Last Updated on February 4, 2023 by Dr Bucho
On the first day, Wu-Tang Clan, Soul Rebels, Robert Plant, and Alison Krauss will all perform, and then Ed Sheeran
New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival 2023: The lineup of performers for each day of the 2023 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has been made public.
The first schedule, which was published in January, arranged artists by weekends. The schedule is broken down by day in Friday’s release. On Friday, April 28, the opening night of Jazz Fest, Lizzo will perform with Robert Plant & Alison Krauss and the Wu-Tang Clan’s collaboration with local band the Soul Rebels.
Along with weekend passes, the festival is now also offering tickets for only one day. Through February 14, single-day tickets at the early-bird price of $80 plus fees are available at nojazzfest.com. The single-day cost increases to $85 plus fees after February 14.
Except on Thursday, May 4, the fee is $95 when paying at the door. Louisiana residents with a valid ID can purchase up to two tickets at the gate for $50 each on that “Locals’ Thursday.” Children ages two to ten pay $5 per day in the entrance. A parent or guardian must purchase children’s tickets in person at the entrance. Through February 14, a three-day first-weekend pass can be purchased for $225 plus costs. The cost then goes up to $240. Through February 14, a four-day pass for the second weekend is $275. The cost increases to $290.
The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, also known as Jazz Fest, is an annual music festival held in New Orleans, Louisiana. It typically takes place in late April or early May and features a diverse lineup of local and international musicians playing a variety of musical genres, including jazz, blues, R&B, gospel, and more. In addition to music, Jazz Fest also includes food and cultural exhibits, showcasing the unique and rich heritage of New Orleans. The festival attracts thousands of visitors each year and is considered one of the premier music festivals in the world.
who is going to perform| All line up here
APRIL 28TH, FRIDAY
Big Freedia, Tank and The Bangas, Mavis Staples, Lizzo, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Wu-Tang Clan, and The Soul Rebels, Kermit Ruffins & the Barbecue Swingers, Allison Russell, Dragon Smoke, Charlie Musselwhite, and the New Orleans Classic Recording Revue with The Dixie Cups, Clarence “Frogman” Henry, Wanda Rouzan, and Al “Carnival Time” Johnson are just • Bassekou Kouyate of Mali • Rey Vallenato & Beto Jamaica of Colombia •
Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience • La Tribu de Abrante, Plena Libre, Tambuyé, and the Vejigante Parade with Casa de la Plena Tito Matos of Puerto Rico • Something Else! with Vincent Herring, James Carter, Randy Brecker, Lewis Nash, Dave Kikoski, Paul Bollenback Omari Neville And The Fuel, John “Papa” Gros, the Seratones, Gregg Martinez & the Delta Kings, and
TK Hulin and Johnnie Allan • Motel Radio • Paul Sanchez and The Rolling Road Show • Original Pinettes Brass Band • Jason Marsalis with special guest Warren Wolf • Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys • Luther Kent & Trickbag • Germaine Bazzle • Tommy McLain + CC Adcock • Geno Delafose & French Rockin’ Boogie • Helen Gillet • George Dean & the Gospel 4 • Doreen’s Jazz New Orleans • King Oliver Creole Jazz Band Centennial led by Don Vappie •
79rs Gang • Storyville Stompers Brass Band • CASMÈ • glbl wrmng • Leroy Jones & New Orleans’ Finest • Curley Taylor and Zydeco Trouble • Kevin & The Blues Groovers • Baby Boyz Brass Band • Max Moran & Neospectric • Margie Perez & Her Trio Latino • Tyron Benoit Band • John Fohl • Hot Club of New Orleans • Craig Klein’s Musical Conversations on Lucien Barbarin • Jon Roniger and The Good For Nothin’ Band • Native Nations Intertribal • Shades of Praise: New Orleans Interracial Gospel Choir • The Tanglers Bluegrass Band • Bonsoir, Catin • Semolian Warriors and Wild Apaches Mardi Gras Indians •
Inspirational Gospel Singers • On the Levee Jazz Band • Lyle Henderson • Arthur Clayton and Anointed For Purpose • Free Spirit Brass Band • Ladies of Unity • Black Flame Hunters, Golden Comanche, and Golden Sioux Mardi Gras Indians • DJ Ro • Arrianne Keelen • Lady Tambourine • Kid Simmons’ Local International Allstars • Loyola University Jazz Ensemble • Gray Hawk presents Southeastern Native American Lore & Tales • Mount Hermon Baptist Church Delegation Choir • New Wave Brass Band • Big Nine, Keep n It Real, and We Are One Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs •
SATURDAY, APRIL 29
Ed Sheeran • Steve Miller Band • Jazmine Sullivan • The Revivalists • Taj Mahal Quartet • Leo Nocentelli • Christone “Kingfish” Ingram • Catherine Russell • Samantha Fish & Jesse Dayton • The Dirty Dozen Brass Band • Angelique Kidjo • The Gospel Soul of Irma Thomas • Sonny Landreth • The Campbell Brothers • Maggie Koerner • Sweet Crude • Sunpie & the Louisiana Sunspots • La Tribu de Abrante, Plena Libre, Ángel “Papote” Alvarado y el Grupo Esencia, Conjunto Típico Samaritano, and Tambuyé of Puerto Rico • Cory Wong • The Zion Harmonizers • Tuba Skinny • The Johnson Extension • Leah Chase • Tonya Boyd-Cannon • Cedric Watson et Bijou Creole • Johnny Sketch & the Dirty Notes • Mia Borders • Charmaine Neville Band • 3D Na’Tee • Dee-1 • Pat McLaughlin • Soul Brass Band • Roddie Romero & the Hub City All-stars • Deak Harp • The Lawrence Sieberth Collective featuring Oz Noy • Dave Jordan & the NIA • John Michael Bradford and The Vibe • Wendell Brunious and the New Orleans Allstars • Herbert McCarver & The Pin Stripe Brass Band • Higher Heights Reggae Band •
Javier Olondo and AsheSon • Creole Wild West Mardi Gras Indians • Panorama Jazz Band • Puerto Rican Vejigante Parade with Casa de la Plena Tito Matos • John Lawrence & Ven Pa’ Ca Flamenco Ensemble with Antonio Hidalgo of Spain • Black Magic Drumline • Paulin Brothers Brass Band • Secret Six • Dr. Brice Miller & Mahogany Brass Band • Da Lovebirds featuring Robin Barnes and Pat Casey • Lane Mack • Mitch Woods & His Rocket 88’s • Alexey Marti • New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian Rhythm Section • Anne Elise Hastings & her Revolving Cast of Characters • Dominic Scott •
Tonia Scott and the Anointed Voices • Franklin Avenue Baptist Church Choir • Golden Star Hunters, Apache Hunters, and Black Hawk Hunters Mardi Gras Indians • Young Fellaz Brass Band • The Desert Nudes • Horace Trahan & the Ossun Express • Clive Wilson’s New Orleans Serenaders • Archdiocese of New Orleans Choir • Tulane BAM Ensemble • Native Nations Intertribal • DJ Arie Spins • The Chosen Ones Brass Band, Devastation, Single Ladies, Nine Time Ladies, Single Men, Nine Times, and Uptown Swingers Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs •
Washitaw Nation and Wild Red Flames Mardi Gras Indians • New Hope Baptist Church Mass Choir • Brasshearts Brass Band • Brazos Huval’s Student Showcase • The RRAAMS • The Knockaz Brass Band • Sisters of Change • Sisters of Unity • Valley of Silent Men and Westbank Steppers Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs • Grey Seal Puppets • Coolie Family Gospel Singers…
The festival is going to happen for seven days , check complete Complete the Line Ups here , This article is being rereported from Nola.com. the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival continues to be a beloved and highly anticipated event for music lovers and cultural enthusiasts alike. With its rich history, diverse lineup, and unique blend of music and food, Jazz Fest is a true celebration of the spirit of New Orleans. as the official announcement of 2023 dates and lineup is announced, we can be sure that this year’s festival will once again bring together musicians and fans from around the world to experience the magic of jazz in the heart of the city.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
is Ed Sheeran going to perform in the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2023?
yes on the second day of the festival, dated 29 April, Saturday, he will be going to perform there in the new Orleans festival
How Much do tickets cost for New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2023 ?
through February 14, single-day tickets at the early-bird price of $80 plus fees, from second day fees is going to increase the fee is $95 when paying at the door. Louisiana residents with a valid ID can purchase up to two tickets at the gate for $50 each on that “Locals’ Thursday.” Children ages two to ten pay $5 per day