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2009 Mirliton Festival Pictures in Bywater,
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6T'9 Social Aid & Pleasure Club
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2009 Southern Decadence Festival Pictures in
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2008 Mirliton Festival Pictures in Bywater,
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New Orleans Best Live Music Clubs

New Orleans Music Clubs Internet Links

New Orleans. La Nouvelle Orléans. The Crescent City. La Ville. The City That Care Forgot. The Big Easy... the greatest city in the world!

New Orleans has a wide array of musical options and clubs to suit any discrinating taste. On any given night there’s someplace to find rock and blues legends to up and coming solo acoustic performers, jazz to Cajun or even sounds you’ve never heard before. Below are some of the more popular live music venues Links on the internet throughout the Cresent City.

If your New Orleans Music web site is not listed here please contact us and we will post it!

The Abita Springs OpryAbita Springs
A non-profit organization dedicated to the presentation and preservation of Louisiana roots music. monthly, folks gather to dance across the old wooden floor to the strains of Cajun music. The hall serves one other very important function. On Saturday nights six times a year, in the months of March, April, May, September, October and November; the Town Hall becomes a concert auditorium. The best old-time country, bluegrass, traditional southern gospel and other forms of traditional Louisiana music played live, in its original form, acoustically, without the aid of electric amplifiers plugged into the guitars, mandolins, fiddles, dobros and other instruments used to provide the beautiful sounds that emanate from the raised platform that serves as the stage.The Abita Springs Opry is a series of music concerts held six times a year and is produced by a nonprofit organization, Abita Opry Inc. The show has the mission of preserving and presenting Louisiana "Roots" music.

Banks Street BarNew Orleans
New Orleans live music venue and neighborhood bar.

Birdies RoadhouseVarnado
The most authentic road house in the country. Born from the dreams, sweat, blood and tears of two of the finest purveyors of live music in the country. If walls could talk, those at Birdies Roadhouse would have quite a story to tell. A “gumbo” of music, friendship and good times. During the Mardi Gras season of 1982, Sandy and Sam, two classy bartenders met. One, dressed in a toga draped in dripping grapes, the other in a possessed “psycho clown” costume. That chance meeting began an ongoing partnership. After entertaining Washington Parish, many parties, and many costumes later, their dreams came true. The land came first. A piece of property on Highway 21, zoned for a club. Then the house. A 1936 double shotgun house donated by friends. Then , the Reverend E.J Williams( aka Wild Bill and His Crazy Organ),who played many years on Bourbon Street in his youth. He moved her, he really moved her. Then came the transformation: a long four months of lots of hard work donated by friends and family; lots of blood, sweat and beers. Birdies Roadhouse: The little house with THE BIG SOUND. Featuring good times all the time.

Bombay ClubNew Orleans
T he Bombay Club is exactly the sort of place that many people dream of enjoying in New Orleans but cannot seem to find. It's decadent, but tasteful--delicious, but not stuffy--filled with great live music, but never deafening. New Orleans , so well known for her music, food, and spirits, has surprisingly few venues that offer a high quality sampling of all three. One of these rare places is The Bombay Club , a lovely candlelit spot tucked away in the heart of the French Quarter at 830 Conti Street . Although the club is located just a short half-block from the infamous Bourbon Street , its ambiance is miles away.

Bourbon Vieux RoomNew Orleans -
Bourbon Vieux – featuring one of the French Quarter’s largest balconies overlooking always-festive Bourbon Street — is renowned as “the finest party location in town.” The perfect place for any special occasion – such as theme parties, banquets, receptions, weddings and other events.Bourbon Vieux hosts parties open to everyone for seasonal and holiday activities throughout the year, including Mardi Gras in New Orleans and New Year’s Eve. We invite you to join us for food, music, and fun during these special events! For all your Special Occasion & Private Party Needs in America’sMost Entertaining City

Carrollton StationNew Orleans -
Carrollton Station has managed to establish itself as not only one of the city's best neighborhood bar rooms, but also as one of its outstanding live music venues. Carrollton Station in New Orleans ~ 8140 Willow Street, New Orleans, LA 70118 ~ (504) 865-9190 ~

Chris Owens Club & BalconyNew Orleans -
A t 500 Bourbon Street, one of the best known addresses in New Orleans. Chris Owens is a Bourbon Street legend. New Orleanians know and love her as a true star of stage, screen, television and radio. Visitors to our city soon "discover" this Dynamic Entertainer and her show is becoming more international.

Funky PirateNew Orleans -
Bourbon Street Blues club with a pirate decor.

House of BluesNew Orleans -
C entral site for all the House of Blues, info, calendar, plus on-line music. Located in the French Quarter. In our Music Halls you will find almost every music genre imaginable: Rock n' Roll, Punk, Alternative, Heavy Metal, Rap, Country, Hip-Hop, Rhythm and Blues, Rock en Español, Jazz, Zydeco, Folk, Electronica and many other genres grace our stages.

Howlin' WolfNew Orleans -
From its debut on Dec. 8, 1988, in a small, L-shaped room in Fat City to its current home in a 1,000-capacity Warehouse District space, the Wolf has evolved into one of the city's premier live music venues, presenting a mix of local and national rock, blues, jazz and roots music.

Kerry Irish PubNew Orleans -
On Decatur Street in the French Quarter with an Irish Pub theme and a live music venue.

Le Chat NoirNew Orleans -
This cabaret features two rooms: The Cabaret Room Theater and Bar Noir. The Cabaret Room serves as a venue for theater, cabaret acts and music. The performance schedule changes weekly, and a variety of different shows is available.

Louisiana Music FactoryNew Orleans -
The Louisiana Music Factory specializes in New Orleans music, Cajun music, Zydeco music, New Orleans jazz, blues, R&B, and other regional music. Try our online store." They also have live music every Saturday

MargaritavilleNew Orleans -
Located in the French Quarter. Live music seven days a week beginning in the afternoons. Jimmy Buffett. a Gulf Coast native, spent much of his early career playing in clubs on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Margaritaville Cafe New Orleans ~ 1104 Decatur Street ~ New Orleans, LA 70116
Tel: (504 )592-2565 Fax: (504) 592-2555

Michaul'sNew Orleans -
Michaul's offers great Cajun cuisine, live Cajun music and free Cajun and line dance lessons, Monday-Saturday."Michaul's Live Cajun Music Restaurant • 840 St. Charles Avenue • New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
Email: • Phone: 1-800-563-4055 (toll-free) or 1-504-522-5517 (local)

Mulate'sNew Orleans
This legendary restaurant is recognized throughout the world as the King of Cajun Dine and Dance halls. We feature live Cajun music and dancing along with great authentic Cajun food seven days a week. Mulate's is a place where Cajuns come to celebrate their heritage and the world comes to join them in their celebration."

Neutral Ground CoffeehouseNew Orleans -
The oldest coffeehouse in New Orleans." This great spot for home-grown music usually features four acts a night! Features the finest in Auditory, Visual and Culinary Arts Music & Poetry Painting & Sculpture Coffees & Teas with Pastries Located Uptown at 5110 Danneel St.

New Orleans NightlifeNew Orleans -
New Orleans premier Bars and Clubs guide with information on the hottest local bars, live music clubs, dance clubs and hotel bars. Everything you want to know about New Orleans best bars and music clubs like the Blue Nile, Cafe Brazil, Checkpoint Charlie's, the House of Blues, the Funky Butt and many more. Also includes a complete dining guide with restaurant reviews.

O'Flaherty's Irish PubNew Orleans -
For over 14 years we have been a home for the Celtic culture in Louisiana. Only traditional music and dance has ever graced the stages of this establishment.

Old Opera HouseNew Orleans -
Many of these artist's got their start at the Old Opera House and to this day many new artists get their start there also. It's not unusual to see many famous artist's come in and get up on stage with the band that's playing.

Old Point BarAlgiers -
The Old Point Bar is located in historic Algiers Point, New Orleans just minutes from the French Quarter by ferry and offers live music nightly.

Patout's and The Cajun CabinNew Orleans -
Live Cajun music every night! Located in the heart of the French Quarter on Bourbon Street. Chef Gigi Patout cooks up authentic Cajun cuisine to your liking.

Pat O'BriensNew Orleans -
Pat 'O's is perhaps the most famous bar in the world. It is the biggest bar in the world, in volume of alcohol sold, never mind the French Quarter! The patio bar is one of the most beautiful patios in all the French Quarter with a magnificent fountain as a centerpiece. The piano bar features dueling pianos with funhouse atmosphere. Pat O'Brien's is known for creating the 'Hurricane" rum cocktail.

Praline ConnectionNew Orleans -
The Praline Connection serves "down-home" cajun-creole style soul food at affordable prices. In 1993, The Praline Connection realized another dream by enlarging their uptown warehouse district location in acquiring the lease on the building once known as 'The New Orleans Music Hall,' and is now known as 'The Praline Connection Gospel and Blues Hall.'

Preservation HallNew Orleans -
T raditional jazz music club. This is one of the only places in New Orleans where you'll find traditional New Orleans "Dixieland" jazz played by great local jazz musicians.

Rock-N-BowlNew Orleans -
A family bowling alley where New Orleans music thrives and bands like Beau Jocque, Snooks Eaglin, Tab Benoit and the Iguanas are heard nightly.

Ruby's RoadhouseMandeville -
A great up-close live music venue. Site has complete music calendar, t-shirts, photos and more.

Snug HarborNew Orleans
Live jazz bistro on Frenchmen street in the Faubourg Marigny. This is the most intimate Jazz venue in New Orleans. Combine the intimacy with an ever-changing line up of some of the best musicians in the world and you end up with an up-close and personal music experience that can not be matched anywhere else in the city. On almost any night you are guaranteed to bear witness to the forefront of contemporary jazz in the making. The small wood-paneled bar room holds several tables for dining where dim lighting and exposed wooden beams give off the feeling of being in a cabin in the woods. The performance hall boasts 25 foot ceilings and several tables lined up in front of an elevated stage. Menu items include the Seafood Pasta; oysters, shrimp and crawfish with penne rigate pasta, sauteed in extra virgin cold pressed olive oil, the Crawfish Etouffe, and the freshly cut and grilled Filet Mignon.

Southport HallJefferson -
The New Southport Club was an illegal casino and nightspot in the 1930s to the 1950s. It is the only gambling building that has survived in a 3 block area and has been refurbished as the Southport Hall, a night club. The New Southport Hall is the perfect place to experience ambiance and great music."

Sweet Lorraine'sNew Orleans -
L ocated on the edge of the historic New Orleans' French Quarter. We feature the best in local, national, and international jazz artists with blues, Latin, and New Orleans' sounds.

Tipitina'sNew Orleans
Historic music hall, filled with the spirit and tradition of New Orleans. Offers club merchandise and CDs for sale.

The Abbey Bar
1123 Decatur St. (504) 523-7177

Apple Barrel
609 Frenchmen St. (504) 949-9399

Arnaud's Jazz Bistro
813 Bienville (504) 523-5433

BJ's Lounge
4301 Burgundy (504) 945-9256

Bally's Casino Stars & Stripes Blvd
(504) 248-3200

Banks Street Bar & Grill
4401 Banks Street (504) 486-0258

The Big Top
1638 Clio Street (504) 569-2700

Blue Nile
532 Frenchmen St. (504) 948-2583

The Blues Club
216 Bourbon St. (504) 561-1158

Bombay Club
830 Conti (504) 586-0972

Brewhouse Grill
201 N. Carrollton (504) 484-0525

The Bulldog
3236 Magazine (504) 891-1516

Cafe Brasil
2100 Chartres (504) 949-0851

Cajun Cabin
501 Bourbon Street (504) 529-4256

Carrollton Station
8140 Willow (504) 865-9190

Check Point Charlie
501 Esplanade (504) 949-7012

Circle Bar
1032 St. Charles (504) 588-2616

Club Ampersand
1100 Tulane Ave. (504) 566-0995

735 735 Bourbon Street (504) 581-6742

333 St. Charles (504) 565-5595

The Columns Hotel
3811 St. Charles (504) 899-9308

Contemporary Arts Center
900 Camp Street (504) 528-3800

The Core @ State Palace Theatre
1108 Canal Street (504) 522-4435

Crown and Anchor Pub
200 Pelican Street (504) 227-1007

The Country Club
634 Louisa Street (504) 945-0742

618 Frenchmen St. (504) 942-3731

Delta Blues Grill
542 S Jeff Davis (504) 822-0358

Dixie Taverne *closed*
3340 Canal Street (504) 822-8268

The Dock *gone*
1926 West End Park (504) 284-3625

Donna's Bar & Grill
800 North Rampart (504) 596-6914

Dos Jefes Uptown Cigar Bar
5535 Tchoupitoulas (504) 891-8500

Dragon's Den
435 Esplanade (504) 949-1750

The Dungeon
738 Toulouse (504) 523-5530

Eddie Bo's Check Your Bucket
2107 Banks Street (504) 581-5505

Ernie K-Doe's Mother-in-Law Lounge
1500 N. Claiborne (504) 947-1078

Fair Grinds Coffee House
3133 Ponce de Leon (504) 482-2139

Famous Door
339 Bourbon Street (504) 522-7626

Fine Arts Center
1733 Constantinople (504) 269-3922

544 Club
544 Bourbon Street (504) 568-9127

Foley's Pub & Grill
2901 Tulane Ave. (504) 822-1375

French Quarter Bar (Ritz-Carlton)
921 Canal Street (504) 524-1331

Fritzel's Jazz Pub
733 Bourbon Street (504) 561-0432

Funky Butt *closed*
714 North Rampart (504) 558-0872

Funky Pirate
727 Bourbon Street (504) 523-1960

Grand Palace Jazz
1732 Canal Street (504) 301-9200

The Hangar (Rendon Inn)
1511 S. Rendon (504) 822-9858

Hard Rock Cafe
418 N. Peters (504) 529-5617

Harrah's New Orleans
Canal at The River (504) 533-6000

Hi-Ho Lounge
2239 St. Claude (504) 947-9344

Hookah Cafe
500 Frenchmen St. (504) 943-1101

House of Blues / The Parish
225 Decatur (504) 529-2583

Howl At The Moon
135 Bourbon Street (504) 410-9000

Howlin' Wolf *moved*
907 South Peters (504) 529-5844

Irvin Mayfield's Over the City
World Trade Center (504) 595-8900

Andrew Jaeger's Seafood
300 Decatur Street (504) 522-4964

Jazz Parlor at Storyville
125 Bourbon Street (504) 410-1000

Joe's Cozy Corner
1532 Ursulines (504) 561-9216

Kerry Irish Pub
331 Decatur (504) 527-5954

Kingpin Bar
1307 Lyons Street (504) 891-2373

Kiefer UNO Lakefront Arena
6801 Franklin Ave. (504) 280-7171

Krazy Korner
640 Bourbon Street (504) 524-3157

La Strada
440 Bourbon Street (504) 525-0303

Lafayette Sports Club
600 St. Charles Avenue (504) 410-2582

Le Bon Temps Roule
4801 Magazine St. (504) 895-8117

Le Chat Noir
715 St. Charles (504) 581-5812

Le Salon (Windsor Court)
300 Gravier Street (504) 596-4773

Lion's Den *closed*
2655 Gravier (504) 822-4693

Louisiana Music Factory
210 Decatur (504) 586-1094

Louisiana Superdome
Sugar Bowl Drive (504) 587-3663

Lounge Lizards
200 Decatur Street (504) 598-1500

Loyola University Various
(504) 865-3037

Lucy's Retired Surfers Bar
701 Tchoupitoulas (504) 523-8995

Lupin Hall (NOCCA)
2800 Chartres Street (504) 940-2787

Maison Bourbon
641 Bourbon Street (504) 522-8818

Maple Leaf
8316 Oak Street (504) 866-9359

Margaritaville Cafe / Storyville Tavern
1104 Decatur (504) 592-2565

840 St. Charles (504) 522-5517

Mid-City Lanes Rock 'N' Bowl
4133 S. Carrollton (504) 482-3133

201 Julia Street (504) 522-1492

Neutral Ground Coffee House
5110 Danneel (504) 891-3381

New Orleans Arena
1501 Girod Street (504) 846-5959

New Orleans Jazz Park
916 N. Peters (504) 589-4841

O'Flaherty's Irish Channel Pub *closed*
514 Toulouse (504) 529-1317

Ogden Museum of Southern Art
925 Camp Street (504) 539-9600

Old Opera House
601 Bourbon Street (504) 522-3265

Old Point Bar (Algiers)
545 Patterson (504) 364-0950

One Eyed Jacks
615 Toulouse Street (504) 569-8361

Orpheum Theatre
129 University Place (504) 524-3285

Palm Court Jazz Cafe
1204 Decatur (504) 525-0200

Patio 79
7979 Earhart (504) 486-7225

Patout's Cajun Bistro
501 Bourbon Street (504) 529-4256

Polynesian Joe's
869 Magazine Street (504) 525-9301

Pontchartrain Hotel
2031 St. Charles (504) 524-0581

Praline Connection
907 South Peters (504) 523-3973

Preservation Hall
726 Saint Peter (504) 522-2841

The R Bar
1431 Royal Street (504) 948-7499

Red Eye Grill
852 South Peters (504) 593-9393

Republic New Orleans *new*
828 South Peters (504) 528-8282

Rosy's Jazz Hall
500 Valence Street (504) 866-3019

Saenger Theatre
143 North Rampart (504) 524-2490

Sandbar (at UNO)
The Cove at UNO (504) 280-6381

Seaport Cajun Cafe
424 Bourbon Street (504) 568-0981

4529 Tchoupitoulas (504) 895-1456

Showcase Lounge
1915 North Broad (504) 945-5612

Showcase Uptown
1700 Louisiana Ave (504) 945-5612

Six Flags - closed
New Orleans I-10 at I-510 (504) 253-8100

Snug Harbor
626 Frenchmen St (504) 949-0696

The Spotted Cat
623 Frenchmen St. (504) 943-3887

State Palace Theatre
1108 Canal Street (504) 522-4435

Steak Knife
888 Harrison Ave (504) 488-8981

Sweet Lorraine's
1931 St. Claude Ave (504) 945-9654

501 Napoleon (504) 891-8477

216 Bourbon Street (504) 299-3900

The Tricou House
711 Bourbon Street (504) 525-8379

Trinity Episcopal Church
1329 Jackson Ave (504) 522-0276

Tropical Isle (Bourbon)
721 Bourbon Street (504) 529-4109

Tropical Isle (Toulouse)
738 Toulouse Street (504) 525-1689

Twiropa *closed*
1544 Tchopitoulas (504) 587-3777

Ugly Dog Saloon & BBQ
401 Howard Avenue (504) 569-8459

Vaughan's Lounge
4229 Dauphine (504) 947-5562

The Velvet Room
916 Lafayette Street (504) 589-0069

The Venue *now open*
1755 Tchoupitoulas (504) 309-9941

The Wisdom
1359 St. Bernard Ave (504) 915-0207

Wit's Inn
141 North Carrollton (504) 486-1600

Ye Olde College Inn
3016 S. Carrollton (504) 866-3683

Zeitgeist Theatre
1724 Oretha Castle Haley (504) 525-2767

Metairie and Jefferson Parish
Clubs & Venues

Bada Bing's
3515 Hessmaar (504) 454-1120

Boomtown Casino (Harvey)
4132 Peters Road (504) 366-7711

Club Silhouette
3505 N. Hullen (504) 885-1771

Critic's Choice
4725 Quincy (504) 887-9809

Deck Bar & Grille
1715 Jefferson Hwy (504) 830-0104

1300 N Causeway Blvd (504) 834-6474

Legends Bar & Grille
2708 N Hullen Street (504) 887-3877

2347 Metairie Road (504) 831-8637

Mo's Chalet
3201 Houma Blvd (504) 780-2961

Rivershack Tavern
3449 River Road (504) 834-4938

Southport Hall
200 Monticello Avenue (504) 835-2903

North Shore / St. Tammany Parish
Clubs & Venues

Columbia Street Tap Room (Covington)
434 N Columbia St. (985) 898-0899

Last Call (Slidell)
230 Cousin St. (985) 781-2969

Mandeville Trailhead Amphitheater
675 Lafitte Street (985) 624-3147

Palmettos Bayou Bar & Grill (Slidell)
1901 Bayou Lane (985) 643-0050

Pontchartrain Vineyards ("Jazz'n the Vines")
81250 Old Military Rd (985) 892-9742

Ruby's Roadhouse (Mandeville)
840 Lamarque (985) 626-9748

Smoke-N-Blues BBQ (Slidell)
1768 Front Street (985) 643-6463

Water's Edge Bar & Grill (Slidell)
4427 Pontchartrain Drive (985) 781-5882



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