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Friday - April 23, 2010 Saturday - April 24, 2010 Sunday - April 25, 2010
Thursday - April 29, 2010Friday - April 30, 2010 Saturday - May 1, 2010 Sunday - May 2, 2010
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The Allman Brothers Band Acura Stage
12:25-1:15 Louisiana LeRoux feat. Tab Benoit
1:40-2:40 Voice of the Wetlands All Stars feat. Tab Benoit, Cyril Neville, Dr. John, Anders Osborne, George Porter, Jr., Monk Boudreaux, Johnny Vidocovich, Waylon Thibodeaux, & Johnny Sansone
3:10-4:15 The Levon Helm Band
5:00-7:00 The Allman Brothers Band
 
Imagination Movers Gentilly Stage
11:10-11:50 University of New Orleans Jazz Ensemble
12:10-1:00 Preservation Hall Jazz Band with special guests Jim James and Terence Blanchard
1:25-2:25 Imagination Movers
2:50-3:40 Wayne Toups & Zydecajun
4:00-5:00 Marcia Ball
5:35-7:00 Darius Rucker
 
Anita Baker Congo Square New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Congo Square "My Louisiana Stage"
11:15-12:00 Rumba Buena
12:20-1:10 Donald Harrison
1:40-2:40 King Sunny Ade & His African Beats
3:25-4:40 Juan Luis Guerra y 440
5:25-6:55 Anita Baker
 
Irvin Mayfield & the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra WWOZ Jazz Tent
11:30-12:30 Michael Ward
12:55-1:55 Jeremy Davenport
2:20-3:25 Tribute to Juanita Brooks feat. Betty Shirley, Germaine Bazzle, and Leah Chase
3:55-5:05 Irvin Mayfield & the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra
5:40-6:50 Keely Smith
 
Guitar Slim, Jr. Blues Tent
11:15-12:00 Henry Gray & the Cats with special guest Carol Fran
12:15-12:40 Robert “1 - String” Gibson
1:05-1:55 Guitar Slim, Jr.
2:20-3:20 James Andrews & the Crescent City Allstars
3:50-5:00 The Radiators Pre-War Blues
5:40-7:00 Jonny Lang
 
Lionel Ferbos & the Palm Court Jazz Band Peoples Health Economy Hall Tent
11:20-12:05 Miss Sophie Lee
12:25-1:20 Lionel Ferbos & the Palm Court Jazz Band *
1:45-2:35 Original Dixieland Jazz Band
2:55-3:45 Mark Braud’s New Orleans Jazz Giants
4:15-5:15 Sammy Rimington’s Jubilee Band
5:45-7:00 Wonderful World of Louis Armstrong feat. Wycliffe Gordon, Victor Goines, and James Andrews
 
Theresa Andersson photo by Miranda Penn Turin Sheraton New Orleans Fais Do-Do Stage
11:15-12:00 Sonny Bourg & the Bayou Blues Band
12:25-1:15 Goldman Thibodeaux & the Lawtell Playboys
1:40-2:35 Theresa Andersson
3:00-3:50 Willis Prudhomme & Zydeco Express
4:15-5:25 Shawn Colvin
5:55-7:00 Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience
 
Storyville Stompers Brass Band Jazz & Heritage Stage
11:20-12:05 Golden Star Hunters Mardi Gras Indians
12:35-1:35 Storyville Stompers Brass Band
1:55-2:45 L’Ivoire Spectacle feat. Seguenon Kone
3:10-4:10 Free Agents Brass Band
4:35-5:35 Big Chief Monk Boudreaux & the Golden Eagles Mardi Gras Indians
6:00-7:00 Hot 8 Brass Band
 
Blind Boys of Alabama Gospel Tent
11:25-12:00 Gospel Stars
12:10-12:50 Minister Jai Reed
1:00-1:40 Voices of Distinction
1:50-2:30 Gospel Soul Children
2:40-3:25 The Electrifying Crownseekers
3:35-4:25 Watson Memorial Teaching Ministries
4:45-5:45 Blind Boys of Alabama
6:00-6:45 Nineveh Baptist Church Mass Choir
 
New Orleans Klezmer Allstars Lagniappe Stage
11:30-12:30 Julio y Cesar
12:50-1:50 Kim Carson Band
2:10-2:40 Robert “1 - String” Gibson
3:00-4:00 Grayson Capps
4:25-5:25 Susan Cowsill Band
5:50-7:00 New Orleans Klezmer Allstars *
 
Gal Holiday & the Honky Tonk Revue Chouest Family Kids' Tent
11:30-12:15 Red Hot Brass Band
12:30-1:15 Angela the Yarnspinner
1:45-2:30 Guardians of the Flame Mardi Gras Indians
3:00-3:45 Kai Knight’s Dance Academy
4:00-4:45 Young Traditional Brass Band with the Heel to Toe Steppers
5:15-6:00 Young Audiences presents Gal Holiday & the Honky Tonk Revue *
 
Interview: Shawn Colvin Interviewer: Michael Tisserand Allison Miner Music Heritage Stage
12:00-12:45 Interview: Bobby Charles Tribute feat. Dr. John, Marcia Ball, and Jim Bateman Interviewer: Scott Jordan
1:00-1:45 Interview: Shawn Colvin Interviewer: Michael Tisserand
2:00-2:45 Interview: Butch Trucks & Jaimoe - drummers Allman Brothers Band Interviewer: Ben Sandmel
3:00-3:45 Interview: Keely Smith Interviewer: Nick Spitzer
4:00-4:45 Interview: Imagination Movers Interviewer: Michael Tisserand
PARADES:
12:30 pm - Flaming Arrows and Carrollton Hunters Mardi Gras Indians
1:45 pm - Untouchables, Big Steppers, and Furious Five Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs with Storyville Stompers Brass Band
3:00 pm - Golden Blade and Ninth Ward Navajo Mardi Gras Indians
4:15 pm - First Division, Olympia Aid, and New Look Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs with Young Pinstripe Brass Band

NATIVE AMERICAN POW WOW: Folklife Stage in the LA Folklife Village
12:00, 2:35, and 3:50 pm - Native Nations Intertribal

MR. OKRA, the last of the great New Orleans singing street vendors:
12:05, 1:35, 2:45 and 4:10 pm - located near the Jazz & Heritage Stage

***LINEUP AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE*** - Source nojazzfest.com
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Weekend 1 - Single Day Ticket New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

Advance adult ticket: $45 (each ticket valid for one day only)
Gate Price: $60 Child's ticket: $5 (advance or gate, ages 2 - 11)
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Other Options below

Weekend 2 - Single Day Ticket New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
Advance adult ticket: $45 (each ticket valid for one day only)
Gate Price: $60
Child's ticket: $5 (advance or gate, ages 2 - 10)
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PREMIUM TICKET PACKAGES

Big Chief VIP Experience

The Big Chief VIP Experience is the most luxurious way to enjoy the 2010 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.  A limited number of tickets are sold (first come, first served).  The Big Chief VIP Experience sells out each year—patrons are encouraged to purchase early to avoid being shut out.  Each ticket includes the following:

* Limited number of tickets sold (first come, first served).
* Daily Admission to JAZZ FEST Entry and re-entry for each day you hold a Big Chief ticket. (No car re-entry.)
* Access to VIP Viewing Stands

Big Chief customers have access to raised and covered private viewing areas with beverage concessions and restrooms at the two main stages, Acura and Gentilly. Seating is first-come, first-served. At 3 other stages, Big Chief ticketholders will have semi-private access to a viewing area at the Congo Square/" My Louisiana Stage" at ground level in front of the stage, and at side-stage viewing areas at the Jazz Tent and Blues Tent.

* Access to a Private VIP Hospitality Lounge Renew and revitalize with complimentary light refreshments and full-service restrooms.

* Special Reserved On-site Parking at the Fair Grounds Race Course is available for purchase with a limited number of Big Chief packages..

* A Jazz Fest Program Guide

1st Weekend (April 23, 24, 25) three full Festival days
$850; or $1000 with daily reserved parking
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2nd Weekend (April 29, 30 May 1, 2) four full Festival days
$900; or $1100 with daily reserved parking

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BUY BOTH WEEKENDS TOGETHER

Note: VIP viewing areas will be limited in size, and access may become unavailable, if necessary, to keep the space from exceeding legal capacity and A Big Chief ticket is required for all children over the age of 2.

The Grand Marshal VIP Pass

A very limited number of Jazz Fest fans can upgrade their Festival experience to a pass that allows exclusive access to an upfront, golden circle viewing environment at the Festival’s three main stages: The Acura Stage, The Gentilly Stage, and The Congo Square Stage.

The Grand Marshal VIP Pass is designed for the Festivalgoer who wants the luxury of moving from stage to stage, combined with the thrill of seeing Jazz Fest’s world-class performers up close. Grand Marshal VIP ticketholders in 2010 can enjoy front-stage viewing privileges to see artists such as

1st Weekend Artists (April 23, 24, 25)
Simon & Garfunkel, Lionel Richie, Allman Brothers Band, My Morning Jacket, Anita Baker, Dr. John, Darius Rucker, The Black Crowes, Steel Pulse, The Levon Helm Band, Drake, Baaba Maal, George Clinton and Parliament/Funkadelic, Imagination Movers, Ledisi plus many more.

2nd Weekend (April 29, 30 May 1, 2)
Pearl Jam, Aretha Franklin, Van Morrison, Widespread Panic, The Neville Brothers, Jeff Beck, Irma Thomas, Gipsy Kings, The Dead Weather, Elvis Costello & the Sugarcanes, Teena Marie, Allen Toussaint, Band of Horses, Gov’t Mule, Average White Band, Maze feat. Frankie Beverly plus many more.

Grand Marshal VIP Passes were hugely popular at the Festival selling out in the first year of offering. As the number of VIP passes sold is very limited, interested patrons are encouraged to purchase their Grand Marshal VIP Passes early to avoid being shut out.

The Grand Marshal VIP Pass is sold by specific weekend and includes re-entry privileges (pedestrian only). A very limited number of Grand Marshal packages that include reserved parking are available.

1st Weekend (April 23, 24, 25) three full Festival days
$550; or $700 with daily reserved parking
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2nd Weekend (April 29, 30 May 1, 2) four full Festival days
$600; or $800 with daily reserved parking
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BUY BOTH WEEKENDS TOGETHER

Note: Grand Marshal VIP ticketholders are part of an exclusive, up-close, standing-room only club of Festivalgoers. The stage-area pass does not allow the holder to camp out or to reserve space in the special viewing areas, all of which are chair-free zones. A festive flow of Grand Marshal patrons between performances throughout the day is part of the ethos of this priceless Jazz Fest experience. In addition, cameras with detachable lenses may not be used in this area, and from time to time, picture taking of any kind may not be allowed. A Grand Marshal ticket is required for all children over the age of 2 to access the Grand Marshal viewing areas.

The Krewe of Jazz Fest VIP Pass

Jazz Fest attendees have the opportunity to view all the action at the Acura Stage in a exclusive environment. The Krewe of Jazz Fest area will feature covered high-end folding seats along with private upscale restroom facilities and a dedicated beverage concession area.

Patrons will be able to celebrate Jazz Fest in style, while watching such musical superstars as The Neville Brothers, Pearl Jam, Aretha Franklin, Van Morrison, Lionel Richie, Allman Brothers Band, Widespread Panic, funky Meters, Gov’t Mule, Allen Toussaint, Galactic, Irma Thomas, The Levon Helm Band, Voice of the Wetlands Allstars and many more.

As the number of Krewe of Jazz Fest VIP Passes sold is limited, interested patrons are encouraged to purchase their Passes early to avoid being shut out.

The Krewe of Jazz Fest Pass is sold by specific weekend and includes re-entry privileges (pedestrian only). A very limited number of Krewe of Jazz Fest packages that include reserved parking are available for purchase.

1st Weekend (April 23, 24, 25) three full Festival days
$350; or $500 with daily reserved parking
Click here to purchase online.

2nd Weekend (April 29, 30 May 1, 2) four full Festival days
$400; or $600 with daily reserved parking
Click here to purchase online.

BUY BOTH WEEKENDS TOGETHER

WWOZ Brass Pass One of the Best Values in Jazz Fest!

Brass Pass Benefits

Brass Passes are a great way to enjoy the Fest and help WWOZ keep bringing you the best in New Orleans music. For a membership pledge donation of $425 to WWOZ, you’ll get a 2010 Brass Pass, which gets you into all 7 days of Jazz Fest 2010 and much more..

The ability to enter and exit the festival throughout the day.
Entry through any public pedestrian gate!
Access to the WWOZ Hospitality Tent, where you can enjoy fresh fruit, iced coffee, and a place to sit and relax.
Access to private bathrooms.
Click here to purchase online.

Brass Pass Features

  • Brass Passes are now fully transferable! A different person can use the pass each day of the Fest. There will be no ID checks and anyone you choose can use your pass for a day. (Only one person per day.)
  • The Brass Pass is still a slab 'o brass, but now it comes with a bar-coded laminated pass — no more worrying about lost or soggy tickets.
  • Enter and exit through any of the public pedestrian gates
  • Come and go as you please throughout the day
  • Enjoy the WWOZ Hospitality Tent with fresh fruit, iced coffee, tables & chairs, misters and separate bathrooms 
  • You can access Jazz Fest with your Brass Pass if you ride the Jazz Fest Express shuttle, or use the Accessible car gate (with proper placard, $50 fee, very limited parking).


Click here to purchase online.

The 2010 Jazz Fest Brass Pass Policy

Other Helpful Brass Pass Info

1. The Brass Pass special lines are located at the Sauvage and Gentilly gates. You can enter through these special lines if you wish, but it is not mandatory.

2. There will be no vehicular in and out from the Accessible parking lot/gate.

3. WWOZ Will Call is located at the Sauvage Street entrance and may also be picked up from the ticket booth at the Jazz Fest Express lot.

4. Brass Pass holders may bring in one other person per day to the Hospitality Tent (not to the Festival itself). Children under 12, the elderly, and the disabled are also allowed in with a Brass Pass member to the Hospitality Tent.

Click here to purchase online.

Brass Pass Pickup Info

To pick up your Brass Pass, please bring a picture ID.

2010 Pickup Locations
3/20: Whole Foods Metairie, Noon-6 p.m.
3/21: Whole Foods Uptown, Noon-6 p.m.

4/9-4/11: French Quarter Fest, Noon-6 p.m.

Please note: We'll be in a tent by the Pavilion Stage, not at the Old US Mint.

4/19-4/22: WWOZ Studios (1008 N. Peters, 2nd Floor) 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Jazz Fest Brass Pass Will Call
Sauvage St. Entrance (map)
4/23-4/25: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
4/29-4/30: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
5/1: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
5/2: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Membership Basics

When will my membership be due for renewal?
One year from your last renewal contribution. We'll send you notices starting a few months before — responding ASAP saves 'OZ mailing costs. If you have questions, please call (504) 568-1239 or email membership@wwoz.org.

Why did I receive a reminder when I already sent my contribution?
Sometimes payments get credited to a membership account after we send renewal notices or pledge reminders. Please disregard the extra reminder and accept our apologies. Occasionally, your payment may not have been recorded as a renewal. If you are concerned, call Membership at (504) 568-1239 or email membership@wwoz.org.

Is my credit card information stored in my membership profile?
For your protection, we do not store credit card information. So there is no problem in using a different credit card when you renew online or by phone.

Mail and Publications

Will WWOZ give out my mailing address, phone number or email address?
Our privacy policy stipulates that while WWOZ does reserve the right to use member information for our own marketing purposes, WWOZ will not rent, trade or sell member information to other organizations or individuals.

How can I change my mailing address?
If you move, please email membership@wwoz.org or call (504) 568-1239 with both your old and new mailing addresses. Your updated address information saves WWOZ mailing costs, so please keep us in mind as you update your information!

How do I get off your mailing list?
Simply email membership@wwoz.org or call (504) 568-1239 and ask to have all mailings stopped.

Thank You Gifts

Where is my Brass Pass?
For security reasons, we do not mail Brass Passes. If you have a FedEx account or credit card, email membership@wwoz.org to have yours shipped via FedEx. You'll also have several opportunities prior to Jazz Fest to pick them up, or you can go to WWOZ's Will Call at the Fest. Stay tuned to our Brass Pass Pickup page for details.

When will my thank you gift arrive?
If you requested a thank you gift when you pledged, you'll receive your gift(s) within 4 to 6 weeks. If it has been longer, please call Membership at (504) 568-1239 or email membership@wwoz.org. We appreciate your patience.

Can I get thank you gifts from past membership drives?
It depends on what we have left over. Email membership@wwoz.org or call Membership at (504) 568-1239 to find out if a particular item is available and at what pledge level. You can also check the WWOZ Swamp Shop for more 'OZ gear.

What thank you gifts are available?
See the detailed descriptions of our thank you gifts.

General

What is the best way to contact WWOZ?
For all contact information, including phone numbers and mailing address, go thw WWOZ contact page.

What is the recommended contribution for a basic membership?
WWOZ is all about inclusion, not exclusion, so every gift of any amount makes you a member. We have faith that members will give the most they can because they believe in the music and mission of listener-supported New Orleans community radio.

Is my pledge contribution tax-deductible?
Your contributions to WWOZ are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowable by U.S. law, minus the fair market (retail) value of any thank you gifts you receive, which is listed in your thank you letter. Subtract the stated value of each gift you received to determine your tax-deductible contribution. Please consult your tax advisor if you have other questions about the deductibility of your pledge contribution.

My employer participates in the employee matching gift program. How do I enroll?
You may be able to double your donation to WWOZ. Please ask your employer whether they have a Corporate Matching Gifts program. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, 'OZ (as Friends of WWOZ) is eligible for these programs. Send a matching gift form from your Human Resources Department along with your membership contribution to:

WWOZ
Attn: Matching Gifts
PO Box 51840
New Orleans, LA, 70151.

Can I give membership as a gift to someone?
Absolutely! You pay for the membership (at any level), and the other person receives the benefits. When you fill out the Brass Pass donation form online, check the box labeled "This is an honor or memorial gift" and enter the information in the boxes that appear. You can also call (504) 568-1239 to arrange this.

How can I include WWOZ in my estate plans?
A planned gift for WWOZ can be an outright gift, a life income gift, or a charitable bequest, and it can be made during your lifetime or at the time of death. For detailed information about including WWOZ in your estate plans contact our Development Director by email at giving@wwoz.org or call (504) 568-1239.

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THE NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL

The Jazz & Heritage Festival has been a growing event each year. Setting record crowds the past few years. This two weekend festival has drawn the likes of many top entertainers, such as Paul Simon,Santana, B.B. King, and many more. This event always seems to out do itself every year. The festival always falls on the last weekend in April and the first weekend in May. It may be springtime, but do not count on all to comfortable temperatures. While average highs are only in the lower 80's, the combination between the large crowds and the lack of shade make for a surprisingly hot time. Another great thing about this festival is it gives you an opportuinity to sample just about every local cuisine you can think of. (Tip: Get your Crawfish Bread & Crawfish Monica early in the day. You don't want to waste time standing in line for these great items, when you could be out dancing to great artist). Remember to bring comfortable clothes and shoes and sunscreen and hat to enjoy the festival to its fullest.
Happy Jazz Fest!!!!

 

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