New Orleans’ latest attraction to host an evening dedicated to Black culture’s influence on the city.
Cultural funhouse JAMNOLA is the latest attraction taking New Orleans by storm. The museum displays a super fun insight on the city, with incredible photo opportunities and interactive exhibitions. The experiential pop-up takes audiences of all ages on a topsy-turvy stroll through the cultural gems that make the Crescent City so special.
JAMNOLA are hosting an evening highlighting the influence that Black culture has had on New Orleans. Asking the question, ‘What would New Orleans be without the influence of Black food, Black art and Black culture?’
Join them as they JAM after hours with New Orleans’ most colorful, creative and talented artists. There are planned performances by poets, painters, harpists, dancers, and more!
It’s guaranteed to be an enlightening, educational, and entertaining evening. Performers include Vally O, Taylor Declue “The Sound Bowl Mom,” Marcus Brown, Daquiri Jones, Kyler Jett & more. All of which will be done in the incredibly trippy space.
As well as enjoying the event, you’ll have access to the 12 cultural exhibits curated by 20 local artists. The exhibition take on New Orleans themes in an innovative and fun way, perfect for all the family.
Taking place on Tuesday March 9, the event begins at 6PM. Tickets are $25 and are limited, so snatch up your tickets fast, NOLA!
In other news: City Park and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra have teamed up for Musical Storytime in Storyland
Featured Image: JAMNOLA