Preservation Hall
Jazz Band

The second line’s
always right on time

🗓️ Tuesday, July 25 at 7:30PM
📍Ogden Amphitheater

Since its founding in 1961, Preservation Hall has been dedicated to preserving New Orleans musical traditions. From its inception, founders Allan and Sandra Jaffe fostered a community of inclusion, committed to the preservation of New Orleans Jazz and to caring for elder musicians.

Normally, more than 150,000 visitors attend memorable shows with the 60 musicians who make up the Hall’s Musical Collective, 360 nights each year, at 726 St. Peter Street. While the building may not have changed much over its history, the Hall ensures that musical traditions are revered and celebrated, while allowing it to breathe and evolve with the contributions of subsequent generations, and raise up those who play and appreciate it.

*Low chairs and blankets are allowed in General Admission lawn areas (if you cannot fit a basketball underneath, it’s a “low chair”). The General Admission area will also include a limited amount of bleacher seating towards the rear of the venue.