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Grits & Biscuits in New Orleans this week: here’s what you can expect

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Don’t miss Grits & Biscuits in New Orleans at the House of Blues on July 2nd. Grab your tickets here.

Grits & Biscuits may be the best Dirty South party in the country. The traveling entertainment experience prefers to create a down-home feeling that brings a world of fun. If you love southern food, dancing, and culture you won’t want to miss Grits & Biscuits in New Orleans at the House of Blues on Saturday, July 2nd.

What to expect at Grits & Biscuits in New Orleans

Founded by a group of friends and black entrepreneurs, Grits & Biscuits celebrates the southern experience through music, food, culture, and southern hospitality. G&B keeps its down-to-earth values at the heart of its brand. They stand strong on the platform of “no BS.” There’s no VIP program and no elitist table service. It’s all about creating a family environment of southern hospitality.

While there’s no lineup yet released, we’ve come to expect nothing but a good time at Grits & Biscuits. High-energy dancing, awesome MCs, and killer hip-hop and bounce performances have become a G&B trademark, oh, and church fans – lots of church fans.

The brand got its start in New York, where its reputation is now prodigious. It started with a couple of friends looking a create a party that they wanted to go to. In New York City, they were missing the genuine and unique energy of southern culture. Now with nearly 200 events under their belts, the founders of Grits & Biscuits have hosted artists like Rick Ross and Casanova on their stages. They became so well known, even Jay-Z and Beyonce made an appearance at one of their events.

Don’t miss Grits & Biscuits in New Orleans on Saturday, July 2nd with a show at The House of Blues.

Doors: 10:00 PM | House of Blues New Orleans | Saturday, July 2, 2022

Get tickets to grits & biscuits now!


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New Orleans mystic with a love for love. Writer, yogi, explorer, tune chaser. A wild haired moon child just trying to figure it out. Find me @thelocalmystic and at www.thelocalmystic.com

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