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Bey to Bring her Honey to NOLA

Last year, Beyonce spent a lot of time in Louisiana during shoots for her “Formation” and “Lemonade” videos, but the Crescent City did not make the cut for a tour to support the new projects. On Thursday (5.05), the Queen Bey remedied that omission, adding a NOLA stop to the Formation World Tour.

FiyaFest's Red Hot Lineup

FiyaFest, the annual jam packed jam and funk festival announced their lineup on Thursday (2.25). The reprieve from Jazz Fest features an all-star mix of local and national names such as Maceo, Zigaboo Modeliste, Karl Denson, and Ben Jaffe.

Champions Squared

Champions Square will host yet another big-name show this spring. Weezer and Panic! at the Disco will be coming to town on June 12th.

Beaucoup Music at BUKU Announced

Ready for the bass? The BUKU Music + Art Project rolled out their 2016 lineup today and tickets go on sale on Thursday (12.03). Headliners include some returning favorites like Pretty Lights and Kid Cudi as well as a few summer strs like Fetty Wap and CHVRCHES.

Mumfords... And Sun

Folk-rock fans rejoice! Mumford & Sons are heading back to New Orleans this spring. The popular group announced plans to play Zephyr Field on April 9, 2016.

Bad JuJu: Voodoo Cancels Sunday Shows

Despite two days of rituals, the weather gods unleashed their wrath on Voodoo Music + Art Experience today. Organizers announced that due to the stormy weather, the final day of the popular fest in City Park will be cancelled.

What's the Deal With Fall Tickets?

Summer may be slow season, but now is the time to stash those shekels for fall. Tickets for Jery Seinfeld's return to the Saenger and single day tickets for the Voodoo Art + Music Experience go on sale this week.

Seat Belt Sting

Motorists who do not buckle up for safety should consider buckling up for budget. Through the end of the month, the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office (OPSO) will be targeting motorists without seatbelt for tickets.

Pixies Stick with NOLA

Iconic rockers, the Pixies emerged from a 23 year hiatus in April 2014 with the release of a new album, Indie Cindy and some live shows. The band is now planning a North American tour slated to kick off in New Orleans.

Stevens, Buress, Primus, & Primal Scream Announce NOLA Dates

A quartet of new shows were announced today. Sufjan Stevens is coming to the Saenger. Primus and Primal Scream are both coming to the Civic. And, Hannibal Buress will be back in town. All tickets go on sale on January 30.

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