Oakwood At The Saulet

1420 Annuciation Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States
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Jazz fest

by natusik78

hello, can you please tell me, when will be next jazz fest in New Orleans?

Re: Jazz fest

by TexasDave

Google is very helpful for questions like this.

The first weekend will run from April 29th - May 1st. The second weekend takes place from May 5th - May 8th.

Re: Jazz fest

by Odinnthor

Be aware that booking early is the key, as the jazz fest is very popular. Also know that you will be in a veritable sea of people while at the fest.

Keep in mind that most of the performers are going to be jamming at the local clubs all over town, and if you keep your ear to the ground, and ask around in the French Quarter (bartenders are a good source), you can catch some up close and personal big name jamming sessions in some of the popular clubs. In my opinion, that is the best way to enjoy jazz fest in New Orleans. Here is a bit of New Orleans to wet the appetite......and if you don't like what the doctor say, - Jacomo fine an dei....d:o)


Re: Jazz fest

by ter1413

Great question!

Re: Jazz fest

by GraydonWilson

JazzFest is a two-weekend event. It is always the last weekend in April and the first weekend in may. The first weekend starts on the Friday and the second weekend starts on the Thursday. Both weekends end on Sunday.

Re: Jazz fest

by TravellerMel

Agree completely with Erik (Odinnthor) - book your hotel and flights early, as places do fill up. Tickets are cheaper in advance, but available at the gate. Definitely worth the trip! Most of the stages are outside where there is very little shade, and the sun can be brutal. Traditionally, it will rain one weekend, so the ground is soggy. Still, it is the best time and a great opportunity to hear all sorts of music. I loved to walk from stage to stage, sampling a little of each. Be sure to catch Cowboy Mouth if they are performing when you go - they are GREAT!!

Travel Tips for New Orleans

Where Is Uptown?

by hquittner

Neighborhoods in New Orleans, like many large cities that continually expand, retain their names beyond their original usefulness. Uptown originally referred to the entire area on the north edge of New Orleans (where the nouveau riche lived up to the "lowerline", the southern border of Carrollton some 5 miles from Canal Street (early 1830's). These were the termini of the local railroad (soon to become streetcar). Along the route were several plantations. As the city grew, these became real estate developments and the more attractive name Garden District was applied (better than Uptown which kept moving North). Unofficially the Garden District ends at Nashville Avenue. In the meantime Tulane and Loyola Universities sprang up in this area and so the prestgious University Area was applied to the area around Audubon Park, up to Lowerline which continued to mark the now merged in Carrollton (town-area). Living just above Lowerline, I can appropriate without guilt Uptown, Carrollton or University Area as an answer to the question "where do you live?" or even "just above the Garden District. (In Paris the same thing happens with the Latin Quarter which seems to now include all of the 5&6 Arr.).

If in need of medical care

by Smarr

If you are in need of medical attention the place to go is Tulane University Hospital. My last trip was on 11-01-02 and I was in an accident while riding in a taxi. I was asked which Hospital I want to go to and did not know what my choices were. The E.M.S. person suggest Tulane. He was correct. I was treated well by the doctors and staff and recommend them if you need medical attention while in New Orleans.

Be ready to check out the...

by hackenbush

Be ready to check out the history and restaurants. The city has an extensive collection of both.A great time can be had sitting on a balcony with a drink or meal and just watching the parade of people and/or street performers.There are galleries and antique shops on Royal St that are out of this world ('Where would we have room for that $265K chandelier?') and many that feature local artists which are difficult to see away from N.O.
There are many small passageways between building that lead to beautiful courtyards which are not visible from the front of the building.If you have a chance take a glimpse at some of the scenes that aren't visible from the street. The French Qtr is the heart of the city. Count on spending most of your time there but there is a lot more. Probably the one 'must do' would be the Hurricane at Pat O Brien's on St Peter St. It'll sooth your thirst during the day and your head during the evening. Their courtyard can get crowded at night , but if it does, scoot around to their bar facing Bourbon St .....

hidden oases

by Jonathan_C

As you're walking the streets on the Esplanade side of the Quarter you should take any opportunity that presents itself to peek into the lovely courtyards that exist behind mostly closed doors. The serene setting you'll find here is what makes it possible for people to live in the French Quarter and stay sane.

Faubourg Marigny

by Cabana_Boy

This is perhaps my favorite part of the city, the neighborhood is intimate, the architecture is classic New Orleans and the music is top notch…As with many places in nola, you never know what you’re going to see on any given night out in the Marigny…Frenchman Street comes alive at night as music (and drinks) pours out into the street from the likes of dba, spotted cat and the apple barrel. As the night gives in to the desires of day, the red sun rises over muddy waters and you have wonder why anyone would want to their anywhere else in the city…


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