New Orleans Recomendations
The average visitor to New Orleans is ignorant-of or unfamiliar about
Preservation Hall. Many are shocked at the few seats and no air conditioning.
The line starts 1 hour prior to show time. Preservation Hall -- Line Be early if you want a seat! It is hard to
describe the feeling, the aurora, the momentary regression backwards-in-time into history
that you acquire. It can’t occur by listening to a CD. You must be there.
Adjacent to Pat Obriens
-- Preservation Hall - New Orleans - MAP
726 St. Peter Street, 70116
Preservation Hall is a “must-see” for any visitor to New Orleans.
Among the jazz lovers who flock to the place are young musicians
from all over the world who come to learn how to play New Orleans Jazz -
music that will live through these disciples when the great originators
now playing are gone. Today, you don’t need to travel to New Orleans
to hear this unforgettable music. The Preservation Hall Band spends
about four months each year on tour.
Mecca for those who love traditional Dixieland jazz.
Step back in time, with simple respect for the music.
Food and drinks are not served and seating is sparse.
Get in line early or expect to stand.
The old-timers take requests,
but you don't need to ask for Saints come Marchin'