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 New Orleans Live Music Clubs

New Orleans Live Music ClubsNew Orleans Live Music Clubs - New Orleans Metro - Catch Live Music from one of the many clubs offering nightly performances including New Orleans Jazz, cover bands, local New Orleans funk, blues, Cajun music, zydeco, gospel and much more. You can experience the original sound of New Orleans traditional Jazz at New Orleans own Preservation Hall or remember days gone by when you stop off at the Rock-n-Bowl for unique time. Come dance for just sit back and take in the greats sounds of New Orleans at your favorite New Orleans Live Music Club.

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Bombay Club - New Orleans - The Bombay Club is exactly the sort of place that many people dream of enjoying in New Orleans but cannot seem to find. It's decadent, but tasteful and delicious, and not stuffy. The Bombay Club is filled with great live music, but never deafening.

Bourbon Vieux Room - New Orleans - Entertainment venue for meetings and special occasions. Listen to live music from the largest balcony on Bourbon Street. The Bourbon Vieux Room offers catering and live Cajun and zydeco music.

Carrollton Station Bar & Grill - New Orleans - Carrollton Station has managed to establish itself as not only one of the city's best neighborhood bar rooms, but also as one of its outstanding live music venues. Musically, Carrollton Station began featuring live shows in earnest in the mid-eighties. Since then "The Station" has been a showcase for some of New Orleans finest musicians, particularly in the blues, acoustic and rock genres.

Club Ampersand - New Orleans - Inside the industrial setting of a former Whitney Bank in the Central Business District, Ampersand is a stylish club with an artsy European feel, featuring two levels, large dance floor, VIP Suite, a balcony, courtyard, and several cozy sitting rooms, one of which used to be the bank's vault.

Crescent City Brew House - New Orleans - The atmosphere at the Crescent City Brewhouse is warm, relaxed and festive with Live Jazz performed nightly by local musicians and monthly exhibits of local art to compliment your total Brewhouse experience!

Fair Grinds Coffeehouse - New Orleans - A variety of acoustic music by individuals and groups in an informal coffee house setting. Also poetry and spoken word performances.

Feelings Cafe - New Orleans - The restaurant is located on an historic plantation in the Faubourg Marigny. Featuring live music at the piano bar, a beautiful New Orleans courtyard and balcony dining. Separated from the courtyard by a row of French doors, the Piano Bar is the main attraction for many of our visitors.

Fritzel's Jazz Club - New Orleans - Fritzel's European Jazz Pub, New Orleans premier traditional Jazz club. The oldest New Orleans Jazz club still in operation. Come hear for yourself.

Funky Pirate - New Orleans - Bourbon Street Blues club with a pirate decor. The Funky Pirate is one of the most popular live music venues for young crowds on Bourbon Street. Some of the most exciting blues and New Orleans style musical groups ever to play the Big Easy entertain the locals and tourists that throng to this popular French Quarter music club.

Gattuso’s Live Music - Gretna - Live music every Friday and Saturday night. Gattuso's is conveniently located in the Gretna Historical District on Huey P. Long Avenue and 5th street.

Hookah Cafe - New Orleans - Nightclub, lounge, live music venue. The Hookah has been meticulously constructed by local artists and craftsmen to become one of New Orleans premier live music nightclubs.

House of Blues - New Orleans - Central website for all the House of Blues located around the world contains info, calendar, plus on-line music. The New Orleans House of Blues is located in the French Quarter and has quickly become one of New Orleans favorite music clubs.

Howlin' Wolf - New Orleans - From its debut on Dec. 8, 1988, in a small, L-shaped room in Fat City in Metairie to its current home in a 1,000-capacity Warehouse District space, the Wolf has evolved into one of the city's premier live music venues, presenting a mix of local and national rock, blues, jazz and roots music.

Kerry Irish Pub - New Orleans - Located on Decatur Street in the French Quarter, Kerry’s has an Irish Pub theme and is also a live music venue.

Krazy Korner - New Orleans - Located on the corner of Bourbon Street and St. Peter Street, the Krazy Korner is one of the best French Quarter music clubs to enjoy New Orleans rhythm and blues and good times!

Le Chat Noir - New Orleans - This cabaret features two rooms: The Cabaret Room Theater and Bar Noir. The Cabaret Room serves as a venue for theater, cabaret acts and music. The performance schedule changes weekly, and a variety of different shows is available.

Louisiana Music Factory - New Orleans - The Louisiana Music Factory specializes in New Orleans music, Cajun music, Zydeco music, New Orleans jazz, blues, R&B, and other regional music. Try our online store." They also have live music every Saturday.

Maple Leaf Bar - New Orleans - The Maple Leaf Bar is a music performance venue in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is also a bar and hosts a variety of other events. As a local favorite for laid back live music, the Maple Street Bar began as a bar and laundromat where you could wash clothes, drink beers and listen to live music.

Margaritaville - New Orleans - Located in the French Quarter. Live music seven days a week beginning in the afternoons. Jimmy Buffett. a Gulf Coast native, spent much of his early career playing music in clubs on Bourbon Street in New Orleans.

Michaul's Live Cajun Music - New Orleans - Michaul's offers great Cajun cuisine, live Cajun music and free Cajun and line dance lessons, Monday-Saturday."

Mulate's - New Orleans - This legendary restaurant is recognized throughout the world as the King of Cajun Dine and Dance halls. We feature live Cajun music and dancing along with great authentic Cajun food seven days a week. Mulate's is a place where Cajuns come to celebrate their heritage and the world comes to join them in their celebration."

Neutral Ground Coffeehouse - New Orleans - The oldest coffeehouse in New Orleans." This great spot for home-grown music usually features four acts a night!

New Orleans Visitor Guide - The birthplace of jazz still swings. Hear old-time jazz at the tiny but legendary Preservation Hall or drink a fruity Monsoon cocktail to the sound of something more contemporary at Frenchman Street's Snug Harbor. As night falls, sip quiet cocktails at the revolving Carousel Bar. Party goers can join the revelers on Bourbon Street.

Old Opera House - New Orleans - Many of these artist's got their start at the Old Opera House and to this day many new artists get their start there also. It's not unusual to see many famous artist's come in and get up on stage with the band that's playing.

Old Point Bar - Algiers - The Old Point Bar is located in historic Algiers Point, New Orleans just minutes from the French Quarter by ferry and offers live music nightly.

One Eyed Jacks - New Orleans - One Eyed Jacks is among the best New Orleans live music venues featuring the hottest new groups in the Big Easy. One Eyed Jacks website has schedules and band and performances information on the home page.

Palm Court Jazz Cafe - New Orleans - The Palm Court Jazz cafe is located in one of the fastest growing areas of popularity in the French Quarter of New Orleans. The Palm Court is a must for every visit to New Orleans. Our authentic New Orleans' experience includes Live Jazz as you enjoy traditional New Orleans cuisine.

Pat O'Briens - New Orleans - Pat 'O's is perhaps the most famous bar in the world. It is the biggest bar in the world, in volume of alcohol sold, never mind the French Quarter! The patio bar is one of the most beautiful patios in all the French Quarter with a magnificent fountain as a centerpiece. The piano bar features dueling pianos with funhouse atmosphere. Pat O'Brien's is known for creating the 'Hurricane" rum cocktail.

Praline Connection - New Orleans - The Praline Connection serves "down-home" cajun-creole style soul food at affordable prices. In 1993, The Praline Connection realized another dream by enlarging their uptown warehouse district location in acquiring the lease on the building once known as 'The New Orleans Music Hall,' and is now known as 'The Praline Connection Gospel and Blues Hall.'

Preservation Hall - New Orleans - traditional jazz music club. This is one of the only places in New Orleans where you'll find traditional New Orleans "Dixieland" jazz played by great local jazz musicians.

Rock-N-Bowl - New Orleans - A family bowling alley where New Orleans music thrives and bands like Beau Jocque, Snooks Eaglin, Tab Benoit and the Iguanas are heard nightly. Rock-N-Bowl is perhaps New Orleans most unusual live music venue.

Royal Palm Restaurant - Harvey - The Coconut Club and Piano Bar at Royal Palm. The Coconut Club has a bit of old world charm style with of twist of chic sophistication. We offer weekly top-notch “LIVE” local entertainment, and great service.

Ruby's Roadhouse - Mandeville - A great up-close live music venue. Site has complete music calendar, t-shirts, photos and more.

Snug Harbor - New Orleans - Live jazz bistro on Frenchmen street in the Faubourg Marigny. Snug Harbor is one of the most authentic New Orleans music venues for live jazz and is located just blocks from the French Quarter.

Southport Hall - Jefferson - the New Southport Club was an illegal casino and nightspot in the 1930s to the 1950s. It is the only gambling building that has survived in a 3 block area and has been refurbished as the Southport Hall, a night club. The New Southport Hall is the perfect place to experience ambiance and great music."

The Cajun Cabin - New Orleans - Live Cajun music every night! Located in the heart of the French Quarter on Bourbon Street. Chef Gigi Patout cooks up authentic Cajun cuisine to your liking.

The Rivershack Tavern - Jefferson - Located on historic River Road adjacent to the Mississippi River, the Rivershack has been described as a cross between a neighborhood tavern, a honky-tonk, a live music club, a sports bar and a small town restaurant.

The Rusty Nail - New Orleans - Featuring live jazz, blues and New Orleans' most up-and-coming musicians (we knew them when), the Rusty Nail is just off the beaten path enough to keep the local music community happy. And it's intimate enough to get to know them.

Tipitina's - New Orleans - A historic music hall, filled with the spirit and tradition of New Orleans, Tipitina’s has been home to some of the greatest musicians and bands in New Orleans history including the Neville Brothers and Dr. John. The statue on the adjacent neutral ground (median for tourists) is a tribute to Professor Longhair, perhaps the greatest blues and funk pianist to ever perform his music live in New Orleans. Tipitina’s website offers club merchandise and CDs for sale.

Tropical Isle & the Funky Pirate - New Orleans - New Orleans' hottest and most famous houses of drinkin' and live music. With live music seven nights a week, Tropical Isle and the Funky Pirate have become two of New Orleans favorite French Quarter music clubs. See their schedule of performers online.
 

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