The New Orleans Jazz Museum is holding its 5th Annual Improvisations Gala on Saturday, December 3 at the museum's landmark location, 400 Esplanade Avenue. The Annual Gala is a ticketed event, set to run from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., with the event's exclusive Patron's Party kicking off an hour earlier at 7 p.m.
The Improvisations Gala
This year's Gala will host an impressive selection of New Orleans' most talented musicians, who will be featured across the event's multiple performance stages. The music will be accompanied by some of the city's best cocktails and cuisine, and all guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy some of the museum's finest visual installations.
The line-up includes Irma Thomas, GALACTIC, featuring Angelika "Jelly" Joseph, Mahmoud Chouki, Aurora Nealand, Trumpet Mafia, Tim Laughlin, Victor Atkins and so much more. The Patron Party from 7-8 will feature the Germaine Bazzle Band with Charlie Gabriel and delicious bites from Drago's Seafood Restaurant, Galatoire's, Acme, and Dickie Brennan & Co.
Overall, it's set to be a night full of celebration and appreciation for the Big Easy's favorite art form.
There is a Cyber Monday sale--today, November 28 until midnight, only. Buy 2 General Admission tickets for only $200! That's $100 off two tickets You must purchase a minimum of two tickets to get the deal with code: CYBERMONDAY. Available at www.nolajazzmuseum.org/gala. At their standard costs, Patron Level tickets are $300, and GA tickets go up to $150— so act fast to experience the night at a better price!
The New Orleans Jazz Museum is a special site of Big Easy culture and preservation, located right on the edge of the city's historic French Quarter. Looking not only at the past, but also into the future, the Jazz Museum aims to continue and foster the legacy of jazz music in a way that can only be done from the place it was born.
With a host of visual exhibitions, educational programs, and immersive performance opportunities, the New Orleans Jazz Museum does a lot to keep the musical spirit of the city alive. Its Annual Improvisations Gala donates all funds directly to the museum and its ongoing efforts to remember, teach, and research the art of jazz in its birthplace.
The Jazz Museum is open at 400 Esplanade Avenue from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays through Sundays. For more information on exhibitions and admission, visit the website here.
For more information on attending the 5th Annual Improvisations Gala, or to purchase tickets, visit the link here.