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New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2020

  • Fair Grounds Race Course, New Orleans, United States of America
  • 23-28 April 2020 & 2-3 May 2020
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2020
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8 day of jazz music & culture

Born in April 1970, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is held in Louisiana's largest city. New Orleans is known globally for it's vibrant music scene and around the clock night life, therefore it's only fitting that is its home to one of the longest running music festivals there is. 

After celebrating their fiftieth birthday last year Jazz Fest is showing no signs of slowing down and have added an extra day to the 2020 edition, making it eight days in total. 

Welcoming around 500,000 fans each year, the festival is a celebration of Louisiana's music and culture spread out across fourteen tents and stages. Every year Jazz Fest has hosted some of the most influential artists of the last half a century to step out onto the legendary main stage. 

Previous headliners have included Stevie Wonder, Neil Young, Aretha Franklin, Aerosmith, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Beck and Lionel Richie just to name a few.  

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Lineup

The 2020 lineup will be announced closer to the festival.

The third oldest racetrack in America, the Fair Grounds Race Course has been home to the festival since 1972. 


Address

Fair Grounds Race Course, 1751 Gentilly Blvd, New Orleans, 70119, United States of America

FAQs

The most convenient international airport is Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY). 

New Orleans Passenger Terminal services buses and trains accessible from across North America.

This is an all ages festival.

The festival is accessible for those with mobility limitations. The ground are wheelchair accessible, and the site features handicap parking, specially reserved seating at all stage, and wheelchair-accessible potable toilets. 

Patrons with service animals are welcomed. 

Braille and large-print programming information is available at all information booths and at the Access Centre. Jazz Fest provides Assisted Listening Devices for the Acura and Gentilly stages and ASL Interpreted Performances are on offer.

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