Preservation Hall, New Orleans
About Preservation Hall, New Orleans
Preservation Hall, New Orleans - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 726 St Peter St, New Orleans, LA 70116, United States
Ticket Price: 20 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 pm - 11:00 pm Details
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The Preservation hall is the only venue where you can here Traditional New Orleans Jazz concerts and is the center of the city’s Jazz music culture.
The Preservation hall is noted for the revival of dying Jazz music during the 1950’s and in the early 60’s- With a handful of jazz artists,started arranging rehearsal sessions which soon became popular in its own niche.
Today anyone who visits New Orleans loves the performances here for its classic jazz arrangement.
Preservation Hall Information
- Try to reach the venue 30 minutes before the show starts to buy the ticket.
- You will need your ID.
- All ages viewers are welcome.
Preservation Hall Ticket Prices
- General Admission: Tickets are USD 15 - USD 20 at the door.
- “Big Shot” seating: Ticket range from USD 35 - USD 50.
Preservation Hall Opening and Closing Hours
- Monday to Wednesday: 8pm, 9pm, 10pm
- Thursday to Sunday: 6pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm
How To reach Preservation Hall by Public Transport
- By Bus: Decatur at St Peter
- By Tram: Toulouse Station
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
- By Taxi
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Preservation Hall, New Orleans Reviews - Write a Review
A great experience for sure. I'm not a huge jazz fan but I do appreciate it. The show is definitely unique and will give even the non-music lover something to appreciate in the show. Get advance tickets though - it's worth the better seats.
Ready to experience jazz like it was yesteryear? Think of a smoky jazz hall, without the smoke. Yes, it is a smallish room; more like 25-30' x 35-40'. A very personal experience. Three rows of open seating on cushions up front at the feet of the musicians; two rows of reserve seating on benches; two rows of open bench seating (each row, two sets of benches, seating 8-10 each row) and standing room only for the rest. Reserve seats run $35-50 and general admission is $15. Show up 45-60 minutes early, if you want a seat. Unamplified jazz is played for approximately 45 minutes. The audience can request songs. . . . if they want to give a little something to Philip the Hat up front - $5 for traditional songs, $10 for 'other' and $20 for 'The Saints'. They did pass on playing a few requests, saying they were not traditional jazz. We'll with going!
Great live jazz! Very cozy and intimate space. Get there early if you want to snag a seat (or pay for the VIP reserved tickets). Otherwise you will have to stand.
Must-do in NOLA! Came here because saw the Preservation Hall Jazz band pls with Arcade Fire a couple of times and loved them. Seems to be a very authentic jazz experience. They don’t allow photos or filming, so the crowd is usually very into the music and connected with the musicians. Arrive early to avoid long lines, buy tickets in advance online to cut the lines.
This was a really neat experience. The musicians were so talented and really brought me back to the 60's. You have to go to a show to truly experience the jazz in Nola!
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