A LEGENDARY APRIL LINEUP FOR THE SAENGER THEATRE OF NEW ORLEANS AWAITS LOCALS AND VISITORS
The Saenger Theatre of New Orleans has an exciting lineup for April that music lovers will want to attend. From Latin American beats to jazz and funk, the Saenger brings diverse musical genres to the stage.
Los Angeles Azules – De Iztapalapa Para El Mundo Tour
Kicking off the month on April 1 is Los Angeles Azules – De Iztapalapa Para El Mundo Tour. The Mexican musical group has entertained audiences for over three decades with their signature cumbia sound, blending traditional Colombian rhythms with modern pop and rock elements. The group’s unique style has earned them a massive following worldwide, and their live shows are known to be electrifying.
Moulin Rouge the Musical
Between April 5 and 16, the iconic Saenger Theatre will host Moulin Rouge the Musical. Based on Baz Luhrmann’s 2001 movie, the musical tells the story of a young writer and a cabaret actress who fall in love at a famous Parisian nightclub. The musical has received critical acclaim for its stunning visuals, mesmerizing choreography, and soundtrack that features some of the biggest hits from the past two decades. Moulin Rouge the Musical promises to be a theatrical experience like no other and is a must-see for fans of the movie and musical.
Lettuce and Tower of Power with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
On April 28, the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra will join forces with funk bands Lettuce and Tower of Power for a night of unforgettable music. The Louisiana Philharmonic is renowned for its ability to play various musical styles. Its collaboration with Lettuce and Tower of Power promises to be a fusion of classical and contemporary funk. Lettuce is a funk band known for its high-energy live shows, while Tower of Power has entertained audiences with its soulful sound for over five decades.
Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue Treme Threauxdown
Closing out the month on April 29 is Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue Treme Threauxdown. The New Orleans native Trombone Shorty started playing the trombone at four years old and has since become a globally recognized jazz and funk musician, collaborating with some of the biggest names in the music industry.
A Legendary Lineup for April
Whether someone is a fan of Latin American beats, musical theater, funk, or jazz, the Saenger Theatre’s April lineup has something for everyone. Each show promises a unique and unforgettable experience transporting attendees to another world.
Stay at the Jung Hotel & Residences
One of the best ways to see shows in New Orleans is by staying at a hotel in the middle of it all. The Jung Hotel & Residences is ideally situated near the Canal Streetcar line, allowing easy accessibility. Make a reservation at the Jung Hotel today and experience adventure, fun, and leisure.