Fall / Winter 2013 Newsletter

Notable Events

Voodoo Music + Art Experience
November 1st - 3rd

Celebrating it's 15th year, Voodoo Music + Art Experience embraced City Park Festival grounds.  Worship past performances here Thanks Steve, Don, Nicole, Meaghan, and Ashley!

Andouille Festival
October 18th - 20th

The Andouille capital of the world, LaPlace's annual festival highlights the unique culture and food of the area.  The weekend was filled with music, rides, a run, beauty pageant, and the Dang Douille eating contest!  Thanks Torri and Dana!  
Tulane University Homecoming
October 3rd & 4th
Tulane honored its students and their families during a two day celebration of music on the quad.  The Head and the Heat and Deacon John were amongst the performers.  Thanks Greg and Leslie!
Best of The Bayou Festival
September 28th & 29th

This free festival in downtown Houma had record crowds.  Music included Robert Randolph and the Family Band, featuring Anders Osborne,  Jason Isbell, Baby Bee, Dumpstaphunk, Marcia Ball, Susan Cowsill and more!  Thanks Billy!


Dr. Norman C. Francis Endowed Scholarship Benefit Concert
November 22nd

This year's event took place in Xavier University's new convocation center and featured En Vogue and the Commodores.  Benefits go to support Dr. Norman C. Francis Endowed Scholarship and marked it's 45th year.  Thanks Dr. Norman Francis, Dr. Kenneth St. Charles, and Nannette!
Harvest The Music Series
September 28th & 29th

Second Harvest Food Bank held its annual music series in Lafayette Square for 8 weeks.  For 31 years, the food bank has worked to lead the fight against hunger and build food security in South Louisiana by providing food access, advocacy, education, and disaster response. 
Red, Whites, and the Blues
October 9th

Gambit's annual wine tasting event featured music from Alexis and the Samurai.  Benefits go to the Foundation for Entertainment Development and Education, which funds projects and programs that acknowledge the profound importance of the performing arts to the culture and economy of the New Orleans area.  Thanks Margo, Jon, and Marie!

Check out the National Historic Jazz Park's free scheduled performances at the Old U.S. Mint HERE!


White Oak booked numerous weddings and produced some great private parties. Thanks to all who made it happen!