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Jazz in the Park: Let the Music Move You at Maison Dupuy

September 3 2014 | News

Close your eyes, open your ears, and let the brassy jazz take over. That’s right! It’s that wonderful time of year again, Jazz in the Park...Armstrong Park (named after the King of Jazz himself!) This year’s lineup features some fan favorites such as Kermit Ruffins,Irvin Mayfield, and the Rebirth Brass Band as well as showcases local highs school marching bands Landry Walker and St. Augustine.

At Maison Dupuy, we’re located in the heart of the French Quarter and just three short blocks (a 5 minute stroll) to all that jazz! Nestled in our own nook with all of the New Orleans charm and modern conveniences we can’t live without (heated pool, fitness room, HD TV in your room, high-speed internet, personalized concierge services, and more!), you’re never far from the action…but far enough to catch up on some R&R!

So come stay in the quaint comfort and have an authentic New Orleans experience.

Maison Dupuy


Jazz in the Park 2014 Fall Lineup

Sept. 4

  • To Be Continued Brass Band
  • Shannon Powell Band
  • Landry Walker Marching Band

Sept. 11

  • Nigel Hall and his Congregation
  • Trumpet Black and the Heart Attacks
  • Sophie B Wright High School Marching Band

Sept. 18

  • Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs
  • Colin Lake

Sept. 25

  • Russell Batiste and Friends & The Wild Tchoupitoulas Mardi Gras Indians
  • Mike Soulman Baptiste
  • Edna Karr High School Marching Band

Oct. 2

  • Cyril Neville’s Swamp Funk
  • Joe Krown Trio ft. Russell Batiste and Walter “Wolfman” Washington

Oct. 9

  • Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen
  • Daria and the Hip Drops
  • St. Augustine High School Marching Band

Oct. 16

  • Corey Henry and the Treme Funktet
  • Erica Falls
  • Warren Easton High School Marching Band

Oct. 23

  • Los Hombres Calientes featuring Bill Summers and Irvin Mayfield
  • Stephanie Jordan

Oct. 30

  • Rebirth Brass Band
  • Kermit Ruffins
  • Joseph S. Clark High School Marching Band


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