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Faubourg Brewery’s Daze Between Festival Returns in 2023 with Goose, Tank & tha Bangas, & More

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After the inaugural festival at Faubourg Brewery took place this year over Jazz Fest, Faubourg Brewery has announced the return of the annual event with a headlining set from jam-band Goose (2 days, 4 sets) on May 2nd and 3rd. The bill also includes local favorites including Tank & the Bangas, David Shaw, George Porter Jr. & the Runnin’ Pardners, and more. 

Single-day and two-day passes, as well as a variety of VIP options, go on sale Friday, December 16 at 12 pm CT, exclusively via dazebetweennola.com. Check out the full lineup below.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, December 16 at 12pm CST HERE. 

Daze Between festival

Tank And The Bangas
J & The Causeways
The Quickening

David Shaw
Neal Francis
George Porter Jr. & Runnin’ Pardners
Honey Island Swamp Band 

The fest takes place during the “daze between” New Orleans & Jazz Heritage Festival weekends 1 and 2 on Tuesday, May 2 and Wednesday, May 3. When the fairgrounds go quiet, the city stays alive with festive energy.

Goose will be joined at Daze Between New Orleans by a wide-ranging lineup of eclectic artists from the Big Easy and beyond, spanning jazz, funk, jam, folk, rock, and more. The festival will also feature GRAMMY® Award-nominated New Orleans outfit Tank and the Bangas, brother- and sister-led soul-pop ensemble Lawrence, Chicago-based keyboardist and singer-songwriter Neal Francis, and a performance by The Revivalists’ co-founder David Shaw and his solo project. Other artists set to perform include legendary The Meters bassist George Porter Jr. and his Runnin’ Pardners, fast-rising New Haven, CT jam quartet Eggy, soulful NYC group Melt, and a mix of fan-favorite local acts like Honey Island Swamp Band, J & The Causeways and The Quickening.

“Daze Between New Orleans is starting to become an annual tradition. It’s a remarkable event anchored by Jazz Fest, colored with incredible music and delicious food, in a beautiful venue. New Orleans is ingrained in the fabric of everything we do at Live For Live Music, and to be able to put on an event that gives back to this city that has given the world so much culture is an honor.”

  • Live for Live Music founder Kunj Shah.

A portion of all proceeds from Daze Between New Orleans will benefit New Orleans-based nonprofit organizations via the Rex Foundation, a non-profit organization created in 1983 by the Grateful Dead family and friends. Funds will be raised through ticket sales and on-site initiatives, including an auction featuring coveted items and experiences from artists on the lineup, NOLA- and Grateful Dead-themed artwork, memorabilia, and more.

Watch the recap from Daze Between 2022 here:


Tickets go on sale this Friday, December 16 at 12pm CST HERE. 

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