Featuring Johnny V Trio

Free & open to music students of all ages and their parents (recommended for middle & high school students).
Workshops are supported in part by Shell and the ASCAP Foundation Irving Caesar Fund.

May 24th 1:00pm
Featuring Bruce Daigrepont
May 24th 5:00pm
Feat Stanton Moore & Friends, Members of Flowtribe, Clarence Johnson & Friends, The Bucktown All-Stars, Wayne Maureau Trio & The Brother Martin Jazz Band conducted by Dominic Caronna 85'

VIP Tix include Upstairs Access, Commemorative poster, Food and 2 Drink Tickets

- Ages 18+
- General Admission / Standing Room Only
- Must Have Valid ID to Enter

May 28th 7:00pm
Featuring Cha Wa & Colin Lake

Free and open to the public!
We invite you to join us once again this year for Foundation Free Fridays Presented By Fidelity!

May 29th 9:00pm

Announcing Free Fridays Concert Series Presented by Fidelity!

Foundation Free Fridays Presented by Fidelity ARE HERE!
Free and open to the public!

Tipitina's Foundation's annual program brings in great local acts and opens the doors to the public at no cover charge every Friday in the summer.
Admittance is absolutely FREE and every dollar earned supports protecting & preserving Louisiana’s musical culture.
All Foundation Free Friday shows are 21+ and valid ID must be presented at the door.

5/22 An Evening of The Revivalists Side Projects
5/29 Cha Wa & Colin Lake
6/5 John “Papa” Gros Band + Nawlin's Johnnys
6/12 Good Enough For Good Times + Noisewater
6/19 Johnny Sketch & The Dirty Notes + Waterseed
6/26 Royal Southern Brotherhood + Tonya Boyd Cannon
7/3 Walter Wolfman Washington
7/10 TBA
7/17 Papa Mali + Mike Dillon Band
7/24 Naughty Professor + Mississippi Rail Company
7/31 TBA
8/7 TBA
8/14 Honey Island Swamp Band
8/21 Gravity A
8/28 Sweet Crude + Coyotes
9/4 Flow Tribe

Merch Supports Tipitina's Foundation

History in the Music

Tipitina's began as a neighborhood juke joint, established in 1977, by a group of young music fans (The Fabulous Fo'teen) to provide a place for Professor Longhair to perform in his final years. The venue, named for one of Longhair's most enigmatic recordings "Tipitina," has survived in an ever-changing musical climate. In the past three decades, Tipitina's has grown from a small, neighborhood bar into an international music icon. The venue has expanded into a two-story music venue located at the famed corner of Napoleon and Tchoupitoulas.

All profits from the venue are donated to the Tipitina’s Foundation to support childhood music education, the professional development of adult musicians, and the increased profile and viability of Louisiana music as a cultural, educational, and economic resource.