Tipitina's Jazz Fest Webcasts Lotus, RRE, Dirty Dozen

A GOOD SEAT FOR SOME GREAT SHOWS FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME!

The very good folks at Tipitina's are offering audio and video feeds (and archives) for a choice selection of performances happening inside their walls during this year's Jazz Fest, which kicks off today. Our own Kayceman will be bringing you highlights each day and our photographers are scrambling around capturing moments to share. Check back with JamBase daily this weekend for updates and galleries!

The Tipitina's webcasts can be found here.

The schedule for Tipitina's webcasts and the start times is as follows:

Galactic
Fri 4/23
Zigaboo's Funk Revue (9 pm CT)
Galactic (2 am CT)

Sat 4/24
Patti Smith (9 pm CT)
Lotus (2 am CT)

Sun 4/25
Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Jon Cleary: Piano, Bass & Drums (10 pm CT)

Mon 4/26
"Instruments A Comin' 2010 Benefit Concert" (5 pm CT)
Galactic and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Ave and Big Sam's Funky Nation and Rebirth Brass Band and Soul Rebels Brass Band and BIGI Featuring Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, George Porter, Jr., and Russell Batiste and Anders Osborne and Big Chief Monk Boudreaux and 'Rockin' Dopsie, Jr. and Nigel Hall With Eric Kasno & Adam Deitch and Donald Harrison & The T.I.P. Interns and Battle of The Bands With St. Augustine Marching 100, Roots of Music, O. Perry Walker, & McDonogh 35 and more!

Wed 4/28
Railroad Earth (10 pm CT)

Thur 4/29
North Mississippi Allstars plus City Champs (9 pm CT)

And if you're headed to Jazz Fest be sure to check out JamBase's Jazz Fest 2010 Survival Guide filled with set recommendations, food tips and more!

http://www.tipitinas.com/

[Published on: 4/23/10]

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