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Maple Leaf Bar's 40th Anniversary JAZZFEST Series
Friday, May 2nd:
11pm: 8th Annual James Brown Birthday Tribute Featuring the New Orleans Soul Stars, the all-star tribute will include the likes of Tony Hall (Dumpstaphunk), Raymond Weber (Dr. John), Renard Poche (Allen Toussaint), Roderick Paulin (Rebirth Brass Band), Tracy Griffin (Allen Toussaint) and Jeff Watkins (James Brown Band).
3am Funk N' Stay Up Y'all: Nth Power feat. Nigel Hall, Nikki Glaspie, Nick Cassarino, Nate Edgar & Weedie Braimah
NEW ORLEANS, LA- Since 1974 the Maple Leaf Bar has presented the best music local music New Orleans has to offer, especially during Jazzfest. The “Leaf” is the oldest operating music venue outside of the French Quarter, and celebrates 40 years of presenting live music this year. The four decades of night-time Jazzfest Series have boasted legendary collaborations, and surprise sit-ins, and this year is sure to not disappoint. Our Funk N’ Stay Up sunrise shows begin at 3am, later than any other late-night show, and everybody knows there will be music at the Leaf long after every other club has called it a night.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
You must be 21+ to come to the Leaf. Please bring a federal or state-issued photo ID
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Any taxi will know how to get to the Maple Leaf Bar, but just in case our address is 8316 Oak Street.
There are streetcar and bus stops at the corner of Carrollton Avenue & Oak St. For routes and additional information about public transportation options visit: http://www.norta.com
There are plenty of free street parking options available around the Maple Leaf Bar.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
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Maple Leaf Bar
SINCE 1974, the Maple Leaf Bar has existed as the longest-running music venue in New Orleans, outside of the French Quarter, welcoming a diverse and incredible array of talent to its stage, as well as some of the most devoted music lovers in the universe. “The Leaf” as it’s lovingly referred to by its regulars, is a New Orleans enthusiasts’ musical paradise 7 nights a week all year round.
During Jazzfest, the Leaf’s festivities are at their highest peak. This year marks the 41st anniversary of this Uptown institution, built on a legacy of dancing and libations, and the bar is pulling out all the stops to celebrate for Jazzfest. The bar will feature live music every night of the week with their Funk N’ Stay Up concert series beginning at 2:30am after the 11 o’clock shows end and proceeding on till the sun light comes shining down on Oak street. From late-night shows that go till sunrise every night, to legendary collaborations that have never been seen before, both musicians and fans know that once the sun goes down on the Fairgrounds, the Maple Leaf Bar is the place to be!!!