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New Orleans Area DIY Events and Shows
Last Updated February 13, 1:46 PM :: This list is an events calendar of [loosely] DIY activities in New Orleans. This calendar includes music shows, independent theater, activist and other types of meetings, etc. You will not find a listing for the House of Blues. The only way we can keep this list accurate and up-to-date is if you keep us informed. We can't spend every waking hour searching the internet and looking for flyers. Tell us what's going on! Submit your show to get it listed.
Friday, February 21
American Whip Appeal Friday, February 21. Bar Redux. 9PM-11PM. FREE. American Whip Appeal- Country Glamour Mischief Rock & Roll from Boston.
Glitter Bar & Face Painting Friday, February 21. Glitter Box N.O. (1109 Royal Street). 11AM-5:30PM. $10-$20. Start Mardi Gras weekend with a Glitter Box visit to get your face painted and glitterized! Pixie Dust Biodegradable Glitter will be hosting a pop-up glitter bar. Mix together any colors you want to make your own custom glitter blend to take home. Did you know traditional glitter is made from plastic? Pixie Dust glitter is 100% plant based, eco-friendly and kid safe.
Face painting ranges from $10-20 depending on difficulty of design. Glitter applications are complementary to those who buy a jar. Jars are $10. No extra fee to mix your own.
Saturday, February 22
Dancing Bones Saturday, February 22. Bar Redux. 10PM-2AM. FREE. Join us for the best of Classic NOLA Soul/Funk/R & B
Come Dancing and Shake Your Bones with DJ Unknown at
The Scrapyard @ Bar Redux.
G’d Up XX: Tommy Wright III w/ Mac T-Dog (Memphis) | Pussyröt | Blu Shakur X | $teez Bros. Saturday, February 22. The Circle Bar. 10PM. $15 advance / $20 door. Clickem Youth Advance tix: tommynola.bpt.me
OR email LegalizeDat@gmail.com
Tasche and the Roches | Sci-fi Country Saturday, February 22. Sydney’s Saloon.
Rosalynn De Roos & The Midnight Brawlers Sunday, February 23. Bar Redux. 9PM-11PM. FREE. Rosalynn De Roos and The Midnight Brawlers are an acoustic vintage Brazilian Jazz and Gypsy Swing group known in the greater nola community as Buku do Choro. Our sound dates back to the early 1920's. There instrumentation ranges anywhere from clarinet/7 string guitar/hand persuasion & trombone sometimes mandolin & flute.
Modal Zork | Nail Club | Three Brained Robot | Drip Switch Wednesday, February 26. Mudlark Theatre. 8PM. $5-10.
Thursday, February 27
JD Hill & The Jammers Thursday, February 27. Bar Redux. 9PM-11PM. FREE. D Hill has been bending his unique style of traditional and electric blues harmonica and vocals into R&B, rock, New Orleans funk, and late-night boogie blues for many decades now, influenced strongly by Howlin’ Wolf, Little Walter, Jimi Hendrix, James Cotton, and James Brown. JD has had the honor and privilege to play with many local and global music legends such as Deacon John, Dr. John, James Booker, the Nevilles, Jessie Hill, Earl King, Allen Toussaint, Bo Diddley, Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray Vaughn and too many more to name. JD and the Jammers gigs are well-known in New Orleans for his openness to other musicians to come and jam with him. You never know who might
Cult of Luna | Intronaut | Space Cadaver Thursday, February 27. One Eyed Jack's. 7PM.
New Orleans French Film Festival Thursday, February 27. Prytania Theatre. Booking This year, right after Mardi Gras, Laissez les bons temps rouler watching French-language films at the Prytania Theatre! The 23rd New Orleans French Film Festival, one of the longest running foreign language festivals in the country, showcases excellence in contemporary and classic francophone Cinema for audiences of about 4,000 at the Prytania Theatre, the oldest single-screen movie house operating in Louisiana. All films will be screened with English subtitles.
Festival lineup and schedule will be announced neworleansfilmsociety.org at the end of January. Festival passes are now on sale, individual tickets will be available to book on February 3rd for New Orleans Film Society members and festival passholders, and on February 10th for the general public.
Live music and lectures will accompany a curated selection of French-llanguage films and a program of short films. On opening night, prior to the opening film, join a dedicated audience of Francophiles, cinephiles, sponsors, and patrons for at an invite-only Patron Party and is exclusively for French Film Festival Patron Pass holders and members of the New Orleans Film Society’s Producer’s Circle, Executive Producer’s Circle, and Director’s Circle.
Friday, February 28
American Whip Appeal Friday, February 28. Bar Redux. 9PM-11PM. FREE. American Whip Appeal- Country Glamour Mischief Rock & Roll from Boston.
Little People | Frameworks | Yppah Friday, February 28. Gasa Gasa. 9PM.
Saturday, February 29
Aziza & The Cure Saturday, February 29. Bar Redux. 9PM-11PM. FREE. Aziza & The Cure are a Symphonic Soul Pop Group that mixes influences from Classical, Folk, Jazz, and Latin music traditions to create a transcendent blend of Orchestral Pop.
Joelle and River Rouen have conducted their mini-orchestra from New York City to New Orleans. They are known for mesmerizing audiences by distilling all the grandeur of an orchestra into a symphonic pop duo.
Magic City Hippies Saturday, February 29. Gasa Gasa. 9PM.
Monday, March 2
Hair Mischief Monday, March 2. Bar Redux. 8PM-11PM. $20. Hair Mischief is a UNISEX Hair Salon that will operate Monday Evenings with Stylist, Shannon Dettrow. Haircuts are $20.
Swallow the Rat | Clone | DiNOLA Tuesday, March 17. The Circle Bar. 9PM. $7. Clone - Brooklyn, NY
Featuring members of Dead Leaf Echo and DIIV
Swallow the Rat - Auckland, New Zealand.
US tour through March 2020, including performances at New Colossus Festival and SXSW.
DiNOLA - NOLA
Friday, March 20
Thy Art is Murder | Fit for an Autopsy | Une Misere | Aversion Crown Friday, March 20. One Eyed Jack's. 7PM.