New Orleans

For a relatively small city, New Orleans has a remarkably vibrant and varied performing-arts community. While there are many traditional performance venues around town, one of the most exciting movements in recent years is the fringe theater action along Saint Claude Avenue, in the Bywater neighborhood. The annual Fringe Theater Festival brings pop-up performances, but there are also some permanent venues as well.

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  • 1. Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts

    Tremé | Music

    A $27-million post-Katrina renovation returned the lights to this fabulous stage and restored the sculpture-filled Armstrong Park grounds. With...Read More

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  • 2. Trinity Artist Series

    Garden District | Music

    Gratifying concerts of all types—solo, choral, orchestral, and chamber—fill the vaulted interior of Trinity Episcopal Church most Sunday evenings...Read More

  • 3. Celebration in the Oaks


    City Park's majestic oaks, Botanical Gardens, Carousel Garden, and Storyland amusement park are awash in holiday lights and decorations during...Read More

  • 4. Friends of Music

    Uptown | Music

    This organization brings superior performers from all over the world to Tulane University's Dixon Hall. Concerts take place approximately once...Read More

  • 5. Jefferson Performing Arts Society

    Metairie | Music

    A wonderful fount of culture, if a bit out-of-the-way, the society stages musicals, ballets, recitals, kids' theater, and operas at multiple...Read More

  • 6. Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra

    Central Business District | Music

    The always good, sometimes excellent LPO now holds court at the Orpheum Theater while continuing to perform at Tulane and Loyola university...Read More

  • 7. Roussel Performance Hall at Loyola University

    Uptown | Dance

    The excellent Loyola music department hosts regular performances at its Roussel Performance Hall, including guest appearances by internationally...Read More

  • 8. Saenger Theatre

    Tremé | Music

    Built in 1927, The Saenger has impressive ceiling decorations, a chandelier that came from a château near Versailles, and Italian baroque–style...Read More

  • 9. Tigermen Den

    Bywater | Dance

    Every second Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm, this quaint venue hosts a family-friendly Cajun brunch, a traditional "fais do-do," where a rowdy pack...Read More

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