Just outside of the French Quarter lies the famous Louis Armstrong Park, the perfect place to go if you want to dance to free, live music and enjoy the gorgeous weather in the spring and fall.
Each season, the park hosts a live concert series every Thursday evening, featuring local bands, live painting and art displays, food vendors, and even a DJ to host each event! Admission is free so head on over to the park and watch the sun go down to the sounds of a local New Orleans band.
Locals and visitors alike love going to Jazz at the Park for its wide variety of local music styles and energetic crowds of all ages. Previous performers have included local and national favorites like Jon Cleary, Charmaine Neville, Treme Brass Band, Little Freddie King and many more!
Attendees will also find beautiful art work on display by some of the most talented up-and-coming artists in the city. From live painting, to handmade jewelry and fine crafts, you’ll be inspired each week by these locally made pieces.
Just steps from the French Quarter sits this public park that honors the jazz great Louis Armstrong. Look for the iconic, arched entrance"”inside you'll find sites like Congo Square (a historic meeting place for...