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NOLA Recommends: Top 5 Things to do This Week

In New Orleans for the week and looking for something fun to do? Well, you’re in luck because there’s always something going on around town. Here’s our top list of things going on in New Orleans over the next few days. You can’t go wrong by heading to one (or all!) of these events. And, come back on Thursday for the GoNOLA suggestions for the weekend!

Monday, September 27

Jimmy Robinson and Cranston Clements Unplugged
Jimmy and Cranston met as teenagers, when the two were cutting their musical teeth playing weekly free concerts at the New Orleans River front during the pre-jam band hippie era. Expect music drawn from original compositions from both players, Twangorama and Woodenhead material and more. 8:00-11:00 pm.
Chickie Wah Wah
2828 Canal Street

Tuesday, September 28

Anberlin featuring Crash Kings and Civil Twilight
Don’t miss a night full of the latest and greatest in alternative rock. Catch Anberlin featuring the Crash Kings and Civil Twilight at the House of Blues. Doors at 5:00, show at 6:00; tickets $16.00.
House of Blues
225 Decatur Street

Wednesday, September 29

Yellow Moon Poetry and Potluck
The Yellow Moon Bar, located in the Bywater, hosts evening poetry readings from local poets every Wednesday. All attendees are invited to bring food to share in a community potluck. Loren Murrell, local folk singer-songwriter, hosts the event. 9:00 pm, free.
Yellow Moon Bar
4129 Dauphine

Opera Returns to Bourbon
Head to the Inn on Bourbon for a FREE Opera Concert hosted by the
New Orleans Opera Association at the Inn on Bourbon’s Salon de Gallier. Free
Inn on Bourbon
541 Bourbon Street

Thursday, September 30

Abita Beer Dinner
If you like good food and good beer, don’t miss the Abita Beer Dinner at Red Fish Grill. Beyond being a delicious five-course meal paired with different Abita brews, it’s an opportunity to meet and speak with Abita team members and learn more about the beer. Dinner starts at 7:00, tickets $75.00.
Red Fish Grill
115 Bourbon Street

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