New Orleans Live Music
Live Music Clubs
Live Music Venues
Alphabetical Listings ~ continued
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.
Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse - New Orleans - Located at the Royal Sonesta New Orleans, this live music venue offers Irvin Mayfield. The best jazz club in New Orleans showcases New Orleans' greatest Jazz talent and serves your favorite cocktails and appetizers in a luxurious venue.
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 Citron Bistro - New Orleans - Le Citron Bistro features mouth-watering Creole and Italian favorites in an intriguing historic dining atmosphere. Experience the lush outdoor courtyard or cozy indoor dining and live music.
Little Gem Saloon - New Orleans - The Little Gem has a first floor dining room where patrons experience some of the best live music, cuisine and cocktails. Small ensembles perform on an art-deco stage. The upstairs is home to The Ramp Room, an intimate 2nd floor live music club that boasts pristine acoustics, plush seating and a wrap around balcony.
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.
Maison, The - New Orleans - If you like to dance, Maison is the spot. We have swing dancing several nights a week including swing dancing classes Mondays and Tuesdays. We host frequent Cajun Fais Do Dos, brass band throwdowns, electronic music bashes, Friday night dance parties, sweaty funkathons!
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.
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!
Oak New Orleans - New Orleans - An intimate setting for local talent, Oak proudly hosts a variety of live music. Jazz, acoustic folk, or even R&B, our stage is the perfect setting to take in the soul of New Orleans music. Here, the atmosphere is always cosmopolitan but never pretentious.
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.
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.