New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Weekend Two (A Gallery)

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New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Weekend Two (A Gallery)

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On May 8, after 14 days of music, jubilation, unmatched cuisine and reverence for culture, ancestry and community the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival came to a close.

During the second weekend of the Jazz Fest, attendees from far and wide enjoyed once in a lifetime performances by The Black Crowes, Stevie Nicks, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, The Revivalists, Kool & the Gang, Big Freedia, Tribute to Dr. John with special guests Irma Thomas, Big Chief Monk and many more.

Marc Millman captured the action below.

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