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Backyard Grooves

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Carnival…

Jun 25 - 30, 2016
The artists behind Carnival are bringing an intimate indoor garden to Longue… more

Carousel Gardens…

Jun 25 - Jul 31, 2016
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Double Dose

Jun 25, 2016 - Jan 10, 2026
ActionActionReaction and friends keep the dance floor energized with mixes of… more

In Good Company…

Jun 25 - Jul 2, 2016
The House of Bernarda Alba was completed in 1936 while the Spanish Civil War… more

Jazz Yoga with Susan…

Jun 25 - Jul 30, 2016
Jazz Yoga with live meditative music by Peter Nu, continues at the Old U.S.… more

Maafa Art Exhibition

Jun 25 - Jul 1, 2016
Ashé Cultural Arts Center presents its first Maafa Exhibition, featuring… more

Mama's Music

Jun 25, 2016 - Jan 10, 2026
In Big Mama's Lounge. 21+ with valid photo I.D. 7-string guitarist Justin… more

Saenger Theatre…

Jun 25 - 25, 2016
Join us at the Saenger Theatre for Whoppi Goldberg. Whoppi will give unique… more

The House of Groove

Jun 25, 2016
The House of Groove is a House Party and a live improvised musical journey… more

The Irish House…

Jun 25 - 25, 2016

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Jun 25, 2016 - May 23, 2026
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The New Movement…

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The New Movement…

Jun 25 - Dec 31, 2016
At each Megaphone Show, we invite a special guest/local… more

The New Movement…

Jun 25 - Dec 31, 2016
Chris Trew is joined on stage by two audience members chosen at random who have… more

The Two Gentlemen of…

Jun 25 - Jul 2, 2016
Young love doesn’t always end in tragedy. Shakespeare’s romantic… more

"Rum, Rhum, Ron! A…

Jun 25 - 25, 2016
The Historic New Orleans Collection will present the latest in an ongoing… more

The Wild Magnolias Featuring Bo Dollis Play Jazz in the Park, May 24

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Media Contact:
Camille Patti
cpatti@pufap.org
617.504.9300
www.armstrongpark.org

The Wild Magnolias Ft Bo Dollis Play Jazz in the Park

People United for Armstrong Park's free Jazz in the Park concert series continues its run this Thursday, May 24, from 5-8pm with The Wild Magnolias ft Bo Dollis, To Be Continued Brass Band and DJ Quickie Mart.  The event kicks off with a second line by the New School Brass Band that starts at and returns to the park.  As always, admission to the event, which also features food and crafts from local vendors and family-oriented activities such as face-painting and a space walk, is entirely free.   

Created as a safe, family-friendly cultural experience for residents and tourists alike, in its inaugural run Jazz in the Park has truly brought the music and life back to its rightful home in Armstrong Park.  New Orleans greats The Meters Experience, Russell and David Baptiste, Glen David and James Andrews, Donald Harrison, Michael Baptiste, Kermit Ruffins, and Allen Toussaint have already graced the stage under the historic Municipal Auditorium.  Sponsored by Nola Brewery and NOSACONN, Jazz in the Park has already proven an overwhelming success, attracting crowds that top 3000 people per week.  This is particularly impressive considering the series is produced by an entirely grassroots, volunteer-based community organization, with all proceeds from the series benefit the park.

People United for Armstrong Park's primary work is coordinating and collaborating with individuals and institutions to make the park a nurturing environment for the arts and a premier hub of the city's cultural economy.  Like so much re-building, it's been a long time coming, but on Thursday nights it feels like we're already there.  For further information please contact cpatti@pufap.org or call 617.504.9300.