2023 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
April 28-30 & May 4 -7, 2023
The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, more commonly referred to as Jazz Fest, is an annual festival celebrating the music, art, culture, and heritage of New Orleans.
Jazz Fest is held every year during the spring over two consecutive weekends. During this time, music fans from all over the world flock to the Fairgrounds Race Course to see some of the top musical acts around as well as local favorites.
The Festival has always blended a wide mix of internationally renowned artists from both Louisiana and the rest of the world. The 2023 lineup includes:
- Dead & Company
- Ed Sheeran
- The Lumineers
- Mumford & Sons
- Robert Plant & Alison Krauss
- Steve Miller Band
- Gary Clark, Jr.
- Kane Brown
- Kenny Loggins
- Leon Bridges
- Melissa Etheridge and MORE!
Jazz Fest tickets are available for purchase on the Jazz Fest site or at the gates on any day of the fest. You can find a variety of tickets including, single-day, general admission 3-day weekend passes, VIP packages and travel packages. General admission allows access to all performances the day of use, access to the wide range of food, drink and craft vendors, fest exhibits and much more.
Great hotel rooms can still be found for this year's fest - so don't worry if you haven't booked yet. Many hotels run shuttles between hotel lobbies and the fairgrounds or stay in Jefferson Parish while attending the fest. We offer affordable hotel rates and are just 15 minutes away from the festivals grounds. CLICK HERE to check availability, rates, and even book your stay.
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