1. Enjoy hotel breakfast every day before departure. No shopping included in the tour. Experience the well-designed primary tour in Texas! 2. Exclusive stay in scenic hotel at the premier area -- French Quarter! Enjoy the charm of the world jazz capital! 3. Visit the most classic spots of New Orleans: Oak Alley Plantation, Swamp Tour, National World War II Museum and Mississippi Steamed Jazz Cruise.4. Take a bite of the authentic New Orleans oyster, Cajun gourmet, and the world-wide famous Jazz bar (self-paid).
Experience everything that ‘The Big Easy’ has to offer on this unique total day tour. Dig into the delicious flavors that make New Orleans one of the USA’s top foodie destinations, enjoy some classy cocktails in the famous French Quarter and hear all about the origins of jazz before visiting a few of our favorite local jazz clubs. By the end of this all-encompassing tour, you’ll be hooked on gin and jazz and a bona fide expert on North America’s Mardi Gras city! This tour is a combination of three of our most popular tours, the New Orleans Food Tour, the New Orleans Cocktail Tour and the New Orleans Jazz Tour
Join us for this small group tour (maximum of 15 guests) led by a world-renowned jazz musician. This truly is a one of a kind New Orleans experience!In order to maintain proper social distancing, your guide Kevin will ask that the group stay at least 6 feet from back while you join him on a "tumble" through the French Quarter while he plays the tunes that made New Orleans famous.Kevin will play New Orleans Jazz as our "tumble" stops in front of several of famous Jazz Clubs such as Preservation Hall, Fritzel's and others while keeping a social distance between you and the guests of the clubs.You won't want to miss this one! Sign up now in order to secure your space for your next visit to New Orleans.
A two-hour guided walking tour through the French Quarter, across Rampart Street and into Louis Armstrong Jazz Park to a place called Congo Square where American music was born. With every story your music tour guide will play a snippet of music related to the story, mostly original recordings.The Music Gumbo tour tells a surprising 300-year history of New Orleans’ birthing of jazz, nurturing of rhythm ‘n’ blues and the hits from America first rock ‘n’ roll recording studio. The music that made that Gumbo reaches back a century and a half earlier to 1750s French colonists granting slaves freedom on Sundays. 18th, 19th and 20th – opera, gospel and songs sung by bawdy sailors in saloons near the Mississippi River docks. The most amazing story is that it all happened in the French Quarter and surrounding neighborhoods.
Explore New Orleans’ jazz and cocktail scenes on fun and far-reaching afternoon tour. With a local guide leading the way, learn about jazz’s origins and explore musical landmarks like Marginy and Louis Armstrong Park. Escape the beaten path in the French Quarter and visit a legendary 18th-century haunt. Enjoy a beer and five cocktail samples.
Join the leader of one of New Orleans' best-known bands for a behind-the-scenes musical experience in the Big Easy. You'll venture to three different jazz clubs in the French Quarter and be treated to premier seats while your host plays during live shows. Meet local band members and sip a cocktail at each venue during this 3-hour VIP experience.
Treme' (ausgesprochen Tre-May ) befindet sich neben dem French Quarter und ist das älteste afroamerikanische Stadtviertel in den USA. Treme' ist eine pulsierende Gegend, reich an Musik und Kultur. Entdecken Sie dieses bekannte Juwel und erfreuen Sie sich an der New Orleans Jazz-Geschichte mit ihren Wurzeln am Congo Square und in Storyville, dem Geburtsort von Jazzgrößen wie Alphonse Picou und Trombone shorty.
COME SUMMER|IN A FLUGEL MOOD|SOLO BLUES|PURE GOLD|THREE QUARTER BLUES|Black is black|WALKING IN THE AIR|Summertime|DIXIELAND BLUES|FIFTH GEAR|MOLTEN ROCK|In the mood|OVERDRIVE|SILICON BEAT|AN INTRADA FOR JAZZ TRIO
Enjoy a guided evening of live local music. More than a tour it’s an early evening visit to some of the best live music clubs in the city. The line-ups change night-to-night, no two Night On The Town tours are alike. Your local New Orleans Music Tours guide knows where to find top musicians playing the hottest venues on Frenchmen Street, a small district across the Esplanade Avenue from the French Quarter. Performances any night ranges jazz of all styles from traditional to Gypsy as well as rock, blues and funk.