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Dirty Linen Night take to Royal Street this Saturday

White Linen Night took over New Orleans’ Arts District last weekend, so that means it’s Dirty Linen Night’s turn to take over part of the French Quarter this weekend. The […]

Louisiana’s inaugural Flambeau Fest to feature Sam Hunt, Hank Williams Jr., Lynyrd Skynyrd

Gonzales, LA will play host to a new large scale country and Southern rock music festival when the inaugural Flambeau Fest takes over Ascension Fields on October 7 and 8. […]

Cochon De Lait Festival is the latest addition to New Orleans’ exploding food fest scene

In city that already celebrates crawfish, oysters, beignets and burgers, it was only a matter of time before suckling pigs got a day of their own.   On Saturday Oct. […]

Trombone Shorty to perform on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’

Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews will get to hang with his old New Orleans Center for Creative  Arts (NOCCA) classmate, Jon Batiste, when he heads to the Ed Sullivan Theater in […]

Video: Solange collaborates with Incubus in New Orleans

California alt-rockers Incubus got some help from an unlikely guest when they headlined Champions Square in New Orleans on Wednesday night. That guest was R&B singer—and Crescent City resident—Solange, who […]

Gretna Heritage Festival to feature Kiss, Huey Lewis, The B-52’s

Hard rock legends Kiss will headline the Gretna Heritage Festival when the three-day event returns to downtown Gretna, LA from September 29 to October 1. Kiss—who last performed in the […]

Stanton Moore celebrates Jerry Garcia with Gov’t Mule

Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia would have turned 75 on Tuesday, so it’s no surprise that Gov’t Mule chose to memorialize him with a few Grateful Dead covers during their […]

Alt-J announces concert at New Orleans’ Orpheum Theater

English trio alt-J will head to New Orleans on Monday, November 13 when they perform at the Orpheum Theater. The group just added the stop to an upcoming in tour […]

New Orleans Musicians on the Road: Patrick Cooper and Bob Worth’s “Epic Two-City Mississippi Mini Tour”

Ah, New Orleans in the summertime. Tourists evaporate as the festival season ebbs away, business slows to a crawl, the sidewalks bake and shimmer. The city turns into one listless, […]

Joan of Arc Parade founder awarded France’s Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters

Amy Kirk-Duvoisin, founder of New Orleans’ annual Joan of Arc Parade, was awarded France’s Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters (Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres). The […]