The Daily Jazz Fest Schedules Are Here

first_imgOne of the longest standing festivals, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, has announced the daily schedule for their upcoming 2016 event. With massive headliners and hundreds of top-notch national and local acts, this year is looking stacked!Steely Dan, Gov’t Mule, and Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings will headline the first night to kick off the two-weekend-long extravaganza on Friday, April 22nd. The following night will see noteworthy sets from Pearl Jam, Van Morrison, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Mystikal, Anders Osborne and Galactic. Finally, weekend one will wrap up with a main stage appearance from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, in addition to Herbie Hancock & Wayne Shorter, Rhiannon Giddens and J. Cole.Weekend two will commence on Thursday, April 28th with Tedeschi Trucks Band ft. Jimmie Vaughan, Elvis Costello, Snarky Puppy, and Gary Clark Jr., to name a few. Friday will continue with Paul Simon, My Morning Jacket, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Irma Thomas, and The Revivalists. As always, Saturday boasts a massive lineup, with legends like Stevie Wonder, Buddy Guy, Dr. John & The Nite Trippers, Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen, and Beck. Finally, the festival will conclude on Sunday with Trombone Shorty, Neil Young & Promise of the Real, Tribute to B.B. King, Tribute to Allen Toussaint, and Dumpstaphunk ft. Art Neville.For the full daily breakdown, head over to the Jazz Fest website.In the “daze between” the fest, keep the party going at the inaugural NOLA Crawfish Festival 4/25-4/27 at NOLA Brewery & Tap Room, featuring a gumbo of New Orleans’ finest musicians including George Porter Jr., Anders Osborne, Jon Cleary, Nigel Hall, John “Papa” Gros, Billy Iuso & Restless Natives, Papa Mali, June Yamagishi, Raymond Weber, Tony Hall, Derwin “Big D” Perkins and more, plus crawfish provided by the one and only NOLA Crawfish King, Chris “Shaggy” Davis.For all late night shows throughout the fest, head over to the Complete Guide to 2016 Jazz Fest Late Nights.last_img

first_imgOne of the longest standing festivals, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, has announced the daily schedule for their upcoming 2016 event. With massive headliners and hundreds of top-notch national and local acts, this year is looking stacked!Steely Dan, Gov’t Mule, and Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings will headline the first night to kick off the two-weekend-long extravaganza on Friday, April 22nd. The following night will see noteworthy sets from Pearl Jam, Van Morrison, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Mystikal, Anders Osborne and Galactic. Finally, weekend one will wrap up with a main stage appearance from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, in addition to Herbie Hancock & Wayne Shorter, Rhiannon Giddens and J. Cole.Weekend two will commence on Thursday, April 28th with Tedeschi Trucks Band ft. Jimmie Vaughan, Elvis Costello, Snarky Puppy, and Gary Clark Jr., to name a few. Friday will continue with Paul Simon, My Morning Jacket, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Irma Thomas, and The Revivalists. As always, Saturday boasts a massive lineup, with legends like Stevie Wonder, Buddy Guy, Dr. John & The Nite Trippers, Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen, and Beck. Finally, the festival will conclude on Sunday with Trombone Shorty, Neil Young & Promise of the Real, Tribute to B.B. King, Tribute to Allen Toussaint, and Dumpstaphunk ft. Art Neville.For the full daily breakdown, head over to the Jazz Fest website.In the “daze between” the fest, keep the party going at the inaugural NOLA Crawfish Festival 4/25-4/27 at NOLA Brewery & Tap Room, featuring a gumbo of New Orleans’ finest musicians including George Porter Jr., Anders Osborne, Jon Cleary, Nigel Hall, John “Papa” Gros, Billy Iuso & Restless Natives, Papa Mali, June Yamagishi, Raymond Weber, Tony Hall, Derwin “Big D” Perkins and more, plus crawfish provided by the one and only NOLA Crawfish King, Chris “Shaggy” Davis.For all late night shows throughout the fest, head over to the Complete Guide to 2016 Jazz Fest Late Nights.last_img

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