Arts & Entertainment in New Orleans (Louisiana)

Voodoo Music + Arts Experience
  • Voodoo Music + Arts Experience

    4 Golf Dr 70124 New Orleans LA United States
    In its 16 year history, Voodoo has hosted over 2,000 artists & attracted over 300,000 music fans. From world renowned artists such as Pearl Jam, Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, Eminem, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tiesto, Nine Inch Nails, Muse, KISS, Calvin Harris, Deadmau5, The Black Keys, Neil Young, Green Day, Snoop Dogg, Duran Duran, R.E.M., My Chemical Romance, 50 Cent and 311 to New Orleans’ own musicians including The Original Meters, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, The Preservation Hall ...
Mid-City Lanes Rock n Bowl
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation
Preservation Hall
  • Preservation Hall

    726 St Peter St 70116 New Orleans LA United States
The Saenger Theatre
  • The Saenger Theatre

    1111 Canal St 70112 New Orleans LA United States
    The Saenger Theatre in New Orleans, Louisiana is the Gulf Coast's premier live entertainment venue. The 'Grand Dame of the South' reopened its doors in September 2013 after suffering severe damage in Hurricane Katrina. The $53 million redevelopment project features an authentic restoration of the original 1927 design, including restorations and recreations of the original finishes and color schemes. New, state of the art building and technical systems, including an expanded theatre stage house, ensures that the Saenger will be ...
Prytania Theatre
  • Prytania Theatre

    5339 Prytania St 70115 New Orleans LA United States
    The Prytania Theatre is the oldest Single Screen- Movie House still operating in Louisiana. The Prytania is the first theatre in New Orleans to convert to Digital Cinema and have Digital 3D
Civic Theatre
  • Civic Theatre

    510 O' Keefe Ave 70113 New Orleans LA United States
    Originally built in 1906 (as The Shubert), the Civic has loomed large in the imagination of New Orleans for decades. Over its varied history, it has hosted vaudeville, burlesque, musicals, and disco. In 2011, after years of neglect, the Civic was transformed through an extensive and meticulous renovation effort. The goal was to preserve the building’s architectural character while introducing state-of-the-art AV technology and an innovative hydraulic flooring system that allows for multiple configurations. Today, the Civic is alive and kicking once ...
Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts
French Quarter Festivals, Inc
The Dragon's Den
  • The Dragon's Den

    435 Esplanade Ave 70116 New Orleans LA United States
    The two-story building known as the Dragon’s Den has long sat at the end points of both the Decatur and Frenchmen street music rows. The club has 3 three main spaces. The front room hosts a mix of live bands and DJ-themed nights. So at various times the club will host regulars such as the Bayou Saints on Thursday, Up Up We Go on Friday, and the enchanting trad jazz ensemble Loose Marbles on Saturday. The cozy upstairs room hosts a ...
Orpheum Theater New Orleans
  • Orpheum Theater New Orleans

    129 Roosevelt Way 70112 New Orleans LA United States
    The Orpheum Theater is a nearly century-old Beaux Arts theater in the heart of New Orleans’ Central Business District. Built in 1918, the iconic space – which is one of the few remaining vertical hall designs in the US - has hosted vaudeville acts, silent films, movies, corporate meetings, weddings and countless concerts. More than a stunning historical structure, this reimagined space brings an entirely new tier of entertainment and private event space to New Orleans.
UNO Lakefront Arena
Bayou Boogaloo Music Festival
Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans
  • Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans

    900 Camp St 70130 New Orleans LA United States
    The Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) was formed in the fall of 1976 by a passionate group of visual artists when the movement to tear down the walls between visual and performing arts was active nationwide. The CAC began as an artist-run, artist-driven community organization in the nearly empty arts district of New Orleans. As the burgeoning arts district grew, so did the CAC, evolving to meet the increasing needs of a diverse audience and artist communities. Renovated in 1990, and ...
Bourbon Heat
  • Bourbon Heat

    711 Bourbon Street (btwn St Peter & Orleans) New Orleans, LA 70116 United States
    Incredible courtyard oasis, delicious local & grilled cuisine & tasty drinks are served, #1 dance club with best DJs, light shows & balcony in French Quarter, staff makes you feel like family. It is where the locals hangout & visitors come back to.
Art of George Rodrigue
New Orleans Greek Festival
  • New Orleans Greek Festival

    1200 Robert E Lee Blvd 70122 New Orleans LA United States
    MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Friday, May 26 — 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM Saturday, May 27 — 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM Sunday, May 28 — 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM Come out and enjoy our annual Hellenic party with a uniquely New Orleans flair! Tireless volunteers have been hard at work preparing old favorites and new additions! Join us for delicious food, delightful drinks, and entertainment the entire family will enjoy. Opa! Entrance $7 • Children Under 12 Free Check out more info on our ...
OffBeat Magazine
  • OffBeat Magazine

    421 Frenchmen St 70116 New Orleans LA United States
    New Orleans and Louisiana's monthly music, food, art, and culture magazine. Free throughout the metro-New Orleans area. National and International Subscriptions available: Download the FREE OffBeat Mobile iPhone/Android App: Subscribe to the Weekly Beat e-Newsletter: For the latest news: Nightly Concert Schedule:
Magic 101.9
  • Magic 101.9

    400 Poydras, 8th Floor 70130 New Orleans LA United States
    We play Better Music for a Better Workday...or a Better Weekend! Keeping things bright and upbeat at work and helping you stay stress free all day. We hope you'll "LIKE" our Facebook page. Comment often and tell us what you think and enjoy listening on the radio, online or on our app! Need to call us? Studio: 504-260-1019 Office: 504-526-3000 (Note that our general contest rules apply to all Facebook contests unless otherwise stated. Those rules can be found at
New Orleans Airlift
New Orleans Jazz Market
  • New Orleans Jazz Market

    1436 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd 70113 New Orleans LA United States
    The New Orleans Jazz Market’s home is on Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard. Formerly Dryades Street, this Central City neighborhood produced Jazz legends such as Buddy Bolden, Kid Ory and Jelly Roll Morton. The neighborhood was flourishing, culturally diverse and home to African American, Jewish and Italian merchants in the early to mid-1900s. In the years since Hurricane Katrina, Central City has experienced a resurgence in business and foot traffic. The Jazz Market is a proud part of Central City’s ...
NOLA Caribbean Festival
The Sugar Mill
  • The Sugar Mill

    1021 Convention Center Blvd 70130 New Orleans LA United States
    What originally operated as a sugar holding facility in the 19th century, The Sugar Mill stays true to it's warehouse roots with original steel I-beams and exposed brick on the interior. The venue is a raw space that offers 25,000 square feet of interior space, designed in neutral tones and a 15,000 square foot beautifully landscaped courtyard with brick pavers that lights up beautifully at night. Have your vision come to life without the fixed decor of ordinary venues and ...
Generations Hall
  • Generations Hall

    310 Andrew Higgins Dr 70130 New Orleans LA United States
    With three spacious rooms which can be rented either separately or as a whole, Generations Hall can accommodate any group, large or small. Our three primary spaces are: The Metropolitan One, The Metropolitan Two and The Big Room. The facility is perfect for private functions, banquets, concerts, luncheons, and convention meetings of any size. Generations Hall provides a unique New Orleans atmosphere for any event. Originally built in the early 1820s as a sugar refinery and decorated with with artwork by ...
Ashé Cac
  • Ashé Cac

    1712 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd 70113 New Orleans LA United States
    Efforts of Grace, Inc. produces and presents performing and visual arts programs; music and spoken word recordings; literary and media activities; community festivals and cultural commemorations; and arts, cultural education and physical fitness classes. In addition, Efforts of Grace is a convener, host, catalyst and collaborator for a wide range of meetings, discussions and initiatives aimed at creating a better New Orleans and a better world.
The National Fried Chicken Festival
New Orleans Jazz Fest Krewe
  • New Orleans Jazz Fest Krewe

    1751 Gentilly Blvd 70119 New Orleans LA United States
    We are a group of fans from around the world that LOVE the New Orleans Jazz Fest! All are welcome -- please join the conversation. The dates for this year's fest are April 26-28 & May 2- 5, 2013.
Official Artists of Jackson Square
New Orleans Film Society
  • New Orleans Film Society

    1215 Prytania St. Suite 423 70130 New Orleans LA United States
    The New Orleans Film Society discovers, cultivates, and amplifies diverse voices of filmmakers who tell the stories of our time. We produce the Academy-accredited New Orleans Film Festival annually and invest year-round in building a vibrant film culture in the South to share transformative cinematic experiences with audiences, and connect dynamic filmmakers to career-advancing resources. The 2017 New Orleans Film Festival will take place October 11-19 at venues across the city.
George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts
BB's Stage Door Canteen
Downtown Gallery
the mudlark public theatre
  • the mudlark public theatre

    1200 Port St 70117 New Orleans LA United States
    A black box performance space, featuring theatrical confections as well a experimental and acoustic music. Book at
New Orleans Opera Association
NOLA Paint & Party
  • NOLA Paint & Party

    6200 St. Charles Ave. 70118 New Orleans LA United States
    Grab your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint a custom masterpiece with step-by-step instructions from our local talented artists. Our friendly and festive atmosphere will inspire you. We provide 3 hour painting classes, and specialize in groups, corporate events, and mobile paint parties at a location of your choice!
Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center
  • Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center

    1618 Oretha C Haley Blvd 70113 New Orleans LA United States
    ZEITGEIST has been bringing alternative art to New Orleans since November 1986. We operate without any paid staff or public funds. ADVANCED TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR ALL ZEITGEIST EVENTS AT OUR BOX OFFICE (which opens one hour prior to the first event each night) OR OVER THE PHONE WITH A CREDIT CARD – (504) 352-1150 (after the box office opens)
Smoothie King Center
R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
Mid-City Theatre
  • Mid-City Theatre

    3540 Toulouse St 70119 New Orleans LA United States
    Formerly an active theater located at 3540 Toulouse St., Mid City Theatre now collaborates with Theatre Lab NOLA to produce live theatre in unique places in New Orleans. From art galleries to abandoned warehouse apartments... Mid City Theater and TLNOLA have no boundaries. Check out more at
Champions Square
  • Champions Square

    Lasalle Street 70113 New Orleans LA United States
    Champions Square is a state of the art outdoor festival space located across from the Superdome. The Square is the perfect place to get your game face on!
New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane
Paint and Jrink
  • Paint and Jrink

    622 Elysian Fields Ave 70117 New Orleans LA United States
    Bring your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, invite your friends, and enjoy step-by-step instruction with our experienced and enthusiastic local artist.
Michalopoulos Gallery
  • Michalopoulos Gallery

    617 Bienville St 70130 New Orleans LA United States
    The Michalopoulos Gallery is home to the creations of celebrated New Orleans based artist James Michalopoulos.
M Francis Gallery and Studios