Eric Krasno, Ivan Neville, George Porter Jr. and the members of Lettuce will perform Tipitina during Jazz Fest 2022

the Daze between groups is back for another year in New Orleans, LA during Jazz Fest. For the first time, the annual music summit will take over Tipitina’s on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 with the support of Brown Butcher. Tickets are on sale now.

The 2022 edition of Daze Between Band, presented by Purple Hat Productions, live for live musicand GMP live—will be led by a decorated guitarist Eric Krasno alongside a talented cast of NOLA legends and familiar collaborators. The Elder of Krasno Salad group mates Adam Deish (drums) Ryan Zoidis (saxophone) and Eric “Benny” Bloom (trumpet) will show up in force for the performance alongside the mighty trumpeter/vocalist Jennifer Hartwick (Trey Anastasio Band) and New Orleans Favorites George Porter Jr. (bass, The Meters), Ivan Neville (Keyboard/Vocal, Dumpstaphunk), and Erica Falls (singing).

For several years, the rotating ensemble Daze Between Band has come together during Jazz Fest “daze between” weekends to get New Orleans music lovers dancing and celebrating while the fairgrounds go quiet for a break. mid-week. Since its inception in 2017, the Daze Between Band has become one of the most famous events of the Jazz Fest season.

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Previous releases of the Daze Between Band have featured guest appearances by Warren Haynes, Dave Schools, Burbridge eye, Scott Metzger, Jeff Sipe, Tom Hamilton, John Medesky, Robert “Sput” Searight, MonoNeon, Shira Elias, Grahame Lesh, Elliot Peck, Nate Werth, and more. With so much talent in the Big Easy during Jazz Fest, you never know who might show up to participate with The Daze Between Band.

After several sold-out years at the beloved French Quarter club One-Eyed Jacks the Daze Between Band has planned its move to the iconic Uptown haunt Tipitina’s in 2020. Now, after a series of postponements and years without a jazz festival, the Daze Between Band will finally make its Tipitina debut. All tickets purchased for the previously scheduled April 2020 date will be honored at the rescheduled show.

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With the announcement of the inauguration Daze between New Orleans festival in 2022, The Daze Between Band is now positioning itself as a victory lap after two full days of “daze between” festivities. Ready to start at Tipitina shortly after The String Cheese Incident ends the second and last day of the new festival at Brasserie du Faubourgfans can continue the party into the night with The Daze Between Band on Wednesday, May 4.

Tickets for The Daze Between Band at Tipitina’s on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 are on sale now. Scroll down for full show details.

This show joins a growing list of Live For Live Music late night shows during Jazz Fest. Other previously announced shows include a tribute to dan of steel featuring members of Lotus, The Motet, The Nth Power and more (Thursday, May 5 at The Howlin’ Wolf); The Grateful Gospel of Keller Williams (Sunday May 1 at The Howlin’ Wolf); and Poppa Funk & The Night Tripper: A Tribute to Art Neville and Dr John with More problems (Saturday, May 7, at the Fillmore New Orleans). Follow Live For Live Music on social media for more excitement Fest by Nite announcements in the coming weeks.


***SHOW INFORMATION***

To show: Live For Live Music, GMP Live and Purple Hat Productions present: The Daze Between Band

Bandaged: Eric Krasno (guitar/vocals), Adam Deish (Lettuce, drums), Ivan Neville (Dumpstaphunk, keyboards/vocals), George Porter Jr. (The Meters, bass/vocals), Erica Falls (singing), Ryan Zoidis (Lettuce, sax), Eric “Benny” Bloom (Lettuce, trumpet), Jennifer Hartwick (trumpet/vocals, Trey Anastasio Band) with special guests Brown Butcher

Dated: Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Location: Tipitina’s – 501 Napoleon Ave, New Orleans, LA 70115

Doors: 9:30 p.m. / Show: 10 p.m.

Tickets: $45

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