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Voodoo Drops 2017 Lineup


We’re barely into the summer season, but folks looking for some sweet relief from the heat can turn their attention to the fall. On Tuesday morning, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience revealed their lineup for the Halloween weekend (10.27-10.29) fete. Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, The Killers, LCD Soundsystem, and DJ Snake are just a few of the big names on the 2017 roster. 


Voodoo Drops 2016 Lineup


As the mercury rises, thoughts are already turning to fall. Fortunately, there is lots to look forward to. Today, the Voodoo Music + Arts Experience revealed their lineup for the Halloween weekend (10.28-10.30) fete. Tool, Arcade Fire, The Weeknd, The Chainsmokers, Die Antwood, and Les Claypool are just a few of the big names on the 2016 roster. 


Spring Lineup for Wednesday at the Square Drops


The next week of Carnival is sure to be a blur, but after the bleachers at Lafayette Square come down, a stage will go up. The Young Leadership Council (YLC) Wednesdays at the Square series is slated to return March 2nd. Today, organizers revealed the season’s schedule.


Greased!

Galactic & Tip's Team Up for The Landing



Regardless of Drew Brees’ shoulder, New Orleanians are guaranteed at least one touch-down this weekend. The Landing fest is is bringing music to the lakefront on Saturday (9.26) and Sunday (9.27).


Runnin' on the River

Rock n' Roll Marathon Returns Sunday (Route, Closures)



Before the debauchery of Carnival begins in full, New Orleanians are taking to the streets for a healthier parade. On Sunday (1.24), the annual Rock n’ Roll Marathon is back in town. More than 15,000 runners are expected to cover the 26.2-mile, 12.1-mile races, and new 10k races. The runs step off at 7 a.m. from Camp and Poydras St. The pounding of the pavement won't be the only sound, however, as a band will be playing on every mile of the course.


Make a Joyous Noise

New Year's Music Rundown



Many New Orleanians were so caught up in the holiday season that they did not even consider what to do on New Year’s Eve. For those undecided, NOLA has lots of music to offer. NoDef’s crack Listings Editor, Ashley Rouen, put together a roundup of all the show’s to usher in the year 2015 with.


War Song

Gambling Battles Southern at Dome Tonight (Videos)



There’s no question: NOLA’s got brass. So, the nation’s top marching band showdown fits right within the beat of the city. Tonight, ‘da Dome plays host to the Annual Bayou Classic Battle of the Bands. The event provides an intense hour plus of music and theatrics as two of the country’s best units face off.


Brass Menagerie: WWOZ Leads Super Second Line


WWOZ is in the midst of their fall funds drive cum celebration of New Orleans music. In appropriate fashion, there will be a massive second line on Saturday (11.08) to mark the occasion. Tonight, ten brass bands and a host of carnival marching krewes will form up for the Brass Menagerie Parade.


Today in New Orleans: 03.06.14


Tonight, local jazz drummer Jason Marsalis wows audiences at Snug Harbor, and the Steve Miller Band is making a New Orleans tour stop at the Saenger. On this date in 1867, General Philip Sheridan arrived in New Orleans to command the Fifth Military District during Reconstruction. Now, more to do this Holy Thursday. 


Bayou Classic Parades Today


The Bayou Classic may be a football game by definition, but devotees know that it's all about the bands. Those who do not have the opportunity to watch the Battle of the Bands at 'da Dome have a second chance to hear the music during today's Bayou Classic Thanksgiving Day Parade.


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