"Big Shot" Reserved Seating for Preservation Hall 8, 9, and 10pm Concerts, The Paulin Brothers Brass Band

"Big Shot" Reserved Seating for Preservation Hall 8, 9, and 10pm Concerts

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Enjoy the best in Traditional New Orleans Jazz from the most preferred seats in the Hall; the only reserved seating available at Preservation Hall. Availability for our BIG SHOT seating is limited and we encourage booking in advance. (GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY AT THE DOOR ON THE NIGHT OF PERFORMANCE ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS.) Nightly performances begin at 8:15, 9:15 and 10:15.

The Paulin Brothers Brass Band

The Paulin Brothers Brass Band featuring Dwayne 'Doc' Paulin

The Paulin Brothers’ Brass Band represents an aspect of New Orleans’ musical culture that is rapidly declining – the traditional brass band dressed in “traditional” uniform—black pants, white shirt, black shoes, tie and band cap playing traditional New Orleans music.

We have traveled throughout the United States and Europe sharing our uniquely Paulin Brass Band sound with countless audiences.

Our goal is to maintain the integrity of the music in honor of musicians like our Dad, Ernest “Doc” Paulin, who first organized his band in the early 1920s; To introduce and encourage the “young musicians” to respect New Orleans music and those who contributed to its success and lastly, to carry on the tradition for years to come.

$40.00

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Enjoy the best in Traditional New Orleans Jazz from the most preferred seats in the Hall. The only reserved seating available at Preservation Hall, availability for our VIP BIG SHOT ticketing is limited and we encourage booking in advance. (GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY AT THE DOOR ON THE NIGHT OF PERFORMANCE ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS.) Nightly performances begin at 8:15, 9:15 and 10:15

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"Big Shot" Reserved Seating for Preservation Hall 8, 9, and 10pm Concerts, The Paulin Brothers Brass Band

Wednesday, October 16 · Doors 8:00 PM at Preservation Hall