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The New Orleans Jazz Fest is a musical and cultural celebration of New Orleans and Louisiana. The festival is held annually for two successive weekends. The Jazz Fest has managed to entertain and allure millions from around the world since its inception in 1970. The event features local as well as national musical acts that cover almost every music genre relevant to the city including bluegrass, country music, rap, rock, Latin, folk, Afro-Caribbean, zydeco, Cajun, gospel, R&B, blues and most prominently jazz. The festival takes place on the last weekend of April and first weekend of May. The Fair Grounds Race Course hosts the musical and cultural extravaganza. During the week between the two weekends, the whole city indulges in a celebration of music, food, arts and a whole lot of entertainment.  The festival comprises of twelve music stages along with two food stages of various sizes. The festival has become a major tourist attraction and it continues to fascinate millions every year. The New Orleans Jazz and Musical Festival continues the cherished culture  of New Orleans and by grabbing New Orleans Jazz Fest tickets the audience and visitors can witness a unique and colorful celebration of music, food and life.

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The New Orleans Jazz Fest was founded in 1970. The festival came into existence after “New Orleans Hotel Motel Association” came up with the “New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation.” The foundation contracted “Festival Production Inc,” led by “George Wien,” to produce a jazz festival. Wein founded a team of creative consultants that included Harry Souchon, Richard B. Allen, Ellis Marsalis, Allison Minor and Quint Davis. Since the first festival, Davis and Miner took key roles in festival’s day to day operations under the supervision of Wein and the “New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation.” Allison Minor has been praised and credited for the documentation of numerous photographs, documents, videos, interviews and other precious material related to the festival under the “New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation Archive.” The Interviewing Stage at the festival was renamed the Allison Minor Music Heritage Stage in her memory in 1995 to honor her immense contribution to the jazz festival. On the other hand, Quint Davis assumed the role of CEO of “Festival Production Inc” and currently supervises the festival’s production. The festival has evolved over the years into one of the most attended festivals in the country.
The New Orleans Jazz Fest dedicates a large number of areas to the historical and cultural practices that represent various cultures present in Louisiana and neighborhoods of New Orleans including Los Islands and Cajun. The National Endowment of the Arts has recognized the works of these folk demonstrators during the festivals. The event also features a diverse variety of food from local vendors. There are over seventy food stalls set up all over the festival grounds that include food like crawfish monica, soft sell crab, boiled crawfish, cochon de lait sandwich, crawfish beignets and Mango Freeze amongst others. There is a strict quality-screening test for all food vendors in order to monitor their food managing practices and ability. The festival features two food stages and twelve music stages of various sizes. These stages include the main stage “Acura Stage,” Afro-centric and world music “Congo Square” stage, “Jazz Tent,” “Blues Tent,” “Gospel Tent,” “Economy Hall Tent,” “Kids Tent,” “Cajun Cabin,” “Food Demonstration Stage” and a potpourri of style and sound stage called “Lagniappe Stage.” “The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation” uses the earnings from the event for a continuous community improvement programs including development of culture, education and economic growth of the community.
The New Orleans Jazz Fest has become the country’s one of most sought after music and cultural celebration every year. The festival attracts thousands from around the world for a crazy fun filed musical extravaganza that lasts for almost two weeks. The festival features the rich culture of Louisiana including performing arts, food, music, nightlife, recreational activities and much more. The festival allows tourist and visitors to indulge in a spectacular celebration with the locals for a memorable journey. By acquiring New Orleans Jazz Fest tickets, the visitors can make sure to witness the lively and vibrant aura of the New Orleans as the whole community is painted in beautiful colors for an unforgettable experience. 

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