The Future of Music is Inclusive. The Future of Music is Women.
Preservation Hall hosts New Orleans based all female musician group for their inaugural show
NEW ORLEANS - Preservation Hall hosted N.O.B.A.B.E. on Sunday, June 10 for their inaugural show.
Their original performance was scheduled to be at this year's Bayou Boogaloo Music Festival. Due to inclement weather on the first day of the festival, their show was rescheduled at Preservation Hall.
N.O.B.A.B.E. is a showcase of some of New Orleans finest musicians, who happen to be women. In a nod to the future of music in our city, N.O.B.A.B.E. features Arsene DeLay, Daria Dzurik, Emily Fredrickson, Hannah Kreiger-Benson, Lori LaPatka, Ainsley Matich, Alison McConnell, Margie Perez, Catie Rodgers, Ashley Shabankareh, Amy Trail, Boyanna Trayanova, Cole Williams, Kathryn Rose Wood, Jessica Wright and Jamie Lynn Vessels.
Preservation Hall is proud to host performances that reflect diversity and inclusivity in the music industry. Through our Foundation and it's educational outreach programs, we work to build a future that inspires the next generation of musicians.
A very special thank you to our sponsors Positive Vibration Foundation and Friends of Bayou St. John.