers Lettuce share the Saenger Theatre stage with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra ($45 and up).

Blues guitarist and singer Little Freddie King, a Jazz Fest veteran dating back to its first year, plugs in at BJ’s Lounge in Bywater.

Singer-songwriter Paul Sanchez rides shotgun over his all-star Rolling Roadshow at Chickie Wah Wah ($25 advance, $32 day of show).

The night before they play just ahead of Ed Sheeran at the Fair Grounds, the Revivalists headline their hometown Fillmore, with J and the Causeways opening ($46). The show will also be livestreamed on Veeps.

Drummer Jason Marsalis and his quartet are augmented by vibraphonist Warren Wolf at Snug Harbor, which will temporarily move its weekend start times to 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. during Jazz Fest ($40).

Members of the Nth Power and Dumpstaphunk team up for a Gap Band tribute at the Toulouse Theatre starting very late Friday (technically early Saturday) at 1:45 a.m. at the Toulouse Theatre.

The unconventional jam band Ween opens the first of two nights at the Orpheum Theater ($56 and up).

The Ace Hotel's annual "Six of Saturns" music festival at its Three Keys venue opens with Brooklyn-born contemporary R&B singer Yaya Bey ($10).

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The seventh annual edition of Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews' star-studded "Treme Threauxdown" takes over the Saenger on Jazz Fest's first Saturday with special guests Eric Church, Mavis Staples, Robert Glasper, the New Breed Brass Band and opening act Dumpstaphunk.

Cuban Afro-funk band Cimafunk, whose namesake now lives in New Orleans, headlines "CimaFest," an evening of Afro-Cuban funk at the Civic Theatre. In addition to CimaFunk, the bill includes fellow Cubans Brenda Navarrete, La Dame Blanche and Pedrito Martinez, Haiti’s Paul Beaubrun, plus trumpeter Maurice Brown and New Orleans singers Angelika “Jelly” Joseph and Big Chief Juan Pardo.

The Joy Theater hosts “Take Me to the River All-Stars: A Celebration of New Orleans and Memphis Music” built around the “Take Me to the River” music documentary series. Scheduled performers include Irma Thomas, Bobby Rush, George Porter Jr., William Bell, Ivan Neville, Luther Dickinson, Eric Krasno, Ian Neville, Cody Dickinson, Ian Neville, Bo Dollis Jr., Anjelika “Jelly” Joseph, Joe Ashlar and more; Galactic bassist Rob Mercurio is the music director ($39 and up).

The mighty Dirty Dozen Brass Band kicks brass at d.b.a. at 10 p.m. ($25). Later Saturday, guitarist Eric Roberts presides over a 1 a.m. show ($20).

It's a big night of blues guitar at the Fillmore as the North Mississippi Allstars, Tab Benoit and Samantha Fish share a bill ($39.50).

Vocalist Susan Cowsill revives her “Covered in Vinyl” series at Chickie Wah Wah by covering Linda Ronstadt’s “Simple Dreams” album at 8 p.m. ($27.50 advance, $35 day of show). Chickie Wah Wah presents a separate Saturday night show with Grammy-winning brass band the New Orleans Nightcrawlers at 11 p.m. ($30 advance, $40 day of show).

Keyboardist Jon Cleary’s Funky New Orleans R&B Revue at the outdoors Broadside features special guests John Boutte, Al “Carnival Time” Johnson, James Rivers and more ($35).

R&B and soul singer Teedra Moses teams up with The Artist Jade at the Ace Hotel's Three Keys venue ($30 and up).

Jam band moe. kicks off the first of two nights at Tipitina’s ($35 per night or $65 for two-night pass).

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Very late on Saturday (technically very early on Sunday), Tipitina’s hosts saxophonist Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe starting at 2 a.m. ($37).

Catch trombone-powered funk-rock band Bonerama plus trumpeter Kermit Ruffins at Rock ‘N’ Bowl ($20).

New Orleans piano prince Davell Crawford holds court at Snug Harbor at 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. ($40, if tickets remain).

Staind frontman turned outlaw country singer Aaron Lewis brings his acoustic show to the Mahalia Jackson Theater ($35).

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It’s “Funk ‘n’ Chant” night at d.b.a. with Big Chief Monk Boudreaux and keyboardist John “Papa” Gros at 10 p.m. ($25).

In one of the weekend’s more unusual pairings, southwest Louisiana slide guitar wizard Sonny Landreth shares a bill at Rock ‘N’ Bowl with ELO tribute band Livin’ Things and rockabilly veterans Johnny J & the Hitmen ($30).

The scaled-down BeauSoleil Quartet swings into Chickie Wah Wah with a program of Cajun music at 8 p.m. ($30 advance, $40 day of show).

Later on Sunday, Chickie Wah Wah presents guitaristDuane Betts with Johnny Stachela at 11 p.m. ($25 advance, $32 day of show).

Ahead of the impending release of her new self-titled album, contemporary Christian pop star Lauren Daigle sings and chats for a special “To Know Me One Night Only Concert” at the Orpheum Theater ($39.50 and up).

Acclaimed New York jazz singer Catherine Russell does two shows at Snug Harbor ($40).

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New Orleans jazz drummer Herlin Riley, who spent 17 years with the Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, powers his own combo at Café Istanbul inside the New Orleans Healing Center at 8 p.m. ($35). Following Riley, Café Istanbul presents avant-jazz bassist James Singleton’s Malabar at 10:30 p.m. ($25 advance, $30 door) and finally Naughty Professorat 1 a.m. ($25 advance, $30 door).

On one of the weekend’s more musically extreme showcases, soul/rock/funk power trio the Nth Power presents “Nth Utero,” a tribute to Nirvana’s “In Utero” album featuring avant-jazz saxophonist Skerik and cellist Helen Gillet at the outdoor Broadside ($25 and up).


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The 10th annual "Shorty Fest" at Tipitina’s, a benefit for the Trombone Shorty Foundation, features Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Galactic, Tank and the Bangas and students from the Trombone Shorty Foundation inside the club ($100 and up). Earlier, a free outdoor "Cultural Block Party" on Napoleon Avenue outside the club kicks off at 5 p.m. with the Knockaz Brass Band, followed by the Pinettes Brass Band, a battle between the Sophie B. Wrightand McDonogh 35 high school marching bands, the Rising Stars Fife and Drum Band, Trombone Shorty Academy students and alumni and Big Chief Juan Pardo & the Golden Comanches. At 7:10 p.m., just before the Golden Comanches, Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews will be inducted into the Tipitina’s Walk of Fame. There will also be a kids’ area, a silent auction and food trucks.

WWOZ’s annual Piano Night fundraiser takes over the House of Blues with more than a dozen ivory-ticklers. At press time, only VIP tickets were available, for $750.

Indie-pop duo Alexis & the Sanity are at Chickie Wah Wah at 7 p.m. ($15 advance, $22 day of show. Later Monday, keyboardist Nigel Hall and trumpeter Eric “Benny” Bloom team up for a tribute to the Crusaders at Chickie Wah Wah at 10 p.m. ($20 advance, $30 day of show).

It’s a big day and night at d.b.a. with a free show by the Happy Talk Band feat. Arlo Allen at 3 p.m., vocalist John Boutte at 6 p.m. ($25), drummer Johnny Vidacovich with fellow drummer Mike Clark, trumpeter/keyboardist Nicholas Payton and singer Sasha Masakowski at 9 p.m. ($25) and a midnight show with trombonist Glen David Andrews($15).

The Charmaine Neville Band cranks out New Orleans jazz, funk, R&B, blues and beyond at Snug Harbor at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. ($30).


On Tuesday afternoon, Tipitina’s hosts a 400th anniversary celebration for Zildjian, the drum, cymbal and percussion manufacturer founded in 1623. More than a dozen drummers are slated to perform from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., including Dennis Chambers, Stanton Moore, Herlin Riley, Nikki Glaspie, Jason Marsalis, Doug Belote, Jamison Ross and Adam Deitch; they’ll be backed by a house band that includes Ivan Neville, Tony Hall, Eric Krasno and more ($25).

Later Tuesday, Tipitina’s has Dragon SmokeIvan Neville, Eric Lindell and Galactic’s Stanton Moore and Rob Mercurio — at 9 p.m., with Ghalia Volt opening ($35).

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Guitarists Anders Osborne and John Fohl team up with accordion and harmonica player Johnny Sansone at 8 p.m. at Chickie Wah Wah ($40 advance, $50 day of show, if available). Later on Tuesday, guitarist Grainne Duffy, fellow guitarist Marc Ford (formerly of the Black Crowes) and Papa Mali plug in at Chickie Wah Wah at 11 p.m. ($20 advance, $27 day of show).

Trumpeter Maurice “MoBetta” Brown pushes the boundaries of contemporary jazz when he’s not touring with the likes of Kamasi Washington or Silk Sonic’s Anderson.Paak and Bruno Mars. Brown fires up two shows at Snug Harbor, at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. ($35).

Seal and his lush voice celebrate the 30th anniversary of his "Seal I" and "Seal II" albums at the Saenger Theatre, on a bill with the Buggles.

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Snug Harbor’s Piano Summit features Marcia Ball, Tom McDermott and Paul Longstreth at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. ($35).

The heavily percussive Haitian band RAM, whose members settled in New Orleans last year, hits the Café Istanbul stage at 8 p.m. ($30 advance, $35 door).

The Radiators rev up at the Civic Theatre for their annual mid-Jazz Fest week reunion ($55 and up).

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What time do the gates open at the New Orleans Jazz Festival? ›

Music fans will converge on the Fair Grounds Race Course when gates open at 11 a.m. and dash to find a spot in front of one of the 14 stages or tents featuring some of the best musicians in the world.

Is New Orleans Jazz Fest worth it? ›

July 8, 2022 | Rating: 4.5/5 | Full Review… The kind of electric, spirit-lifting music documentary that will make you want to reinvent your life so that you can live your entire existence in the heart of Louisiana.

What are the dates of the 2023 New Orleans Jazz Festival? ›

What are the hours of the New Orleans Jazz Fest? ›

When and where is it held? April 28, April 29 & April 30 and May 4 – May 7, 2023. The Heritage Fair takes place at the Fair Grounds Race Course, centrally located at 1751 Gentilly Boulevard, 10 minutes from the French Quarter. Hours are 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Can you bring a cooler to Jazz Fest New Orleans? ›

Coolers and outside food or beverage (except for bottled water) are not allowed. October in New Orleans is pleasant—typically cool with a warm breeze—so check the forecast and plan accordingly. If there's been rain, wear your rain boots (because there will almost certainly be mud).

What shoes to wear to New Orleans Jazz Fest? ›

Shoes - Flip-flops are great and tennis shoes will work as well.
And just pay attention to these last tips, and you'll be fine:
  • The most readily available opportunity to potty is a port-o-let, so please be aware of that. ...
  • Feel free to stake out a spot and leave your blankets and chairs to go check out some other stages.
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Is New Orleans crowded during Jazz Fest? ›

The Fest generally attracts around 500,000 people — more than the entire population of New Orleans — to the Fair Grounds during the two long weekends.

What do you wear to a jazz club in New Orleans? ›

What should I wear to a jazz club in New Orleans? The jazz club scene in New Orleans is dark and moody. The trend is very hipster so you can't go wrong with a jeans a cool top and a leather jacket. I suggest wearing something that you feel good in and would typically wear out to a bar for girls night or a date.

What is the best jazz street in New Orleans? ›

Once a hidden gem among locals, Frenchmen Street is now recognized as one of New Orleans' best spots for finding live music. The sounds of jazz, reggae, and blues spill out of clubs lining the corridor making for a buzzing and vibrant atmosphere.

Does New Orleans Jazz Fest sell out? ›

They sell out. Pay attention. The Offbeat and WWOZ will cover events at the clubs. What are the best jazz clubs in New Orleans?

Who is playing at the New Orleans Jazz Fest 2023? ›

Dead & Company, Ed Sheeran, Lizzo, Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers, Santana, Jon Batiste, Jill Scott, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Kane Brown, H.E.R., Steve Miller Band, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Gary Clark Jr., Leon Bridges, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Plus Hundreds More!

When to visit New Orleans 2023? ›

The best time to visit New Orleans is from February to May when the weather is comfortably cool and the celebrations are in full swing. If you're not interested in Mardi Gras mania, plan to visit in December or January, when the city is calm and you don't have to worry about making hotel reservations a year in advance.

What should I bring to Nola Jazz Fest? ›

Collapsible chairs, blankets and ground tarps are ideal for sitting down and enjoying the concerts throughout the fairgrounds. Sunscreen is also a must. Other than factory-sealed water bottles, no outside food or beverages are allowed upon entry.

What can I bring into Jazz Fest New Orleans? ›

So, what is allowed? Festival organizers outline a list of items that are allowed into the festival:
  • Small bags and backpacks (17″ x 12″ x 10″)
  • 12-pack or smaller soft coolers.
  • Factory-sealed bottled water for personal consumption.
  • Single, collapsible chairs.
  • Wheelchairs, medical scooters.
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Where can I hear jazz during the day in New Orleans? ›

Great jazz can be heard all over this town – in the French Quarter, the Marigny, the Treme, uptown on Oak Street and on St. Claude Avenue. From traditional jazz to acid jazz, there's something for every ear, every day of the week.

How should I dress for a jazz festival? ›

The best looks for a jazz club include high-end jackets for men and black gowns for women. You can also go for anything you would like to wear, from office to casual wear and everything in between. Not many people will care or make remarks about what you wear, so put on what feels good.

Can you bring reusable water bottle to jazz fest? ›

We encourage attendees to bring an empty reusable water bottle or consider purchasing a reusable Jazz Fest stainless tumbler from an official merchandise tent.

What should I wear to the Jazz Cafe? ›

There is no dress code at The Jazz Cafe. Our cloakroom is available for £2.50 per item. Both cash and card payments accepted. Please e-mail lostproperty@thejazzcafelondon.com for any missing items.

Can you wear socks to jazz? ›

Are You Supposed To Wear Socks With Jazz Shoes? Jazz shoes are meant to be worn with tights or bare feet, but thin socks can be worn at the dancers' preference. Some dancers like to wear socks to protect the inside of the shoes from becoming damaged from sweat and wear.

How to prepare for Jazz Fest? ›

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  5. Where to stay for NOLA Jazz Festival. ...
  6. Don't just stick to the main stage. ...
  7. Buy the tickets on the day. ...
  8. Take a chair or blanket.
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Do people wear cowboy boots in New Orleans? ›

You won't find cowboy boots being worn regularly in most of the US. I live in Louisiana and plenty of people here wear cowboy boots including my husband and daughters.

How do you get a booth at the Jazz Fest in New Orleans? ›

Apply at www.nojazzfest.com. Call 504.410. 4100.

How far is Jazz Fest from French Quarter? ›

It's about a 3 mile ride from the French Quarter, and there are bicycle corrals at both the Gentilly and Sauvage entrances.

What is the difference between Jazz Fest and French Quarter fest? ›

The FQF talent is professional grade, very carefully chosen and rehearsed, certainly not "open mike". However, at Jazz Fest there is somewhat more emphasis on contemporary music on the "feature" (headliner) stages, while at FQF there is somewhat more emphasis on traditional music on the "feature" (headliner) stages .

What is smart casual dress code? ›

Smart casual includes items like blazers, sports jackets, dresses, sweaters, trousers, khakis, skirts, blouses, button-down shirts, polos, dress shoes, boots, heels, flats, scarves and jewelry.

Are there dress codes in New Orleans? ›

New Orleans is a pretty laid-back city regarding dressing code. Unless you attend a special event, upscale restaurant, wedding, or Mardi Gras Ball – you can dress pretty casually. Cotton Dresses, Shorts, Tank tops, and jeans are all perfectly fine to wear in New Orleans.

What is the best part of Bourbon Street? ›

Upper Bourbon is the area best known to visitors — the land of lots of neon, roaming bachelor and bachelorette parties, strip clubs, and enormous drinks served in souvenir cups. Lower Bourbon has most of the above, but not in such intense concentration; it includes the LGBTQ blocks of Bourbon.

What is the most famous jazz bar in New Orleans? ›

1. Preservation Hall. Preservation Hall is an iconic jazz bar in New Orleans which is steeped in history.

What is the most hipster neighborhood in New Orleans? ›

CBD/Warehouse District

Popular with business travelers and conventioneers, the once low-key area has perked up in recent years thanks to its growing ranks of hip hotels, trendy restaurants, and popular concert halls.

What New Orleans street is famous for its nightlife? ›

Nocturnal. For many New Orleans visitors, Bourbon Street embodies the life of a party town. The street is lit by neon lights, throbbing with music and decorated by beads and balconies.

Is New Orleans Jazz Fest kid friendly? ›

Your kids will love the puppet shows, kids jazz bands, youth choirs, and more. Some might recommend going on Thursdays or Fridays to avoid the larger crowds but some of the best acts are on the weekend so we say "just go for it."

How much money does Jazz Fest bring to New Orleans? ›

“The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has an economic impact of more than $300 million a year on New Orleans and the surrounding region,” said Scott Aiges, the director of programs, marketing and communications of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation.

Where is the New Orleans Jazz Fest 2023? ›

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Fair Grounds Race Course, often known as New Orleans Fair Grounds, is a thoroughbred racetrack and racino in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is operated by Churchill Downs Louisiana Horseracing Company, LLC.

How many stages are there at New Orleans Jazz Fest? ›

Music fans poured into the Fair Grounds Race Course when gates opened at 11 a.m. They wandered among 14 stages or tents, many spreading blankets or tarps and setting up folding chairs, laying claim to spots where their favorite artists were to perform.

What is the New Orleans festival in July 2023? ›

Running of the Bulls

This annual activity pays homage to the Spanish influence throughout New Orleans. Running of the Bulls and surrounding events are July 14-16, 2023.

Who replaced Rolling Stones at Jazz Fest? ›

Fleetwood Mac replaces Rolling Stones at Jazz Fest; refund information announced. NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Fleetwood Mac has been added to the Thursday, May 2 music lineup for the 50th Anniversary New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

What is the cheapest month to go to New Orleans? ›

The Cheapest Time to Visit New Orleans

While you can find affordability as soon as late June and into early September, July and August are by far the cheapest months to fly to and stay in NOLA.

What month is best to go to New Orleans? ›

The best time to visit New Orleans is during the months of October, January, March, and April. These are the cheapest least busy times of the year.

What days of the week are best to be in New Orleans? ›

If you're new to New Orleans and want to make the most of your time, visiting on a Monday-Thursday will give you optimal views of Jackson Square, plenty of space to explore the French Market, and a cozy ride along the streetcar. Make sure to take advantage of other attractions throughout the city as well.

What items to bring on a music festival? ›

15 Music Festival Essentials
  • Waterproof Everything. Water and Music Festivals just seem to go together, either due to the weather or that water slide that is just all to tempting. ...
  • Re-hydration. ...
  • Re-usable Water Bottle, Pint Cup + Accessories. ...
  • Quick Dry Towel. ...
  • Hammock. ...
  • Solar Powered Everything. ...
  • Sun Protection. ...
  • Day Bag.

What does New Orleans jazz consist of? ›

Traditional New Orleans jazz is band music characterized by a front line usually consisting of cornet (or trumpet), clarinet, and trombone engaging in polyphony with varying degrees of improvisation (without distorting the melody) and driven by a rhythm section consisting of piano (although rarely before 1915), guitar ...

Where do you park for Jazz Fest New Orleans? ›

Jazz Fest– 1751 Gentilly Blvd
  • P358201 N Carrollton Ave. 1.29 mi walking distance.
  • P3361233 N Rampart St. 1.48 mi walking distance.
  • P921528 S. Broad Avenue. 1.61 mi walking distance.
  • P338420 N Rampart St. 1.76 mi walking distance.
  • P337342 N Rampart St. 1.78 mi walking distance.
  • P3081001 Iberville St. 1.88 mi walking distance.

What time do the gates open at the New Orleans jazz Festival? ›

Music fans will converge on the Fair Grounds Race Course when gates open at 11 a.m. and dash to find a spot in front of one of the 14 stages or tents featuring some of the best musicians in the world.

What are the hours of nola jazz fest? ›

The Heritage Fair takes place at the Fair Grounds Race Course, centrally located at 1751 Gentilly Boulevard, 10 minutes from the French Quarter. Hours are 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

What time does the Nice Jazz Festival start? ›

Doors open at 6:30pm.

What time does music on festival start? ›

Saturday, May 6th from 12.00 til 23.00 and on Sunday, May 7th from 13:00 till 23:00.

What time does music start at Beautiful Days festival? ›

There are two main bars, a village shop, cashpoints, and showers on site. On Friday, the gates open at around 9am, with the music starting at 6pm on the two main stages and lasts until midnight - with the other smaller stages offering late night entertainment until around 2am.

Where is nice jazz festival? ›

It is one of the great musical events of the Côte d'Azur: its 70 year anniversary will be celebrated this year. It takes place in two venues: the green theatre of Nice (1,000 seats) and the Scène Massena (6,000 seats), located in one of the main squares of the city center.

How should I dress for a jazz fest? ›

Comfortable clothes and shoes

While this is an individual choice, some things are universal: breathable, light fabrics (cotton and linen, for example); shoes you can stand and walk in for hours in grass, dust and mud; some sort of hat; and sunglasses.

Can I wear jeans to a jazz club? ›

Black denim jeans

The bottom of your outfit is crucial to dress well for a jazz concert. Wear quality, well-fitting denim jeans to accentuate your legs and make them appear longer. Put on a classic pair of slim black jeans, and make sure you wear them according to your shoe height, with the right fit and length.

What is the best street in New Orleans for jazz? ›

Once a hidden gem among locals, Frenchmen Street is now recognized as one of New Orleans' best spots for finding live music. The sounds of jazz, reggae, and blues spill out of clubs lining the corridor making for a buzzing and vibrant atmosphere.

What is the most famous jazz place in New Orleans? ›

1. Preservation Hall. Preservation Hall is an iconic jazz bar in New Orleans which is steeped in history.

Does nola jazz fest sell out? ›

Krewe of Jazz Fest

A limited number of tickets are sold (first come, first served). Krewe of Jazz Fest VIP often sells out – patrons are encouraged to purchase early.


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