Shoulda Been Jazz Fest: Part Deux Will Benefit Hurricane Ida Recovery
Oct 08 2021

Shoulda Been Jazz Fest: Part Deux Will Benefit Hurricane Ida Recovery

By: Re'gine Smith

Since last year, our beloved Jazz Fest has been canceled three times. What a drag! But no need to throw a fit; a Jazz Fest party is underway.

The Shoulda Been Jazz Fest Wine & Cheese Benefit Zoom event is happening on October 13 at 7 p.m. will directly benefit Hurricane Ida recovery for Louisiana. We know that this year has been a tough one, and most of us thought that we might not get a chance to let our hair down for the remainder of it. But this city and the people in it are tougher than the struggles that came our way this entire year. So, we have to celebrate!

Commander's Palace will broadcast the fun LIVE from the New Orleans Fairgrounds. To reserve your spot, purchase your tickets here. The Louisiana Hospitality Foundation, New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute, and Crescent City Farmers Market support hurricane relief and will benefit from the proceeds. Right now, areas that Hurricane Ida has hit are in recovery mode. Trash still needs to be eliminated, homes need repairing, and businesses have to pick back up. By participating in growing awareness for those who feel the impact, you are bound to take steps toward improving surrounding areas.

Keep in mind to keep yourself and others safe as you enjoy any festivities. Although the Shoulda Been Jazz Fest party is virtual, remember to take precautions as you go out and participate in any fun activities that come up in the city. There are opportunities for you all to go outside and enjoy what is coming up, so always have a mask on you and consider getting vaccinated. Louisiana is far from stopping everyone from having fun, but put your overall well-being first. With that being said, check out the link below to purchase your ticket for the Zoom event. Go be great and all that jazz!

Visit commanderspalace.com for more information and for tickets.

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