The 2023 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has finally revealed its highly-anticipated daily schedule of performers. The festival, set to take place from April 28th to May 7th, will feature a lineup of artists that will leave music lovers in awe. In January, the festival had released the schedule of artists grouped by weekend. However, with the recent release, festival-goers can now see the lineup by day.
One of the most notable performances will be by the talented artist Lizzo, who will be gracing the festival with her presence on its opening day, Friday, April 28th. Other artists to look out for include the legendary Robert Plant & Alison Krauss and the Wu-Tang Clan in collaboration with the Soul Rebels.
In addition to weekend passes, the festival has now started selling single-day tickets, giving festival-goers the opportunity to choose which day they would like to attend. The early-bird single-day tickets, priced at $80 plus fees, will be available for purchase until February 14th. However, after that date, the price will increase to $85 plus fees. On-site tickets will be priced at $95, but on Thursday, May 4th, Louisiana residents with a valid ID can purchase two tickets for $50 each.
Admission for children between the ages of two to ten will cost $5 and can only be purchased at the gate with an adult present. The early-bird price for a three-day first weekend pass is $225 plus fees and will be available until February 14th. After that date, the price will increase to $240. A four-day pass for the second weekend will cost $275 plus fees until February 14th and will then go up to $290.
Typically, the festival releases the “cubes,” which show the performance times and stages, 30 days prior to the festival’s opening day. This year’s 2023 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is set to be a musical extravaganza that will have music lovers excited and eager to attend.