New Years Eve 2016 with the New Orleans Suspects + Glen David Andrews

New Years Eve 2016 at The Maison with The New Orleans Suspects + Glen David Andrews

TICKET INFO

Ring in 2017 at The Maison on Frenchmen Street with The New Orleans Suspects and Glen David Andrews on Saturday, December 31st, 2016.

Ticket purchase includes VIP admission, a premium open bar from 10pm-1am, a complimentary champagne toast and a VIP dinner buffet.

Earlybird tickets on sale now for $80 from the link below!

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THE NEW ORLEANS SUSPECTS

New Orleans Suspects began playing together in 2009 as a pick-up band at the Maple Leaf in New Orleans. Comprised of some of the most seasoned, highly respected players in NOLA, the group called themselves The Unusual Suspects. Their chemistry was undeniable and by the summer of 2011 they decided to tour full-time, renaming the band New Orleans Suspects. They quickly began attracting large crowds from San Francisco to New York. In five short years they’ve released four CDs and established themselves as one of New Orleans’ best supergroups.

GLEN DAVID ANDREWS

Andrews comes from a storied extended family of musicians. He was born in the historic Tremé neighborhood – which many consider to be the oldest black community in the United States – where the struggle to survive is older than the mighty oak trees in the Crescent City. According to family folklore, Anthony “Tuba Fats” Lacen, a patriarch of modern New Orleans music, directed the bell of his horn toward Andrews’s mother’s belly as a way to induce labor. Andrews was born the following day. Transfixed by the magic and mystery of the city’s second-line parades, Andrews and his older brother, Derrick Tabb of the Rebirth Brass Band, along with their younger cousin Troy “Trombone Shorty,” soaked up life’s musical lessons by learning the history of the brass band tradition firsthand from iconic figures like Tuba Fats. They also learned the power of the city’s Mardi Gras Indian culture.