New Orleans jazz venue Preservation Hall announced that it will reopen on Thursday, Sept. 16.
“As communities begin to rebuild and heal, we are reminded that this music is truly a vehicle for joy, no matter the circumstances,” Preservation Hall said in an e-mail announcement.
We are pleased to announce that Preservation Hall will re-open this Thursday for the first time since Hurricane Ida. To join us for this special evening of New Orleans music, you can make a reservation at https://t.co/DR87F52nN6. pic.twitter.com/U2oWf6ewl3
— Preservation Hall (@PresHall) September 13, 2021
Shows are scheduled for 5 p.m., 6:15 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. from Thursday to Sunday. Ticket reservations are currently available at preservationhall.com.
Last weekend, iconic New Orleans music venue Tipitina’s reopened for a free weekend of shows as a Hurricane Ida relief effort to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank and New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic.
This weekend, the venue is scheduled to open again with its regular calendar of shows, starting with a performance from Eric Lindell and the Natural Mystics on Friday, Sept. 17. General admission tickets for that show are $27, plus fees.
The Broadside, the outdoor music venue next to the Broad Theater also reopened after the storm last week. The venue opens again this week with a performance featuring Stanton Moore on Wednesday, Sept. 15. Michot’s Melody Makers and Weeks Island are scheduled to perform on Friday, Sept. 17. Tickets are $20, plus fees.
Other local music venues that have reopened since Hurricane Ida include Rock ‘N’ Bowl, the Maple Leaf Bar, Gasa Gasa and Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro.
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