Lose yourself in an historic New Orleans cottage courtyard this summer at these enchanting Candlelight classical music concerts.
You can experience an absolutely magical spring here in New Orleans, and part of that is thanks to the amazing outdoor spaces the city has to offer. Luckily, Fever Originals is bringing its wildly popular Candlelight concert series to beautiful open-air venues for the season.
The series showcases classical music performances in an utterly magical setting, as top musicians are completely surrounded by flickering candlelight. For the safety of our audience, all of the candlelight will be provided through flameless candles.
And of course, the open-air venues will allow for a stylish but safe socially distant setting. Enjoy an amazing night outdoors while being whisked away by the beautiful, tranquil sounds of classical numbers.
You can already be a classical fan, but have no fear if you don’t know all things Vivaldi—because the Listeso String Quartet will be dedicating the intimate night to Bach and The Beatles, bringing a modern flare to those timeless sounds.
There will be two shows each evening but please note that the earlier performance will take place during daylight hours, so the space will not be quite as dark, but just as enchanting!
Prepare to be taken back in time by the intimate and gorgeous Beauregard-Keyes House, a beautifully restored townhouse right in the center of NOLA. The National Historical Landmark was originally built in 1826, and flaunts the iconic architecture that famously represents New Orleans.
Combining the industrial chic of NOLA with stunning greenery, The Industrial Garden is a hidden treasure in an urban environment. The property includes a 100-year-old historic building, a brick-paved courtyard, and a beautiful outdoor space enclosed by raw brick walls and exposed steel beams.
Located in the heart of the dynamic Faubourg-Marigny at 1024 Elysian Fields Avenue, The Industrial Garden’s close proximity to rich cultural hubs like Frenchman Street, the French Quarter, and the Tremé make it the perfect venue for any New Orleans event.
The Industrial Garden are hosting a special night dedicated to magical movie soundtracks, including Frozen, Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast.
Bringing your own alcoholic beverages with you to the concert is recommended as there won’t be anywhere to purchase drinks. Wine, beer, and canned spirits are allowed; no other alcoholic beverages are permitted. If you plan to bring alcoholic beverages, you will be asked to show valid identification.
However, the third venue has an extra special twist as each ticket will come with one free beer tasting. Zony Mash Beer Project (or GEM) is the final venue, and it’s a vibrant space that brings creativity to life. This means you’re not going to want to miss the Candlelight series heading to this B. W. Cooper hotspot.
Don’t miss out on what’s sure to be one of the city’s most popular spring and summer events! Purchase your tickets for this incredible concert series here.
All shows will follow the government guidelines for safety measures and the events will always operate at safe capacities set out by law.
[Featured image: Ashley Biltz Photography for the image and Lisa Carbonari, Hallowed Ground Productions for event design]