Save the Date!
Monday April 28, 2014
Tipitina's Foundation presents
INSTRUMENTS A COMIN'
Fess Jazztival 2014 at Tipitina's
It's a power-packed lineup at Tipitina's during our annual "Fess Jazztival" celebration, with two shows per night on weekends. Be sure to double-check showtimes, it's easy to get confused with the after-midnight start times.
Thursday April 24: Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Friday April 25: Greyboy Allstars
Saturday April 26: Galactic (late show)
Saturday April 26: Cowboy Mouth + Honey Island Swamp Band
Sunday April 27: The M&M's (late show)
Sunday April 27: Black Joe Lewis
Wednesday April 30: Brownout Presents: Brown Sabbath
Thursday May 1: Anders Osborne
Friday May 2: Maceo Parker (late show)
Friday May 2: funky Meters
Saturday May 3: Galactic (late show)
Saturday May 3: Trampled By Turtles
Sunday May 4: Karl Denson's Tiny Universe (late show)
Sunday May 4: Dumpstaphunk + Royal Southern Brotherhood
Looking for a package deal? Consider one of our GOLDEN TICKETS: complete with line-cutting privileges, VIP access, drink tickets and other goodies, these special passes are valid for the weekend of your choosing! Only a limited number available!
For more information on the First Weekend Golden Ticket, Click Here!
For more information on the Second Weekend Golden Ticket, Click Here!
Merch Supports Tipitina's Foundation
History in the Music
Tipitina's began as a neighborhood juke joint, established in 1977, by a group of young music fans (The Fabulous Fo'teen) to provide a place for Professor Longhair to perform in his final years. The venue, named for one of Longhair's most enigmatic recordings "Tipitina," has survived in an ever-changing musical climate. In the past three decades, Tipitina's has grown from a small, neighborhood bar into an international music icon. The venue has expanded into a two-story music venue located at the famed corner of Napoleon and Tchoupitoulas.
All profits from the venue are donated to the Tipitina’s Foundation to support childhood music education, the professional development of adult musicians, and the increased profile and viability of Louisiana music as a cultural, educational, and economic resource.