Tremé and the 7th Ward have given life to some of New Orleans’ (and the world’s) most famous works of art, music, and culture.
To celebrate these historic, thriving areas, the Tremé/7th Ward neighborhoods host an annual, free spring festival that features neighborhood tours, bar crawls, a Gospel breakfast, and a Congo Square second line!
Under the Bridges Arts and Culture Festival
This free two-day music festival is open to the public and takes place in the spring under I-10 between Basin Street & St. Bernard Avenue along North Claiborne Avenue. Attendees can expect to see live music legends, local cuisine, and crafts, as well as community organizations and city partners who will share the history and significance of these neighborhoods.
This year’s entertainment lineup includes:
Tremé Brass Band
Original Royal Players Brass Band
Corey Henry & The Tremé Funkets
Dat Boi Cue
Young Podie and the Big Shots
Kid Merv & All That Jazz
Andrews Family Band
Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs
Bernell with the All Starz Brass Band
Kermit Ruffins & the BBQ Swingers
...and more! Performances run from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. See the full schedule here.
Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a Gospel breakfast, Congo Square second line, tours of the neighborhoods, panel discussions, and more.