It’s officially November which means the holidays are near! Sometimes it can be hard to come up with gift ideas for your friends and family. Don’t fret, I’ve got you covered! This NOLA Concerts Holiday Gift Guide is filled with some of my favorite gift ideas and recommendations that are sure to satisfy the concert-goers and music lovers in your life this holiday season
You may know the 2020 “Best New Artist” Grammy nominee, Tank and the Bangas as the group who went viral with their NPR Tiny Desk Concert back in 2017. This week I was able to attend a virtual press conference with Tank and the Bangas as they discussed their latest single, their upcoming EP, making music in quarantine and more.
Cassidy Louis is an independent, indie pop artist from New Orleans who expresses her emotions through music. I had the opportunity to have a video call with the singer-songwriter to discuss the release of her new EP, her songwriting process and a potential virtual tour!
Giant crawfish, golden gators, colorful second line umbrellas and a giant floating Lil Wayne head! Those are just some of the many parts of the new interactive pop-up exhibit that is opening in the Big Easy. New Orleans' first experiential pop-up, JAM NOLA, is opening August 1, 2020 at 2832 Royal Street.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our everyday lives are looking A LOT different these days but I'm happy to share that live music is back in New Orleans...with a twist. Beginning July 10th, the NOLA Drive-In Summer Concert Series will be coming to the Lakefront Arena including performances by Tank and the Bangas, The Revivalists and Galacitc!
If you don’t live in a major city like Los Angeles, New York or Miami, traveling to a concert is probably your best option to see your favorite artists live. So I created a guide to help you prepare for your next concert road trip! Discover what you should know when you're traveling to a concert or festival.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 festival season (and all live music events) has come to a halt and so has the income a lot of our favorite local musicians rely on. But this Saturday, April 25th, you have the chance to give back to the musicians who have given so much to our great city! The best part? You don't have to leave home!
If you're like me, sometimes you don’t like to pay full price for stuff. And yes, that includes tickets to concerts and music festivals. So I’m spilling all of my top secrets of how to get into your favorite concerts and music festivals for free (or almost free, at least).
College football fans and New Orleans residents gathered on Tuesday night for free activities and jaw-dropping performances by Usher and Sheryl Crow to kick off the new year. See what you missed at this year's Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve hosted by Billy Porter.
The BUKU Music and Art Project is celebrating their 8th year in 2020. You can catch various local and international artists such as Tyler, the Creator, Flume, Alison Wonderland, Glass Animals, Megan Thee Stallion and Roddy Rich at Mardi Gras World in New Orleans on March 20th and 21st.