Southern Decadence + Labor Day Weekend has come and gone, but there’s still plenty to look forward to this month for music fans in New Orleans. September 2022 is host to plenty of indie bands and musicians, singers and songwriters, rock bands, DJs, and more at venues including The Rabbit Hole, Republic NOLA, Virgin Hotels New Orleans, and more.
Check out some upcoming music events at our favorite New Orleans venues, and get your tickets now!
9/9 Seize & Assist Presents: KURSA at The Rabbit Hole
New Orleans-based record label & event collective Seize + Assist return to the Rabbit Hole for the fourth edition of their Seize + Assist event series. The event on Friday, September 9 features KURSA with support to be announced. 21+ show.
$20 Pre-Sale – Purchase tickets for Seize + Assist here
9/10 River Beats Presents: The Deep ft. Massane at The Pool Club @ Virgin Hotels New Orleans
Dance on the rooftop of Virgin Hotels New Orleans with city skyline views and DJ tunes from melodic house French producer Massane. This is the second installment of The Deep in New Orleans, a new event showcasing unique sounds in unique spaces. French music producer, guitarist and live act Massane creates melodic house and techno music rich with sonic textures inspired by a wide range of genres – making him the perfect next artist for this special event.
$25 tickets / limited capacity – Purchase tickets for Massane
9/20 Danileigh: 4 velour tour at house of blues new orleans
The 22-year-old singing and dancing phenomenon cut her teeth in the business when she directed a music video for her late mentor, Prince. She enhanced her buzz with back-to-back jams “Play” (featuring Kap G) and “Lurkin’”, and is here to continue her mission of making music that both sounds and feels good. Listen to the latest from Danileigh before her show at the House of Blues on Tuesday, September 20.
$20 – $49.50 tickets – purchase tickets for Danileigh here
9/23 Crooked Colours at Toulouse Theatre
For fans of Rufus du Sol, Australian trio Crooked Colours + psychedelic indie band SWIMM come to Toulouse Theatre on Friday, September 23. Extracting harmony from the union of seemingly disparate elements, Crooked Colours exist at an elusive crossroads between delicate acoustic instrumentation, evocative vocals, and dancefloor-ready synth transmissions. General admission tickets are available as well as mezzanine takeover tix. 18+ show.
$18 – $22 tickets – Purchase tickets for Crooked Colours here
9/23 Jack White at The Filmore New Orleans
One of the great rock conceptualists of the 21st century, Jack White came to fame as the leader of the White Stripes, the Detroit-based garage-punk duo who unexpectedly became one of the biggest rock acts of the 2000s. Jack White brings his The Supply Chain Issues tour to the Filmore on Friday, September 23.
$65 tickets / VIP also available starting at $190 each – Purchase tickets for Jack White here
9/24 Jason Aldean at the Smoothie King Center
If Luke Bryan tickled your country music fix, Jason Aldean’s Rock N’ Roll Cowboy Tour takes over the Smoothie King Center for a Saturday night throw down. Re-sale tickets are available on Ticketmaster.
Tickets starting at $56 – purchase tickets for Jason Aldean here
9/27 The Flaming Lips at The Filmore new orleans
Livenation venue The Filmore is hosting all the tours this month. After years in the underground, alternative rock band The Flaming Lips have become a USA-favorite after returning to the forefront in 2019. A must attend for psych-rock fans on Tuesday, September 27.
9/27 flipturn at Toulouse Theatre
A Winter Circle Production brings Flipturn to Toulouse on Tuesday, September 27 with Juice & Felix Rabito. The new independent venue located at 615 Toulouse Street has become a new host to a slew of upcoming events. Check out Toulouse Theatre’s full event calendar here, including Two Feet, Duckwrth, and more.
$18 tickets – purchase tickets for Flipturn here
9/28 Remi Wolf + Orion Sun at Republic NOLA
American singer and songwriter Remi Wolf makes her New Orleans debut on Wednesday, September 28 at Republic NOLA. Remi’s Spotify bio gives an insight as to what you can expect (or maybe, not expect?) at her show: Remi Wolf is a crazy bih but is also hella nice and sweet sometimes but also likes to yell at people but has figured out that maybe instead of yelling at people she can just sing and scream at people on stage when she’s in the mood to make money and act like a daddy dom.
$30 – 45 tickets – purchase tickets for Remi Wolf here
9/28 Beach House at the Orpheum Theatre
Musical duo featuring vocalist + keyboardist Victoria Legrand and guitarist/keyboardist Alex Scally take over the Orpheum Theatre on Wednesday, September 28. The dream pop band’s most notable tracks include “Space Song” and “Myth” – give them a listen below.