Preservation Hall Jazz Band Tickets
Once again New Orleans’ music history is going to present itself in rich vintage jazz sounds to heighten your experience and delight you with its hot rhythms. Preservation Hall Jazz Band is going to surprise you in your own city with its multigenerational mix that appeals to a wide range of music lovers and not just traditional jazz aficionados. To be a part of this magical music evening, get your Preservation Hall Jazz Band tickets now and watch the band members perform live as they take the stage and mesmerize the audience with their delectable improvisations and wonderful chords.
Preservation Hall Jazz Band Venues
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band Aladdin Theatre
- Spoon, Amos Lee & Preservation Hall Jazz Band BB&T Pavilion
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band Belly Up Tavern
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band Highline Ballroom
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band The Neptune Theatre
Preservation Hall Jazz Band Cities
Preservation Hall Jazz Band Schedule 2017-18
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Belly Up Tavern tickets for 04/13 08:00 PM at Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach, CA
- Thu Apr 13 2017
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Neptune Theatre tickets for 04/17 08:00 PM at The Neptune Theatre, Seattle, WA
- Mon Apr 17 2017
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Aladdin Theatre tickets for 04/18 08:00 PM at Aladdin Theatre, Portland, OR
- Tue Apr 18 2017
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Highline Ballroom tickets for 04/25 08:00 PM at Highline Ballroom, New York, NY
- Tue Apr 25 2017
The name ‘Preservation Hall Jazz Band’ is derived from the venerable music venue of the same name in the heart of French Quarter in New Orleans. Preservation Hall was established in 1961 by Sandra Jaffe and Allan Jaffe in an effort to preserve and perpetuate the history of traditional New Orleans Jazz in its truest form. It serves as a music band, a record label, a touring band and a non-profit organization that continues its mission to this day as the cornerstone of the music and culture in New Orleans. The band has toured all over the world to spread its mission of nurturing the art form of Orleans Jazz. No matter where or whom they are performing for, this band’s music embodies a timeless and joyful spirit. The band has performed at many places including the Carnegie Hall, The Hollywood Bowl, The Kennedy Center,Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, the United Nations and Lincoln Center under the auspices of Ben Jaffe who is the current director and son of the Preservation Hall’s founders.
The building which today houses Preservation Hall has previously remained a hub of many different businesses ranging from war tavern to photo studio and art gallery. It was at the time of its being an art gallery that the concept of Preservation Hall was born. Larrry, who was the gallery’s owner, started the jamming sessions for his friends and the result was this intimate venue which is a living embodiment of the Hall’s original vision. The Hall’s weathered exterior which is untouched over its history gives it a rather majestic look. Every year the Hall announces some100 tour dates and captivates its audiences with its jazz concerts. The Hall also presents its musical concerts seven days a week to offer the visitors and local people the best of traditional jazz which dates back to the origins of jazz itself. In all these years, the music legacy of New Orleans Jazz has passed down from one generation of musicians to the next which can be witnessed on any given day at the Preservation Hall.
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band began its touring in 1963 and tours around the world for more than 150 days every year. It’s been 25 years now that the band is touring in US and seeking to preserve the unique music which took its birth in New Orleans. The band has also made an appearance in the film The Cincinnati Kid in 1965. It was a rather brief appearance but included a close-up of Emma Barrett, the vocalist and pianist. Owing to their success and popularity, it was awarded National Medal of Arts in 2006. Some famous names among the band leaders over the history of Preservation Hall include Willie and Percy Humphrey, De De Pierce, John Brunious and Wendall.
To let your ears get a soothing treatment and to enliven your spirits with New Orleans’s jazz in its true form catch the Preservation Hall Jazz Band . Known for their centuries old legacy and tours, Preservation Hall Jazz Band is surely going to give you an awesome music experience that you won’t forget any soon. So, grab your Preservation Hall Jazz Band tickets now and get your seats reserved. Do not miss out on this chance to be a part of something this special. The live performance of Preservation Hall Jazz Band which is one of the most honest reflections of the New Orleans isn’t something to be missed.
Preservation Hall Jazz Band Events Tickets Prices
The average price for Preservation Hall Jazz Band Tickets start from $132. The minimum get in price is $16 for Preservation Hall Jazz Band Tickets at the BB&T Pavilion, Camden. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Preservation Hall Jazz Band||Solana Beach||13-Apr-17||$160||$67|
|Preservation Hall Jazz Band||Seattle||17-Apr-17||$187||$73|
|Preservation Hall Jazz Band||Portland||18-Apr-17||$221||$164|
|Preservation Hall Jazz Band||New York||25-Apr-17||$196||$77|
|Spoon, Amos Lee & Preservation Hall Jazz Band||Camden||29-Jul-17||$132||$16|
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