There are few artists in the world who have had as much of an impact on culture as Beyoncé. From “to the left, to the left” to “I woke up like this”, her iconic lyrics have shape 21st century pop culture, and her arsenal of timeless hits span over 25 years. This September, Candlelight is giving Queen Bey her flowers with this mesmerizing tribute concert that is sure to get the BeyHive buzzing.
As a sea of candles flickers away, a talented string quartet will be putting a classical spin on the superstar’s most beloved tunes inside The Sazerac House. Celebrate the “Alien Superstar” at this magnificent concert and experience an evening of unforgettable live music performances inside one of New Orleans’ most beautiful settings.
From Run the World (Girls) to Formation, her songs have sparked conversations in households around the world and have helped form the soundtracks to marches and protests up and down the country. The star’s electrifying live performances, powerhouse vocals and iconic hits have helped cement her status as a living legend, and there are few artists more deserving of a Candlelight tribute than Queen Bey.
This September, Delachaise Ensemble will be working their magic on Beyoncé’s most beloved songs while surrounded by thousands of twinkling candles. Her smash hit singles including “Crazy In Love”, “Irreplaceable” and “Single Ladies” make up part of the evening’s stellar program, in addition to fan favorites such as “XO” and “Hold Up.” Whether you consider yourself head of the BeyHive or just a lover of classical music, this dazzling concert makes for a remarkable experience to remember.
The Sazerac House is a historic NOLA museum and distillery that will be providing the magnificent setting for this one-of-a-kind Candlelight tribute to Beyoncé. Get ready to fall “Drunk in Love” with this unique musical experience taking place in the heart of the city this September.
They’ll be two shows on the night, with the earlier starting at 6:30pm and the later at 9pm. The concert takes place over the course of 60 minutes and doors shut one hour prior to the start time.