Jam to New Orleans jazz with Tuba Skinny in Concert at Miller Outdoor Theatre

Tuba Skinny in New Orleans | Photo courtesy of Miller Outdoor Theatre

Get into your groove when New Orleans’ own Tuba Skinny brings its rousing music for a free concert at Miler Outdoor Theatre on Friday, October 15, 2021 at 7:30pm.

Formed in in 2009, the octet has steadily evolved from a loose collection of street musicians into a solid ensemble dedicated to bringing the traditional New Orleans sound to audiences around the world.

Drawing on a wide range of musical influences—from spirituals to Depression-era blues, from ragtime to traditional jazz—their sound evokes the rich musical heritage of their New Orleans home.

The band has gained a loyal following through their distinctive sound, their commitment to reviving long-lost songs, and their barnstorming live performances.

As always, all shows and performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are completely free.

Finding Your Seat at Miller Outdoor Theatre

There are two types of seating at Miller Outdoor Theatre: covered seating and hillside seating. Both are free, but covered seating does require an assigned ticket. 

You get your tickets online two days prior to the performance date, beginning at 9am, until noon on the day of the performance.

Masks are strongly encouraged for all attendees, especially if you are unvaccinated.

Reserve covered seating tickets online two days prior to the event or learn more.

Tube Skinny in Concert at Miller Outdoor Theatre

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