Join us this holiday weekend at the Broadside for a Hometown Throwdown with:
& Renée Gros
The Rumble continues the legacy of Mardi Gras Indian funk, which was pioneered in part by Boudreaux’s father Big Chief Monk Boudreaux with the Wild Magnolias. The younger Boudreaux is a Grammy nominated singer himself and a well respected leader of the Black Masking Indian community. Trumpeter Aurélien Barnes masks with the Northside Skull and Bone Gang, another hallmark black masking carnival group. The brass band culture of New Orleans is represented by Barnes who plays with Kings of Brass and especially by trombonist José Maize of the TBC Brass band, known for electrifying crowds at the city’s famous second line parades.
From black masking culture, to the brass band tradition, to the legacy of jazz, funk, and other forms of New Orleans music and culture, The Rumble is the whole package. This band is the future of New Orleans music and is continuing on in the footsteps of great bands such as the Wild Magnolias, the Meters, and the Neville Brothers, delivering that classic mystique of the past, while bringing a fresh original sound that is in-tune with the times.
is an emerging singer-songwriter born, raised, and based in New Orleans. She started to make a name for herself in the city's music scene when legendary drummer, Russell Batiste Jr., handpicked her to be the lead singer of his band. With Batiste, she has performed on stages at the Maple Leaf, Suwanee Hulaween in Live Oak, FL, and most recently, Tipitina's, alongside world-famous trombonist, Fred Wesley (James Brown, The J.B.'s, Parliament-Funkadelic). This year, she was ecstatic to make her debut at Jazz Fest singing alongside Billy Iuso. Since forming her own band in the spring of 2022, she has played on local stages including Le Bons Temps Roule, Saturn Bar, Carrollton Station, 30/90, and the BMC.
1) The showtime listed for the event is the time the event starts. Doors will generally open an hour before the listed show time.
2) We allow pets during the day, but not at night for music (anything after 7pm). Service animals are always allowed.
3) Children 15 years and under do not need a ticket but do require adult supervision.
4) Please do not park in the Broad Theater parking lot. We have a parking lot for The Broadside and plenty street parking available on Toulouse and Lafitte. If you would like to be escorted to your car, please ask the Sheriff on duty. You may also park in the Auto Zone parking lot if they are closed.
5) Chairs are provided for events with a seated element (movies, presentations) but are not out in the yard for most concerts. You are welcome to bring your own chairs, if you require a seat for health reasons or disability, please ask a staff member and they can provide you with a chair.
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