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12th Annual Saints…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
The festival features panel discussions and master classes on literary topics… more

Andrew Jackson: Hero…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
THNOC's exhibition tracks Jackson's rise from humble beginnings to immortality… more

Artist Spotlight…

Mar 29 - 31, 2015
New Orleans-based woodturning artist Tom Dunne will be the featured artist in… more

Edgar Degas: The…

Mar 29 - May 24, 2015
Featuring drawings, prints, sculpture, and photographs, all from a single… more

EN MAS’: Carnival and…

Mar 29 - Jun 7, 2015
Curated by Claire Tancons, Krista Thompson, EN MAS': Carnival and Performance… more

Jim Roche: Cultural…

Mar 29 - Jul 12, 2015
Born in 1943, Jim Roche received a BA from Florida State University (1961)… more

Joe Krown Trio feat.…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
Join us for the  Joe Krown Trio feat. Walter "Wolfman"… more

Le Petit Theatre…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
Donald Margulies' Pulitzer Prize-winning play tells the story of a couple… more

Louisiana Crawfish…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
Enjoy authentic Cajun cuisine such as Crawfish pie, Fried Crawfish Tall… more

M.S. Rau Antiques…

Mar 29 - May 4, 2015
Long established and leading art, antiques and jewelry specialist M.S. Rau… more

Mark Steinmetz: South

Mar 29 - May 10, 2015
Mark Steinmetz lives and works in Athens, Georgia. His work transcends the… more

NOLA Food Fest

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
Sample over 50 America's hometown eats from around the country. Four blocks in… more

PALM SUNDAY RABIES…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
Sponsored by the Louisiana SPCA and the Southeast Louisiana Veterinary… more

Preservation Resource…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
Enjoy a delightful self-guided tour of seven charming shotgun homes in the… more

Southern Rep Theatre…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
Southern Rep Theatre, in partnership with the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans… more

Spring Fiesta

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
The highlight of the Spring Festival is a daylong series of events designed to… more

Stage Door Canteen…

Mar 29 - Apr 5, 2015
"Always ... Patsy Cline," a musical play, complete with down-home… more

Tennessee…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
A stellar group of literary, theater and musical talent will gather for the… more

Tennessee Williams:…

Mar 29 - May 31, 2015
Tennessee Williams was one of the most admired playwrights of the 20th century.… more

The New Orleans…

Mar 29 - Nov 18, 2015
Marvel Universe LIVE! will captivate audiences with an authentic and original… more

12th Annual Saints…

Mar 29 - 29, 2015
The festival features panel discussions and master classes on literary topics… more

2011 Harvest the Music Presented by Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank Kicks Off Sept 14

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact:

Linzy Cotaya
504.473.6494
lcotaya@secondharvest.org

2011 Harvest the Music Presented by Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank
Kicks Off September 14
Free, eight-week concert series features regional and national artists
each WEDNESDAY Through November 2 at Lafayette Square

WHAT: 2011 HARVEST THE MUSIC concert series presented by Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank
The free concert series benefits Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans & Acadiana.

WHEN: Every WEDNESDAY through November 2
5PM – 7:30PM

WHERE: LAFAYETTE SQUARE
(located off Poydras Street between St. Charles Avenue and Camp Street, across from Gallier Hall)

WHO:
Sept. 14 Big Sam’s Funky Nation Plus Mia Borders
Sept. 21 Paul Sanchez and The Rolling Road Show
Sept. 28 Bonerama with Dave Malone of the Radiators Plus Alvin Youngblood Hart’s Muscle Theory
Oct. 5 Irma Thomas and The Professionals Plus Soul Project
Oct. 12 Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue Plus Stooges Brass Band
Oct. 19 Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Jon Cleary’s Philthy Phew
Oct. 26 Blind Boys of Alabama Plus Krown Washington and Batiste
Nov. 2 Buckwheat Zydeco Plus Tommy Malone of the Subdudes with Ray Ganucheau

WHY: One in eight people is struggling with hunger in our community and the need for food assistance continues to grow. Proceeds from Harvest the Music Presented by Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank help Second Harvest Food Bank fight hunger and feed hope through food distribution, advocacy, education and disaster response across 23 south Louisiana parishes.

MORE INFO: In addition to a free, weekly concert, concert-goers will enjoy food and drinks for purchase (no outside food or drinks, please) from local favorites including: Martin Wine Cellar, Squeal, Ye Olde Kettle Cooker, Miss Linda’s Soul Food Catering, Lil Dizzy’s Café, Lucy’s Retired Surfer’s Bar & Restaurant, Crepes a la Cart, Oceana and Second Harvest Food Bank Community Kitchen. An artists’ village will feature artwork and crafts from regional artists and designers, all available for purchase.

Harvest the Music Presented by Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank is made possible through the generous support of: Presenting sponsor Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank, Rouses, State Farm, Abita Beer, Touro Infirmary, COX Business, River Parish Disposal, Magic 101.9, B-97, WWL AM-FM.com, Bayou 95.7 , Junior League of New Orleans, the Lafayette Square Conservancy, White Oak Productions and the Downtown Development District.

To learn more about 2011 Harvest the Music Presented by Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank, visit www.harvestthemusic.org.

About Second Harvest Food Bank:
Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana is leading the fight against hunger in south Louisiana through food distribution, education, advocacy and disaster response. Annually, Second Harvest serves approximately 263,000 people through 240 nonprofit and faith-based agencies across 23 south Louisiana parishes – from the Mississippi border to the Texas state line. In any given week, nearly 42,000 people access emergency food services through Second Harvest Food Bank member agencies.

Second Harvest Food Bank is an affiliated ministry of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans and a member of Feeding America. To learn more or donate food, money or time, please visit www.no-hunger.org. Follow us on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/2ndHarvestGNOA or fan us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/2ndHarvestGNOA.

USDA:
Second Harvest Food Bank is distributing commodities to eligible, needy families under the Food Bank Program in 23 south Louisiana parishes. Commodities will be given on a first come, first serve basis as a part of the normal food package provided by the site. Commodities can only be given to registered applicants. For a complete listing of member agency locations visit, no-hunger.org/Programs/MemberAgencies.

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