JUMP INTO LIVE EVENTS AND WITNESS SHOWSTOPPING ACTS AT THE JOY THEATER THIS APRIL
The Joy Theater in New Orleans is kicking off April with a lineup featuring comedians, musicians, and storytellers. With festival season on the horizon, everyone should be gearing up for great and talented acts around the city, especially at the Joy Theater.
Comedian David Cross will take the stage at the Joy Theater on April 1. Known best for his witty and sarcastic humor, Cross will have the audience in stitches. Fans of his work will want to take advantage of this chance to see him live.
Kevin Kaarl: Paris Texas Tour
Kevin Kaarl, an up-and-coming country music star, will perform at the Joy Theater on April 4. With his blend of traditional country and modern pop, Kaarl will undoubtedly put on a memorable show.
Musician Big Wild, known for his electronic and indie-pop sound, will appear at the Joy Theater on April 6. His highly energetic and engaging live performances will have the crowd dancing and singing along.
Built to Spill
The indie rock band Built to Spill will perform at the Joy Theater on April 10. With a career spanning over two decades, the band is known for its experimental sound and memorable lyrics.
The Moth Grandslam
The Moth Grandslam is a storytelling competition featuring some of the best storytellers from around the country. The event will occur at the Joy Theater on April 11, with a focus on personal stories that are both humorous and heartfelt.
Post-hardcore band Silverstein takes the stage at the Joy Theater on April 12. They are best known for their heavy sound and emotional lyrics.
Soul singer Mac Ayres will perform at the Joy Theater on April 15. Ayers’ smooth and sultry voice has drawn comparisons to Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.
Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real with Drayton Farley
Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real with Drayton Farle will appear at the Joy Theater on April 18. The band is known for performing high-energy and invigorating shows with a sound that blends country, rock, and blues.
The excitement continues on April 27 with Ella Mai’s The Heart on My Sleeve Tour. The British singer and songwriter exploded onto the scene with her hit single “Boo’d Up.” Fans can expect to hear her soulful, R&B-infused tracks all night.
Stay at Maison Dupuy
One of the best ways to experience live events in New Orleans is by staying at a hotel in the middle of it all. Maison Dupuy resides right in the heart of the French Quarter. Make a reservation at Maison Dupuy today.