Blue Nile
532 Frenchmen St.
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 766-6193

The Blue Nile is New Orleans' premiere intimate music venue. Located in the heart of the historic Frenchmen Street, it has been the home of countless top funk, blues, soul, and brass shows, featuring local, national and international acts. This venue is well known as the original music club that gave birth to the music culture on Frenchmen Street.  "One of the longest-standing music clubs on the Frenchmen strip (in its former incarnation as the Dream Palace, it was the first bar on the block to feature live bands), the Blue Nile offers an eclectic listening menu most nights of the week--both in the street-facing showroom and the venue upstairs (which offers a spacious balcony).

 
Preservation Hall
726 St Peter
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 522-2841

New Orleans’ Preservation Hall was established in 1961 to honor one of America’s truest art forms – Traditional New Orleans Jazz. Operating as a music venue, a touring band, and a non-profit organization, Preservation Hall continues its mission today as a cornerstone of New Orleans music and culture.  Situated in the heart of the French Quarter on St. Peter Street, the Preservation Hall venue presents intimate, acoustic New Orleans Jazz concerts over 350 nights a year featuring ensembles from a current collective of 100+ local master practitioners. On any given night, audiences bear joyful witness to the evolution of this venerable and living tradition.

 

House of Blues
225 Decatur St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 310-4999

House of Blue is the ultimate night out. It's where great food sets the stage for amazing live concerts. From VIP experiences with the world's best artists to our world-famous Gospel Brunch on Sundays, House of Blues is truly where music and food feed the soul.

 

Tipitina’s
501 Napoleon Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70115
(504) 895-8477

Music clubs are rarely dedicated to a single musician, and few as influential as performer, composer, and pianist Professor Longhair. Henry Roeland Byrd, (a.k.a. Professor Longhair) is one of the most revered rhythm and blues musicians in the legacy of New Orleans music. Longhair created a unique style by fusing rhumba rhythms with boogie-woogie, blues and southern R&B. Fess composed many songs which are part of the Crescent City lexicon, like “Mardi Gras in New Orleans,” which serves as the soundtrack to Carnival every year. Longhair influenced his musical peers and progeny in the Crescent City since the 1950s including Dr. John, the Meters, the Neville Brothers, Allen Toussaint, and many others.

 

The Maison
508 Frenchmen St.
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 371-5543

The Maison is one of the largest and best music venues and restaurants on world famous Frenchmen Street in New Orleans. The Maison features three levels and three separate stages. We are open seven days a week with live music starting at 4pm or earlier every day on our front stage in the dining room.

 
 

 

 
 
 

The Howlin' Wolf
907 S Peters St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 529-5844

The Howlin' Wolf has a long history as one of New Orleans' finest locally owned and operated venues. Named after the legendary bluesman Chester Burnett, New Orleans was introduced to the Howlin' Wolf in 1988, when it opened in Fat City. After outgrowing its' space in a cotton warehouse, the venue relocated to what was previously the New Orleans Music Hall, in the Warehouse District.

 

30°/-90°
520 Frenchmen St.
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 949-2576

30°/-90° is more than a nautical location; it is artistic license of New Orleans actual geographical address which is latitude 29.9544° longitude -90.075° but like everything in NOLA, we prefer a more lyrical presentation; 30°/-90° fits right into our philosophy of Laissez les bons temps rouler (let the good times roll). And the good times do roll at 30°/-90° with outstanding live music, delicious food, beautiful patio, and 2nd floor Special Event facility with balcony overlooking all the action on historic Frenchmen Street. Located at 520 Frenchmen Street this portion is best known for a three-block section which is home to some of the city’s most popular live-music venues, restaurants, bars, bookstores, coffee shops, and serene Washington Square Park. Learn more about the history of Frenchmen street.

 

The Spotted Cat Music Club
623 Frenchmen St.
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 943-3887

The Spotted Cat Music Club is the Quintessential Jazz Club of New Orleans. Located on the famous FRENCHMEN STREET in the heart of the Faubourg Marigny District, "The Cat", as its known by locals, has been recognized as an international destination for JAZZ music. Numerous movies, commercials, and print media have filmed and written about "The Cat" for its outstanding music and unique ambiance.

 

Buffa’s
1001 Esplanade Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 949-0038

We hear it all the time: “I always pass by that place and think about stopping in.” Does that sound like you? Well, think about it no more.  On the Border of the Quarter since 1939, Buffa’s Bar & Restaurant is the quintessential New Orleans style neighborhood bar. Food and libations are served 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Stop in and check out our specials! No reservations necessary! Live entertainment in our Back Room 7 nights a week.

 

Mahogany Jazz Hall Burlesque & Absinthe House
125 Chartres St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 270-9109

Mahogany Jazz Hall is the hottest little jazz club in the French Quarter. Named after the original Lulu White's Mahogany Hall, Mahogany Jazz Hall Burlesque & Absinthe House carries on the New Orleans tradition of music and burlesque.

 

 

 

 







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