Ponderosa Stomp Six of Saturns Jazz Fest Series at Ace Hotel New Orleans – Sunday May 1st, 2016
The Ponderosa Stomp is proud to announce its partnership with the new Ace Hotel New Orleans and will kick off the relationship with a full day of Stomp programming on Sunday, May 1, as part of the Six of Saturns Jazz Fest Series at Three Keys Venue in Ace Hotel, 600 Carondelet Street, New Orleans
Lil Buck Sinegal and The Buckaroos with special guest Buckwheat Zydeco
Kick off the day with the Awakenings presented by Stumptown Coffee Roasters featuring Lil Buck Sinegal and The Buckaroos with special guest Buckwheat Zydeco at Three Keys in Ace Hotel.
11 AM on May 1, 2016
Free with RSVP
Post-Festival Happy Hour with Henry Gray in Ace Hotel Lobby.
7 – 9 PM, May 1, 2016
South Louisiana Swamp Stompede
South Louisiana Swamp Stompede featuring Keith Frank and the Soileau Zydeco Band, CC Adcock and the Lafayette Marquis, and Guitar Lightnin Lee and his Thunder Band, and vinyl served by DJs Dr. Ike and Tima Burner at Three Keys in Ace Hotel.
9 PM, May 1, 2016
$10 General Admission, $25 VIP
Buy Tickets Here
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