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  • J Block Fridays

    Lil Jodeci, Jordan Rhea, and Breanna Steer Present: J Block Fridays

    Enjoy an exclusive cocktail menu while listening to sounds provided by Lil Jodeci. $5 Jameson 9pm – 10pm.

    The event is free and open to the public.

  • Do You. Be You

    Young Starz of Nola Presents: Do You. Be You

    The youth open mic is open to all kids and teens who can sing, dance, rap, or love poetry.

    The event is free and open to the public.

  • Soundtracks: Songs That Defined History - Hurricane Katrina

    CNN invites you to a special screening of SOUNDTRACKS: SONGS THAT DEFINED HISTORY Hurricane Katrina.

    The new eight-part, hour-long CNN Original Series explores the music tied to pivotal moments in history. From the March on Washington to the riots at Stonewall – every episode will illuminate how music has played an integral role in celebrating, criticizing, and amplifying these seismic events in our collective history.

    Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in August 2005, triggering the worst urban disaster in modern US history and threatening to wash away the birthplace of some of America’s most influential music, from the jazz of Louis Armstrong to the hip-hop of Lil Wayne. As the nation watched in horror, the inadequate relief and rescue efforts left African American grandmothers and babies stranded on their rooftops for days, laying bare deep racial and social divisions that had troubled New Orleans — and the rest of the country— long before the storm. International artists such as U2, Kanye West, Green Day, and Mary J Blige joined local musicians like the Dirty Dozen and Rebirth Brass Band in benefit concerts and musical collaborations to help the city get back on its feet and ensure that its rich traditions would survive.

    Screening to be followed by a conversation with CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin. Gina Montana, Ben Jaffee, and members of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band- Gregory Davis, Kevin Harris and Roger Lewis – will join Brooke in a discussion after the film.

    The event is free and open to the public, however, you MUST RSVP to attend due to limited seating.

    Send RSVP to: CNNoriginalseriesrsvp@turner.com

  • Invisible Chefs: Where Are New Orleans' Black Chefs?

    Listen to a panel conversation on why in New Orleans, where African-Americans are fundamental to the cuisine, there are relatively few prominent black chefs.

    MCs for the evening are Brett Anderson (NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune), and Zella Palmer (Dillard University).

    Panelists for the evening are Tunde Wey (cook/writer), Vance Vaucresson (owner Vaucresson Sausage Company), Jordan Ruiz (chef/owner The Munch Factory), Ericka Lassair (owner/operator Diva Dawg food truck), and Adolfo Garcia (restaurateur).

    The event is free and open to the public.

  • The Jam w/CoolNasty

    The Jam w/CoolNasty takes place EVERY Wednesday night at PHNOJM. If you are an aspiring musician, poet, comedian, etc. this is the event for you! Mingle with the local creative community at the open mic jam and enjoy hand crafted cocktails. Arrive early to sign up as the list fills up quickly! Hosted by DC Paul.

    The event is free and open to the public.

  • Bounce Fitness w/Moe Joe

    Indulge in soul wellness this Saturday at PHNOJM! Join MoeJoe and special guests for an empowered hour of Louisiana dance, music, and world rhythms that tie into New Orleans culture. Reward yourself with a cold beverage from the Bolden Bar after.

    The workout is $5 in advance and $10 day of. **Patrons can pay day of upon arrival.

  • Spring Record Raid

    The Record Raid is New Orleans’ largest record show with vendors from all over the region selling LPs, 45s, CDs and more. Big ticket to dollar bin, rare to run-of-the-mill, no matter how much of a music nerd you are, there’s something in those boxes with your name on it. Interested in becoming a vendor? Check out recordraid.com/vendor

    The event is free and open to the public. *Arrive at 10am for early bird admission for just $10.

  • Tuskegee Alumi Chapter Happy Hour

    More info coming soon.

  • Bounce Fitness w/MoeJoe

    Indulge in soul wellness this Saturday at PHNOJM! Join MoeJoe and special guests for an empowered hour of Louisiana dance, music, and world rhythms that tie into New Orleans culture. Reward yourself with a cold beverage from the Bolden Bar after.

    The workout is $5 in advance and $10 day of. **Patrons can pay day of upon arrival.

  • Blend: Sounds, Libations, Eats

    Red Clay Soul and Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Presents: Blend

    The SOUNDS: Performances By Recording Artists & 2 DJs Spinning
    The LIBATIONS: High-End Featured Mixologist & Curated Sponsored Brand Drinks
    The EATS: Popular Featured Chef & Curated Menu

    Must be 21+ to attend. Dress to impress.

    This is a ticketed event.

  • Sanaa Music Workshop

    The Peoples Health New Orleans Jazz Market has partnered with the Sanaa Music Workshop for a music summer camp. We welcome campers aged 14 and 19 to participate in our programs and activities. Parents can rest assured that their kids are under the supervision of capable, certified, and caring counselors.

    We are a community of students between 14-19 years old that exemplify a growth mentality. It is our priority to fill open seats with people who believe that hard work, focus, and dedication is the way to a successful and fulfilling life. Sanaa immerses students in exercises that focus not only on honing ones craft but also on the processes of marketing, selling and branding what is being created. We are passionate about improving students’ odds for a successful, lucrative and fulfilling career in the arts.

    Students will be offered a variety of courses, master classes, and guest lectures.
    (Small Combo, Private Instruction, Music Marketing, Music Licensing, Touring, Branding, Social Media, Guest Lecture Lunch Series)

    To audition: https://www.sanaamusicworkshop.com/audition-requirments

    To donate: https://www.sanaamusicworkshop.com/copy-of-register-here