moe. To Lead Impressive Three Night Jazz Fest Run With Turkuaz

first_imgJam band legends moe. are looking to put their own stamp on the Jazz Fest late night scene with an unmissable three show late night run. The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival welcomes in tens of thousands of music fans to spend seven days enjoying an epic assortment of music, food, and fun at the Fair Grounds Race Course. Luckily for fans of surging guitars, thunderous bass, and precision percussion, moe. will be ready to kick off when the daytime festival echoes away.Over the last few years, moe. has developed a formula to their touring mentality. While they still have numerous festival appearances and city-to-city tours, they have set up numerous multi-night runs nationwide. It allows the band to really settle in and focus on delivering as complete a picture of the band as possible.Planning setlists becomes more intricate and rewarding for a three night run. Knowing that many of their audiences will be watching all three shows serves as a challenge that the mischievous moe. surely savors. The opportunities to pull out rare covers, work out extensive jam possibilities, and debut a cover or new tune are more plentiful when viewing the big picture of three shows in a row. History shows that when guitarists Al Schnier and Chuck Garvey, bassist Rob Derhak, and percussionists Vinnie Amico and Jim Loughlin have extra time to plan that shenanigans surely follow.“Hey?! How does moe. write setlists?As has been the case with other residencies, moe. is mixing up the venues for the three concerts. The Friday and Saturday show will be held at the Civic Theater, a large room that will be packed with around 1299 screaming fans come April 28th & 29th with support from funk powerhouse Turkuaz. It’s safe to say fans will see a mix of extended jams, free flowing improvisational passageways, and more than a few earth-shaking crescendos over the course of the back-to-back shows. Tickets are available here.Savvy fans, however, know that the real chance for seeing truly obscure material will be at the Le Petit Théâtre du Vieux Carré on April 27, 2017. As in previous multi-show bookings, one night is set aside as a more intimate, exploratory evening with the band. The La Petit has hosted the finest in theatrical productions since 1916 and is the perfect location for the lead-in performance. Tickets are available here.Previous iterations of these small opening shows have seen beloved classic tunes dusted off, innovative reworkings of other songs, and special acoustic interludes. There is no way of predicting just what moe. will be doing, but it’s a safe bet that fans will be talking about these shows for years to come.These residencies also allow the fans and the band to spend some time seeing and exploring the city itself. And, if you’re looking for a fun city for music fans to explore, what better place could you pick than New Orleans during Jazz Fest? Legendary cuisine, eclectic architecture, and a truly unique cultural identity await travelers in the few hours when music isn’t playing.moe. is no stranger to putting together epic weekends of music. Between Summer Camp, moe.down, snoe.down, throe.down and whatever else the can sneak an “O” and a period into they have proven they knoe. their way around a run. Having one in the middle of the biggest music gathering in America’s premiere party town is a winning formula for a weekend of rock for the ages.There are a few remaining tickets for all three nights, but they are going fast. Click here for details.last_img

first_imgJam band legends moe. are looking to put their own stamp on the Jazz Fest late night scene with an unmissable three show late night run. The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival welcomes in tens of thousands of music fans to spend seven days enjoying an epic assortment of music, food, and fun at the Fair Grounds Race Course. Luckily for fans of surging guitars, thunderous bass, and precision percussion, moe. will be ready to kick off when the daytime festival echoes away.Over the last few years, moe. has developed a formula to their touring mentality. While they still have numerous festival appearances and city-to-city tours, they have set up numerous multi-night runs nationwide. It allows the band to really settle in and focus on delivering as complete a picture of the band as possible.Planning setlists becomes more intricate and rewarding for a three night run. Knowing that many of their audiences will be watching all three shows serves as a challenge that the mischievous moe. surely savors. The opportunities to pull out rare covers, work out extensive jam possibilities, and debut a cover or new tune are more plentiful when viewing the big picture of three shows in a row. History shows that when guitarists Al Schnier and Chuck Garvey, bassist Rob Derhak, and percussionists Vinnie Amico and Jim Loughlin have extra time to plan that shenanigans surely follow.“Hey?! How does moe. write setlists?As has been the case with other residencies, moe. is mixing up the venues for the three concerts. The Friday and Saturday show will be held at the Civic Theater, a large room that will be packed with around 1299 screaming fans come April 28th & 29th with support from funk powerhouse Turkuaz. It’s safe to say fans will see a mix of extended jams, free flowing improvisational passageways, and more than a few earth-shaking crescendos over the course of the back-to-back shows. Tickets are available here.Savvy fans, however, know that the real chance for seeing truly obscure material will be at the Le Petit Théâtre du Vieux Carré on April 27, 2017. As in previous multi-show bookings, one night is set aside as a more intimate, exploratory evening with the band. The La Petit has hosted the finest in theatrical productions since 1916 and is the perfect location for the lead-in performance. Tickets are available here.Previous iterations of these small opening shows have seen beloved classic tunes dusted off, innovative reworkings of other songs, and special acoustic interludes. There is no way of predicting just what moe. will be doing, but it’s a safe bet that fans will be talking about these shows for years to come.These residencies also allow the fans and the band to spend some time seeing and exploring the city itself. And, if you’re looking for a fun city for music fans to explore, what better place could you pick than New Orleans during Jazz Fest? Legendary cuisine, eclectic architecture, and a truly unique cultural identity await travelers in the few hours when music isn’t playing.moe. is no stranger to putting together epic weekends of music. Between Summer Camp, moe.down, snoe.down, throe.down and whatever else the can sneak an “O” and a period into they have proven they knoe. their way around a run. Having one in the middle of the biggest music gathering in America’s premiere party town is a winning formula for a weekend of rock for the ages.There are a few remaining tickets for all three nights, but they are going fast. Click here for details.last_img

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