Daze Between New Orleans has announced its return in 2023 with two very special nights headlined by Goose. Presented by Live For Live Music, GMP Live, Purple Hat Productions, Dayglo Presents and Rose Tours, the second annual event will once again take place at New Orleans, LA’s historic Faubourg Brewery during the “Daze Between” New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival weekends, Tuesday, May 2–Wednesday, May 3, 2023. Single-day and two-day passes, as well as a variety of VIP options, go on sale Friday, December 16 at 12 pm CT, exclusively via dazebetweennola.com.
Goose will be joined at Daze Between New Orleans by a wide-ranging lineup of eclectic artists from the Big Easy and beyond, spanning jazz, funk, jam, folk, rock, and more. The festival will also feature GRAMMY® Award-nominated New Orleans outfit Tank and the Bangas, brother- and sister-led soul-pop ensemble Lawrence, Chicago-based keyboardist and singer-songwriter Neal Francis, and a performance by The Revivalists’ co-founder David Shaw and his solo project. Other artists set to perform include legendary The Meters bassist George Porter Jr. and his Runnin’ Pardners, fast-rising New Haven, CT jam quartet Eggy, soulful NYC group Melt, and a mix of fan-favorite local acts like Honey Island Swamp Band, J & The Causeways and The Quickening.
For the first time, Daze Between New Orleans 2023 will also partner with the venerable Relix Magazine to present daily musical conversations with event performers, local artists, and other influential figures in the music world. In addition, the event will feature a specially curated Artist Village showcasing a variety of local artisans and vendors including live painting by renowned New Orleans artist Frenchy, along with all that the recently renovated Faubourg Brewery has to offer, from a top-notch beer selection to fantastic traditional Louisiana cuisine.
TUESDAY, MAY 2
Tank And The Bangas
J & The Causeways
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3
George Porter Jr. & Runnin’ Pardners
Honey Island Swamp Band
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