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Best Indie & Rock in New Orleans

Taylor Swift at Caesars Superdome

Taylor Swift

I promise that you'll never find another like, Taylor Swift! Following the debut of her stunning tenth studio album Midnights, Taylor Swift is returning to the road, this time celebrating not just the release of her tenth studio album, but all of her incredible Eras! Swift tells fans to expect: "a journey through the musical eras of my career (past and present!)"

Amy Grant at Jefferson Performing Arts Center

Amy Grant

Ever since bursting on the scene as a young teenager in 1976, Grammy award-winning Amy Grant has built a long, successful career on music that comes from her heart, and matters. This year sees her bringing her sensational talent to the North American road. Make sure you don't miss Grant's contemporary, award-winning Christian music when she comes to a town near you!

Marc Broussard at Tipitinas

Marc Broussard

Get ready for a little bit of bayou soul, Marc Broussard is coming to town. The sell-out artist is hitting the road in celebration of 'Carencro' anniversary! Marking two decades since the release of his breakthrough album, Broussard invites you to celebrate this huge milestone with him - catch this swamp pop legend while you can!

Men At Work at The Fillmore

Men At Work

They come from a land Down Under, and they're bringing the flowing beer, but hopefully not the men who chunder. Grammy Award-winners Men at Work are back and touring the United States this fall after a successful run in South America. The multi-platinum-selling Australians are set to revive the eighties on their countrywide tour, so join in the fun and dance the night away!

The Front Bottoms at The Fillmore

The Front Bottoms

New Jersey emo-folk band The Front Bottoms take their 'Finding Your Way Home' tour on the road. Still riding the success of their 2023 album 'You Are Who You Hang Out With', expect to hear new Front Bottoms tracks alongside their certified emo classics 'Twin Size Mattress', 'Be Nice To Me', and 'Flashlight'.

Cat Power at The Civic Theatre

Cat Power

Indie icon Cat Power is hitting the road again on much anticipated new countrywide tour in support of her 2023 release: Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert. The solo songstress is known for her fusion of punk, jazz, folk, and blues styles and excellent, emotional guitar playing. 2018's 'Wanderer' was a highly regarded piece of work from the artist and featured a Lana Del Rey collaboration.

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