Every evening is a party in New Orleans, and there's no finer time to hear incredible jazz, Cajun, Dixieland, blues, and rock than late at night. In a city famous for its rich artistic heritage, you can immerse yourself in live music at your favorite bar, restaurant, or club.
Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler!
Be a VIP in the French Quarter! Bourbon Heat is the all-inclusive destination to make your next event unforgettable. Choose from three venues in one: the traditional French Quarter courtyard, the classic indoor bar with marble floors and chandeliers, and the second-floor nightclub featuring New Orleans' best live DJs, laser and light shows. Bourbon Heat's 50-foot balcony overlooking famous Bourbon Street is just the beginning.
Get your fill of great live music, drinks and dancing every night at New Orleans’ one-of-a-kind House of Blues location on Decatur Street. During the week, check out local bands playing everything from rock, blues, and Cajun/Zydeco to hip-hop and bounce, and get your tickets for big-name weekend acts ahead of time!
Where The Heart Meets the Soul
What could beat cruising the mighty Mississippi on an authentic steamboat while listening to genuine New Orleans Dixieland music? The Steamboat Natchez debarks every evening on a dinner & jazz cruise, with the world-renowned Dukes of Dixieland providing a night of unforgettable music and dancing.
A Vieux Carre Venue adjacent to MyBar @635, the famous Maison Bourbon Jazz Club is one of only two jazz clubs still in existence on Bourbon Street, where tourists flock to be entertained by accomplished jazz performers. Where Harry Connick, Jr. and several other New Orleans jazz greats got their start!
A Vieux Carre Venue adjacent to Maison Bourbon Jazz Club, MyBar @635 offers genuine New Orleans music every night of the week, from jazz and blues to Cajun/Zydeco and R&B. And for a breath of fresh air, just venture out back to enjoy MyBar’s petite courtyard between sets.
New Orleans’ first brewpub. Open since 1991, this venerated location is a great place to enjoy executive chef Mark Latino’s nouvelle cuisine, which puts a fresh spin on Louisiana’s traditional dishes. Sip a craft beer and enjoy nightly live jazz performed by local musicians!
Satisfy your need for original Cajun food and live Cajun music all at once at Mulate’s, a Breaux Bridge, Louisiana institution long known for preserving bayou culture. Hear genuine Acadian music and view local artwork on display.
LIVE CAJUN MUSIC performed nightly by local musicians!