Tipitina's Foundation Free Fridays Are Back!
Join us every Friday this Summer (Ages 21+) as we present Tipitina's Foundation Free Friday's Concert Series!
Free and open to the public for NO ADMISSION, this program features great local bands and musicians taking the Tipitina's stage from June 10 - Sept 2.
June 10 - Good Enough for Good Times + Stoop Kids
June 17 - New Orleans Suspects + Brint Anderson Duo
June 24 - Honey Island Swamp Band + Dave Jordan and the NIA
July 1 - Brass-a-Holics + The N'awlins Johnnys
July 8 - The Mike Dillon Band + Funk Monkey + Sexual Thunder!
July 15 - Papa Mali + Colin Lake
July 22 - Walter "Wolfman" Washington & The Roadmasters + The Fortifiers
July 29 - The Low End Theory Players Present: A Tribute to A Tribe Called Quest + KOAN & My Theme Music
August 5 - IKO Allstars Featuring Papa Mali, Billy Iuso, Reggie Scanlan, Johnny Vidacovich, CR Gruver & Michael Fouquier + Roar!
August 12 - Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue + Hill Country Hounds + Idlewild String Confederation
August 19 - Johnny Sketch & The Dirty Notes + Water Seed
August 26 - John "Papa" Gros Band + Daria & The Hip Drops
September 2 - Big Sam's Funky Nation + The Crooked Vines
All proceeds from these shows will go directly to Tipitina's Foundation to support Louisiana and the New Orleans music community and to preserve the state's musical cultures.
For more information on Tipitina's Foundation, please visit TipitinasFoundation.org
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History in the Music
Tipitina's began as a neighborhood juke joint, established in 1977, by a group of young music fans (The Fabulous Fo'teen) to provide a place for Professor Longhair to perform in his final years. The venue, named for one of Longhair's most enigmatic recordings "Tipitina," has survived in an ever-changing musical climate. In the past three decades, Tipitina's has grown from a small, neighborhood bar into an international music icon. The venue has expanded into a two-story music venue located at the famed corner of Napoleon and Tchoupitoulas.
A portion of the proceeds from from the venue are donated to Tipitina's Foundation to support childhood music education, the professional development of adult musicians, and the increased profile and viability of Louisiana music as a cultural, educational, and economic resource.