What’s happening this weekend in NOLA (11/4 – 6)
, 2022-11-03 17:05:18,
This weekend in NOLA, the city keeps chugging away following a busy Halloween weekend with many events filling the calendar. For parents, there are tons of family-friendly events this weekend, especially if the weather holds Saturday. Read on for highlights featuring this weekend’s notable events:
Friday, November 4 in NOLA
Leo Nocentelli (Tipitinas)
Doors: 7 p.m.
Born and raised in New Orleans, the self-taught guitarist and member of the pioneering funk band The Meters, Leo Nocentelli has had a legendary career as a touring musician and songwriter throughout the latter half of the 20th century. But last year, he released a “lost album” called Another Side, recorded between 1970 and 1972, that brought him back into the spotlight. The album would receive widespread acclaim among fans and critics around the world. And Nocentelli will perform the album in full at Tipitina’s Friday night. Joining him on stage will be local artists Jamal Batiste (Jon Batiste’s cousin), Marc Stone (acclaimed roots artist), Andriu Yanovski (of the BOOGIE T.RIO), Angelo Nocentelli (aka Funky Knuckles), Jason Neville (son of Aaron Neville), Margie Perez (singer-songwriter) and Earl Smith. For tickets, visit Tipitina’s website.
Abita Fall Fest (Abita Springs, LA)
Starts: November 4 at 5 p.m. and November 5 at 10:30 a.m.
The party moved to the Northshore this weekend, with events like Abita Fall Fest bringing music and celebration to the heart of Abita Springs. It’s a family-friendly music festival featuring Rebirth Brass Band, Flow Tribe, Muscadine Bloodline, Washboard Chaz and many more familiar artists. But of course, it is Abita, so there will be plenty of beer for the grownups. Proceeds from the event will also go towards local community funds, making it an actual of-the-culture-for-the-culture event. To learn more, read our full write-up.
Saturday, November 5 in NOLA
Doors: 7 p.m.
TikTok star, bedroom pop darling and Gen-Z icon, Beadadoobee will perform in New Orleans Saturday night. Her real name is Bea Kristi, and she’s only 22 years old but has amassed five billion streams…
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